My day started with a minus 6C temperature so I decided that there is no other way to go than bright and sunny - using the Layers of Color New Release Honeysweet art stamp set!
Who doesn't love Bumble Bees - they are the cutest little things - you know aerodynamically they should not be able to fly - they also have to be home before dark otherwise they cannot generate enough body heat to fly - and how do I know this.....in New Zealand we have Bumble Bees and my Mum was always telling us facts about them as we grew up - she loves them and we all grew up loving them.
This set has so many adorable images - this one coordinates with the Spellbinders Labels 18 - doesn't that make it easy! I have used the Grand Calibur to cut it out - I love the crisp lines that the Grand Calibur always gives.
I have stamped the bee separately and popped up its wings, adding a little Kindy Glitz for some shimmer.
My satin bow has been tied with the Bow-Easy and the divine bling is from my friend Gunn in a gorgeous RAK - I have been saving this for the right card - and this is it!!
You can see the gorgeous DP from DCWV's La Creme Stack.
This card is for the following challenges:
Clear It Out! - Use Old Supplies - Anything Goes - old DP
Creative Card Crew - Animal antics
Deep Ocean Challenge - Ribbons
Karen's Doodles Netherlands - Anything Goes
Partytime Tuesdays - Anything goes
Use It Tuesdays - Use Two Hoarded Items - Ribbon and DP
Make it Monday - Anything goes
Simon Says Stamp and Show... - Anything goes
Stamps & Fun = Creativity - no sentiment
Lollipop Crafts - July challenge - Anything goes
2 Sisters - Anything Goes
Little Claire's - Things With Wings
Amber's Crafts and Stuff - 1E - #20 patterned paper
Crafts and Me - ribbon
Paper Shelter Challenge - anything goes
You can see more of my projects in my Layers of Color Gallery, while you are there make sure you check out the other Design Team galleries there is so much inspiration waiting to be discovered, we are thrilled that Layers of Color is a Spellbinders Preferred Product Partner.