Honey Bee Stamps Fifth Anniversary Blog Hop

Honey Bee Stamps Fifth Anniversary Blog Hop

Hello friends!! Today I’m joining Honey Bee Stamps in celebrating their 5th birthday with an absolutely mind-blowingly good release and an inspiration packed two day blog hop!!

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First congratulations to Honey Bee Stamps!! They are such an incredible company and I’m so so thrilled for them!!

I have a video and a few cards to share so let’s dive right on in!! First up is a couple of cards I created with the new A2 Thin Frames Honey Cuts and the Circle Spotlight Stencils.

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Stencils & Inlaying Rotated Diecuts

Watch below or on my YouTube channel.

To create these cards I first ink blended two A2 panels of white cardstock with several inks and the Circle Spotlight Stencil. Once I finished ink blending the panels I then die cut them with the A2 Thin Frames Dies.

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Next, I adhered the frames to an A2 top-folding card base, but I turned every other frame before I adhered it.

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Once I finished adhering the frames I then die cut the letters for “hello” six times out of white cardstock using the Bee Bold Lowercase Honey Cuts. I then adhered 3 of each letter together to create 2 “hello’s”.

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Next, I stamped and heat embossed the rest of my sentiment with the Friend Stamp Set onto a gray cardstock. I then finished the cards by adhering the hellos and then the sentiment strips with foam tape.

Next is a card I created with the Flower Builder Stencil and the UnBeelievable Stamp Set which is free with a $75 purchase while supplies last.

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To create this card I first ink blended the flowers over a light yellow A2 panel with Mustard Seed Distress Oxide and the Flower Builder Stencil. Next, I ink blend the flower centers with Spiced Marmalade and the second stencil from the Flower Builder set.

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Once I finished ink blending I then stamped the bee and some flowers from the UnBEElievable Stamp Set in a brown ink onto white cardstock. I then copic colored the bee with and then cut her out with the matching die. Next, I stamped a sentiment using the UnBEElievable Stamp Set in brown and then fussy cut it out.

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I then adhered the yellow panel onto an A2 top-folding card base. I then finished the card by adhering the die cuts and sentiment with foam squares.

And that’s it! I hope you enjoyed today’s cards and video! Thank you so much for stopping by!

~Channin

Blog Hop List:

Honey Bee Stamps

Laura Bassen

Lisa Mensing

Courtney Kreeber

Carol Hintermeier

Leanne West

Becky Roberts

Channin Pelletier   <<<You are here>>>

Angelica Conrad

Lisa Cisneros

Jana Millen

Mindy Eggen

Supplies:



58 thoughts on “Honey Bee Stamps Fifth Anniversary Blog Hop

  1. Oh My Goodness!! I saw your stencil and die cut card over on Instagram and wondered how you made it. They are fantastic!!

  2. I am definitely going to watch the video when I am done with the blog hop. Your cards are incredible!

  3. Oh my! What a GREAT idea with the the frames dies! I’ve just got to try this! Beautiful! Funky cool!

  4. Your cards are awesome! I watched the video just to see how you did it. That is so creative, I definitely want to try this technique, thanks for sharing.

  5. That first card is amazing… I bet that took a while to do. But, I love all those colors and it really came out so great! Honey Bee is super fun and I wish them all happiness and success in the coming years. Thanks for hopping…

  6. Great cards! Those Forest two are so cool. They are basically one layer but it looks like each frame is raised just a little higher each time. I don’t know if it’s the inlay technique or the fact that you rotated the frames, but I like it.

  7. The rotated die cuts are fabulous! I might need that circle stencil. I love your use of the flower builder stencil.

  8. These are great cards and i like the way you rotated the die cuts! I’m sure I wouldn’t have given that a thought – and it resulted in a very creative background. Thanks for sharing!

  9. You must be spending too much time with Laura Bassen, LOL So graphic & colorful. I’m definitely gonna give this a try.

  10. The 1st card where you rotated the rectangle is just fabulous! Something I need to try. Thanks for the demos.

  11. Channin, when I first saw the rainbow card, I was thinking how in the world did she do that! Please, show a video, and voila! You did! Thanks so much! I want to give this a try. That is so cool looking!

  12. That rotated thin frame concept is crazy clever, especially when paired with the repeating rainbow! You’ve inspired me to try this! And your bee card is adorable. Thanks so much for sharing your amazing, creative talents on the hop!

  13. Such awesome cards! Thanks for sharing your technique for the inlaid card. So creative.
    Thanks for sharing.

  14. Your cards are amazing but my favorite is the Bee card!. It’s un-bee-lievably adorable.
    As soon as I saw I smiled. Happy 5th!.

  15. Oh my goodness, your colorful abstract cards are FABULOUS! Glad I watched your video to get some tips. Your Bee card is so cute. Great release!

  16. OhMyGosh…….I LOVE what you did with the alternating frame inlays!! Thank you for the video!! 🙂 I can’t wait to give that a try.

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