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Wednesday, January 26, 2022

CASC&S454 Hexagon Bee

Happy midweek, peeps!  My card today uses the sketch from CAS Colours & Sketches, created by my friend and teammate, Joanne:


I really love the prints and warm colors of this particular piece of the Heart & Home DSP collection; in fact, both sides of this piece were used for my card.  The print flips to this cool diagonal woodgrain design! 


I used my Stamparatus to get a good impression of this sweet sentiment from Free as a Bird, stamped in Memento Black, and I added a little scrap of Pale Papaya left over from panel that was diecut with a Stitched Rectangle die. The slim cut worked perfectly:


I used a retired Hexagon punch to punch out a piece of Cinnamon Cider cardstock and ran it through the Timeworn Type EF, sponged it a little bit and adhered it to a piece of Basic Gray, then trimmed it down to create a little mat,  I fussy-cut a little bee from a scrap of the same DSP, then popped it up on the hexagon:


You can't see it but the bee's wings have a brush of Wink of Stella too...so pretty in real life!  Thanks for popping in today!

I took a walk out in our woods on Sunday and as I went over the little bridge that spans the creek behind our property, I saw these icy designs along the edges:




They look eerie, yet beautiful!  Enjoy your day and be blessed!

"There is no wisdom, no insight, no plan that can succeed against the Lord."  Proverbs 21:30

Project Details—All Products SU! Unless Otherwise Specified
Stamps Free as a Bird
Card stock & Papers     Basic White, Pale Papaya, Cinnamon Cider, Basic Gray, Heart & Home DSP
 Ink Memento Black, Crumb Cake (for sponging)
Accessories Dimensionals
Tools     Big Shot, Stitched Rectangle Dies, Timeworn Type Embossing Folder, Hexagon Punch (ret), Wink of Stella, Sponge Dauber

10 comments:

Denise Willerton said...

super sweet card LeAnne ~ I LOVE this DSP...and the embossed Hexagon is so perfect for the backdrop for the bee!! ((hugs))

I Card Everyone said...

BEE u tiful card - there's that fabric-looking dsp again!
That ice is eery looking but mesmerizing too!
=]

Vicky Hayes said...

What a beautiful paper that is LeAnne and perfect for your bee themed card! I love how nature comes up with new beauties to amaze us with! Vicky x

Linda Callahan said...

Oh that DSP..perfect! So pretty!

Bonnie said...

Such pretty paper and this sweet bee looks perfect on this embossed hexagon! The ice designs are amazing! You find the best treasures on your walks!

Lisa Elton said...

I like the warm tones of the DP, this is pretty! Isn't nature amazing. The ice is a little spooky looking, but amazing!

Patricia said...

I was not going to get this set, but I love that paper so much I may have to. Your card is gorgeous. Love the little strip of Pale Papaya on it.
Almost more than your card, though I love your photos of the ice! Those are some awesome patterns you captured.

Joanne James - The Crafty Owl said...

I love the warm tones of that bee paper LeAnne and your bee on the textured panel as a focal point is fabulous! Thanks for playing along with my sketch challenge over at CAS Colours & Sketches this week!

C├ęcile RIBON said...

What a pretty card, LeAnne! This DSP looks fabulous and adding the pale papaya trim between the 2 patterns was a brilliant idea. Thanks so much for joining us at CC&S this week.

YoonYoung Kim said...

So sweet card, LeAnne. Nice combo of hexagon shape and bee. Thank you for playing along with CC&S challenge.