Monday, August 31, 2009

Bee Stripes


I LOVE THIS BEE.  He’s from our exclusive set, Hugs from a Bug.  In real life, I am very allergic to them…so for me to love a bee is HUGE.  He’s just way too cute for his own good I think.  I stamped him in Palette Noir and then bent the greeting on my block in the little arch shape.  I love that you can do that with clear stamps.  I did that on my flowerpot card too.

I colored him with the yellow, peach and silver Spica pens and layered the white panel on a Vellum Nestie Scallop Rectangle.  I rarely use vellum as a mat but I wanted the cloudy mat so that the stripes didn’t get lost behind a piece of cardstock.  (The stripes are just strips of black on a yellow base.)

I finished it off with some yellow/black gingham (perfect for bee cards!!) and some rhinestones on the corners of the white.

Pretty cute eh?

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Tammy Hershberger said...

SO cute, Kate! I love the use of vellum for the scalloped frame!

Mary said...

He is very cute!
Perfect colors.
I need to use my vellum more, I don't know why I always forget about it unless I put the image directly on it over a piece of cardstock!
"Vellum it's not for just over cardstock anymore"...tehe...sorry that was bad!LOL

Bridget said...