Bee kind

Using the smaller or not the main stamp in a set…

I recently picked up Stampendous Bee Kind set. I cannot wait to tackle the big bee and flower image, but in the mean time I whipped up a couple of these quick cards using the small flower stamp. It looks like a hyacinth to me, but maybe because I have one starting to bloom on my kitchen counter.

Deciding I needed a break from Copic (for the day) I colored this up with Prismacolor Pencils on Kraft paper. My image was stamped in Versafine and heat embossed in clear.

Needing some sympathy cards and some general cards I used thinking of you as my sentiment. This way I can use it for both.

All my stamping was done in versafine and heat embossed with clear, including the fun border.

Prismacolor Pencil List

  • Leaves: 908 Dk Green, 9809 Grade Green, 910 True Green
  • Flower: 132 Dioazine Purple, 1007 Imperial Violet, 1026 Greyed Lavender

Card Details:

  • Card base of opaque white 120lb
  • Boysenberry layer cut with rectangle doe, adhered with 1/4 inch double side adhesive and fun foam
  • Border and image stamped on Kraft, colored with Prismacolor Pencils, cut with deckle die, adhered with tape runner
  • Sentiment stamped on Kraft with versafine and heat embossed with clear powder, cut sentiment strip, adhered with foam squares
  • Nuvo Crystal drops in Crushed Grape added to upper right hand corner, prism gem added to sentiment strip
  • Envelope embellished with 6 inch double side adhesive and purple patterned paper

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1 year ago

What an adorable card! Simple, yet very elegant! I love the colors too! Thanks for sharing!