honey bee stamps

CAS birthday card | Honey Bee Stamps

Happy Wednesday! Tomorrow is Eid, so I got TONS to do popping in with a quick birthday card with minimum coloring!

To create this card, I stared by die cutting an ombre purple sheet from the Playful Pastels paper pad with the Quatrefoil A2 Cover Plate – Top. I adhered it to an A2 top folding notecard, added stacked diecuts from the Bitty Buzzwords die set, cut from black card stock. Lastly I accented the card with some floral images from the Fancy Frosting stamp set, that I colored but hadn’t previously used!

I’ve recently been loving making quick and easy CAS cards, I hope that you are enjoying them too!

Happy Crafting!
Farhana

honey bee stamps

Spring Bliss Release Sneak Peak Day 2 | Honey Bee Stamps

Good Morning and welcome to day 2 of Sneak Peaks for the Spring Bliss release from Honey Bee Stamps.

Today I’m sharing a card with the new Quatrefoil A2 cover plates – top and base. I love using cover dies, they add dimension to your card and are also an easy way to make a quick card, like I did here!

I started by die cutting both the top and base of the Quatrefoil A2 cover plates from white cardstock. Before stacking them, I used distress oxides (in spun sugar, festive berries, scattered straw, cracked pistachio, tumbled glass, shaded lilac) to create a rainbow background.

To finish of the card, I embossed a sentiment in gold from the Spring Joy Bouquet stamp set on to black cards stock.

Thanks for stopping by! Make sure to head on over to Instagram for more inspiration!

Happy Crafting!
Farhana

honey bee stamps

Rainbow 2 for 1 card | Honey Bee Stamps

Hey there for the third time today! If this the first post you are seeing on here, then take a minute to check out my BRI Mood Board inspired card for Butterfly Reflections Ink and don’t forget to enter the giveaway for Newton’s Nook Reveal week!

Now for this fun pair of rainbow cards, I love it when I can make multiple cards at the same time using a handful of supplies!

If you haven’t figured it out by now, I love rainbows! To create these cards, I started by inking up an A2 panel of white cardstock. I inked it up using blending brushes and distress oxide inks (picked raspberry, festive berries, ripe persimmon, squeezed lemonade, twisted citron, salty ocean, wilted violet). I diecut the rainbow panel using the Whimsical Hearts A2 Cover Plate. I adhered the negative pieces (the hearts) to a white card base, using the positive die cut panel as a guide. For the second card, I adhered the panel to a black card base. I finished off both cards with embossed sentiments from the Pickup Lines stamp set.

Which one is your favorite? I can’t choose!

Happy crafting!
Farhana