Hi Crafty Friends! I’m so happy to be Guest Designer for the new Honey Bee Stamp release.
We are having a fun Blog Hop to celebrate the Holiday Cheer Inspiration Week! We will be giving away a $100 Gift Card to one lucky winner! Keep reading for details on how to enter to win this fabulous giveaway.
Comment along each of the Design Team member’s blog posts for a chance to win the $100 gift card (One comment per blog)
Winners will be chosen randomly from all comments! You have until Saturday 11/7 to leave comments. Winners will be posted on the honeybee blog on 11/8.
You have come here from the amazing and super talented “Jenny Hall”. This is the last stop from the blog hop.
If you haven’t see all the creations from the Design Team start all over from the „Honey Bee Stamps Blog„ post and check them all out and of course don’t forget to comment.
If you get lost along the way here is the lineup!
Daniel Diaz <– You are here
So now that you got all the information for the Blog Hop, lets jump over to the cards I made using some of the products from the new Honey Bee Stamps release.
To begin, I die cut the wreath twice to get some dimension. Before I adhere them together I used a piece of acetate and put it just in between of the two wreaths. We need the piece of acetate as shaker window.
I used the coordinating dies to die cut all the pieces.
To give it some shine, I heat embossed a white panel using WOW! Embossing glitter (Deck the Halls). I then die cut some pines from that panel.
I also die cut the holly and the berrys twice in a more brighter green then the wreath.
To finish my christmas wreath, I adhere all the pieces on it using Gina K Connect Glue.
For the background I die cut a sheet of heavyweight navy cardstock into an A2 panel. I used both of the sentiments in the set and heat embossed them using WOW! Metallic Gold Rich embossing powder. (I’m also obsessed with this shiny gold powder). To finish the background I sprinkled some Gold watercolor on it to give it more shine.
To finish the card I used a double layer of foam tape just around the wreath . For the shaker I used some silver and blue sequins and some shiny stars. I have put all the sequins and the stars on top of the „Wishing you a very“ sentiment, to have them all centered, so that I could adhere the wreath above it.
And that’s it my crafty friends, now we got a very shiny and bright Christmas shaker card.
Don’t forget to leave a comment in the COMMENT SECTION below for a chance to win a $100.00 gift card. Good luck and have fun hopping along with us for more inspiration projects as well as more chances to win.
Thanks again for stopping by and hope to see you soon here on my blog.