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How To Incorporate Shapes into your design. Using The Hexagon Thin Frames from Honey Bee Stamps.

bumbleberry papercrafts Die cutting Diecutting dies distress oxide Distress Oxides embossing Gina K Cardstock honey bee stamps Ink blending Jo Summers Tonic Nuvo Drops

Hi There All,
Hope your staying healthy, and enjoying the lovely weather. Today's card is a definitely summer inspired. Bee's are a very big part of that vibe.
Products
Honey Bee Stamps Hexagon Thin Frames
Honey Bee Stamps Honey Bee Paper Piecing Dies
Honey Bee Stamps Paper Pad
Gina K Wild Dandelion Cardstock
Lawn Fawn Black Licorice Cardstock
White Embossing Powder
Speckled Egg Distress Oxide
Tumbled Glass Distress Oxide
Black Fine Liner Pen
Black Nuvo Crystal Drops Gloss
Light Blue Alcohol Marker for Wings
White Acrylic Paint (for splatters) 
Glossy Accents (on wings) and Glitter
Method
Die Cut out of the pattern paper various sizes of hexagon frames.
Then die cut the bee's out of black and yellow card stock.
I stick my outside of the yellow bee to a piece of printer paper and then add in the black pieces one by one. Leaving the wings white, ready to add blue marker, Glossy accents and glitter.
Next I stamp out my greeting and emboss in white embossing powder.

Next I arranged the look on the card. If I would do this style again I would do the next thing before this part.


The Next stage was blending the oxide ink in specked egg and splats of tumbled glass and white acrylic.
This would be better before placing down your bees, hexagons and sentiment down.
Finally I added little black dashes from the bee,s. Then nuvo drops to finish my project.
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Thank you for popping on over
Stay Safe and Happy Stamping
Jo
xxx


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