Honeybee Home

Stampin Up Honeybee Home

There are so many wonderful new bundles in the 2022 January – June Mini Catalog that it took me a long time to decide what to get.  To make it a little easier on me, I just decided to get everything I wanted.  It wasn’t great for my budget but it made me happy (which counts as very important, don’t you think?).

Honeybee Home was one of those bundles I wanted right away.  I have to say I have a thing about bees.  They like to sting my feet and boy, do they hurt!  I can’t wear flip flops at the cottage anymore because we have so much clover that the bees hide inside it and inevitably ended up having a bee fly between the bottom of the flip flop and my toes.  It happens every summer.  For some crazy reason I still love paper bees.  They are cute and make great cards.

The Honeybee Home bundle includes the stamp set with the same name and coordinating dies called Honeybee Blooms.  Stampin’ Up!® also offers an embossing folder called Hive.  These products work so well together.  To make this card I first embossed a piece of 4″ x 5.25″ piece of Basic White card stock using the Hive Embossing Folder.  Then I cut out a circle using the Layering Circles dies in Bumble Bee card stock (appropriately named) and embossed that with the folder too.  I stamped the flowers and the bees in Memento Black Ink and colored the flower using my Stampin’ Up!® Blends in Fresh Freesia and Old Olive and the bees using my Bumble Bee Stampin Write Marker.  I adhered it all onto a Bumble Bee card base.

The last thing I did was stamp the sentiment from the stamp set called Sweet As a Peach in Versamark Ink and heat embossed it using White Embossing Powder and my Heat Tool.

The Honeybee Bundle is actually part of the Heart & Home Suite that includes another bundle called Blessings Of Home, lots of different embellishments and some beautiful Designer Series Paper.

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3 thoughts on “Honeybee Home

  1. Susan, this is such a perfect card. The elements are perfectly placed. Lots of texture. Beautiful color combination. And yes, HAPPY trumps budget


  2. Happy always beats budget! 😉 This honeycomb embossing folder is amazing – at first I thought it was a die cut. Great layout on this card – and paper bees are pretty much the only ones I like, too.


  3. This is beautiful, Susan! I love the embossed circle, and the flowers and bees are so perfect. They make me yearn for spring. (I’m over the snow already!) I went for budget this time, and I’m not as happy.


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