Monday, April 15, 2019

Hello Beautiful | Honey Bee Stamps Happy BEE Day Release Preview

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Happy Monday!!!

If you haven't been able to tell by now, I fill you in... I love rainbows! The rainbow palette has always been a favorite of mine and is why I love using it so much in my cards. Yesterday, I shared a rainbow card and today is a new day so here is some more rainbow inspiration for Day 2 of Sneak Previews.


For this card, I began by blending out the rainbow arches from the RAINBOW WISHES STENCIL onto Bristol paper using distress oxide inks. I also lightly blended tumbled glass towards the bottom of the paper. I then used a DECKLE EDGE FRAME to die cut the panel.

Onto the card base and the bottom of the rainbow, I added a few glimmer paste clouds using the clouds from the RAINBOW WISHES STENCILS.

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The Hello Beautiful sentiment comes from the THANKS A BUNCH stamp set and then I used coordinating DIES to cut the sentiment out.

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To finish off the card I added a few AURORA LIGHTS Confetti sequins to look like drops of rain beneath the clouds.

Honey Bee Stamps will be doing Daily Giveaways on their BLOG, so I strongly encourage you to stop by daily this week 😉 Plus, you'll get to see more inspiration and Sneak Previews from the rest of the Design Team.

Purchases of $35 get a free bee stamp.  Purchases of $75 get the free bee stamp and die.  Purchases of $100 or more get the free bee stamp, die AND the bee enamel pin. The enamel pins are not available for sale. Only a gift with purchase!

New Release Products will be available for Purchase this Thursday at midnight CST.

Thank you for stopping by and see you all tomorrow for Day 3 Sneaks!
Happy Crafting 👋


  1. Ahhh...Loving that rainbow! Beautiful work!

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