Monday, August 4, 2014

Snowflake and Honeycomb

Hello everyone:

A quick share, 3rd card created for Virginia's View Challenge #6 - Shape card.



And I am also linking up to A Blog Named Hero's Challenge #49 - Die A Little.

My card:


Products used:
Hero Arts Frame Cut (Large Snowflake -DI044)
Memory Box Texture Honey Comb Stencil (88521)
Hero Arts Clear Stamp (Say It All - CL574)
Ranger Distress Ink (Wild Honey)
Memento Dye Ink (Tuxedo Black)
Mermories Dye Ink (Mango)
Homemade embossing paste

Thanks for stopping by!  Be Happy!!  :)

15 comments:

Niki G said...

Wow, you're on a role with these fabulous shaped cards! Love this one with those sweet detailed bees.

Robin K. said...

This is so clever bad cute Cindy!!

Virginia Lu said...

GREAT job on this shape card with the hexagon theme, Cindy! The stenciled hexagons are lovely and the little bees are darling in this! So glad that you join the fun over Virginia’s View Shape Card Challenge!

rebekah weckerly said...

Very Cool and creative!! Love your card!!

Nancy K said...

oh wow, Cindy, that is such a clever design for a shaped card! loving the honeycomb texture, just so beautiful!

Julie C. said...

Wow! This shape card is cute, especially those little bees! I love how you used embossing paste to create the honeycomb. I really should try embossing paste one day! It looks great!

Clare said...

This is ADORABLE! Love how you made your own embossing paste (I need to check that out) and the coloring on them! And those little bees are so sweet!

Julia Aston said...

what a clever idea to use a snowflake as a honeycomb - this looks awesome with those tiny bees!

Angi Barrs said...

This is so clever! You are so creative! Love your card!

Annette Allen said...

oh my this is so incredibly cute.. i love it.. great job

Brenda said...

Oh Cindy! How beautiful, so full of texture! Absolutely gorgeous!

Jacqueline said...

This is absolutely fabulous - a winner in my book!

Petti said...

Great pair of snowflake shape card with bee theme! And homemade embossing paste? Now I'm really curious!

Karen L K said...

So cute and so darn clever!!

fairyrocks said...

This is genius, love how you used something meant for another season and knocked it out of the bee hive!!!