Here’s my card using the stamp set:
I stamped the image on some Neenah solar white card stock and colored the images in with my Spectrum Noir and Copic alcohol markers. I used the Citrus Blend for the yellow and blended it with the Coral TriBlend marker to create a deeper shadow.
I used a (D.I.Y.) patterned paper for the background that I adhered on an A2-size card base. This D.I.Y. patterned paper is just in my stash of ready-to-use backgrounds. I made it by using some stamps from an old craft magazine that I purchased awhile back. Sometimes when I have some free time, I stamp images on Neenah solar white to create my own patterned paper.
I die-cut the hexagon piece using an old die from my stash and I used my Copic marker to color it so that it matches the bee. I adhered this piece on an oval-shaped white card stock to add more texture to the card, without overwhelming the whole card design.
I adhered the bee with some foam adhesive to add more dimension. To finish my design, I added the enamel hearts from Doodlebug and stamped the sentiment from the Perfectly Blended stamp set. Here’s a closer look at the card:
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