Hello there!!! I am so delighted to be a guest designer for Honey Bee Stamps today! I am over on their blog sharing three projects along with a video so I hope you’ll stop by over there and leave me some love! But I can’t leave my blog hanging so I am going to share all my projects here as well! 🙂
I chose two stamp sets to work with today: Camera Love and Country Wreath. Let’s start with the camera cards, one of which I have a video for! You can watch the video here on the blog, or over on my youtube channel in HD!
And here are a few close ups of the card! I adore all the little camera images that come in the set! I decided to pair the images with some bursts of color using the Ken Oliver Color Bursts to create this fun artsy card!
By adding Perfect Pearls to the Color Bursts powder, you get this amazing shine as a result.
I made one more similar card using the same stamp set and this time, but this time I used Liquid Metal Color Bursts and another image from the set.
See how sparkly the Liquid Metals are?
I’ve got one more card to share with you all today! I used the County Wreath stamp set for this card and created some geometric circles by using the masking technique. I die cut some of the circles from this die set onto some masking paper (you could also use thin typing paper with some temporary adhesive or a full adhesive back sticky post it) and adhered the negative space to the card panel. Then I stamped the various floral images with Versamark Ink inside the circles and then heat set it with Rose Gold embossing powder.
I added some distress inks to color in the circles. The Pink circle is Picked Raspberry and Worn Lipstick. The Purple is Seedless Preserves. And the Turquoise is Peacock Feathers and Cracked Pistachio. As a finishing touch, I flicked on some Black Texture Spray droplets and adhered a sentiment from the Camera Love stamp set.
I had such fun creating with these stamps from Honey Bee Stamps! Thanks for having me as a guest and thanks to all of you for hanging out with me!!!!! Have an awesome day!