Bee Thankful…The Groundhog said Spring is coming!

I, for one am Thankful for the lovely weather in Maryland the last few days. Because I am also Thankful for the most adorable puppy we adopted two weeks ago! Now you know what I have been up to, other than coloring and creating cards.

Meet Finn:

Lulu, Vivie and Finn in front.

Since being Thankful I thought I would make a card featuring Stampin’ Up!’s Bee Thankful.  I plan to send one to our local ASPCA where we adopted Finn. This stamp is cute, cheerful and can be colored many ways.  I chose some Spring colors  for today, Flirty Flamingo and Pineapple Punch.

I shaded the words using only one marker, gave it a solid color the added some shade, went over the whole thing again and added highlight with the white gel pen. To get the white dots on my dry embossed Flirty Flamingo I used the same white gel pen and made big dots.  Then I fussy cut the whole thing. YES! I did it by hand and not in the Scan N Cut.  

Here is a list of the supplies I used:

Stopping by, please leave me a comment and let me know you were here.

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Jill Killeen
4 years ago

Thank You so much!

Christine Eck
4 years ago

This is fantastic! Bright, bold, and beautiful!

Jill Killeen
4 years ago

Thanks Nancy! I love that folder but it just needed something! The Furkids say THANKS!

Jill Killeen
4 years ago

This is my second go around with the stamp! I did Rainbow before. I can guarantee you will be seeing more of Finn and his sisters!

Nancy Farrell
4 years ago

Great job on the card. I knew you would have that "bee" stamp. Love the tufting EF with the accents. Your fur-babies are great.
Have a blessed day.

Susan Itell
4 years ago

Adorable all the way around! We look forward to watch Mr. Finn grow up to be a BIG BOY!!! I adore that THANKS stamps….I can remember when I did my first look-through in the catalog, it was on my "A LIST"