Honey Bee Stamps Autumn Afternoon Release and Blog Hop

Honey Bee Stamps Autumn Afternoon Release and Blog Hop

Hello friends!! Today is day 2 of Honey Bee Stamps’ Autumn Afternoon Release Blog Hop and GIVEAWAY!! If you haven’t seen the first day here’s a link because I know you definitely don’t want to miss out on seeing any of the incredible inspiration!!

I have a couple cards and a VIDEO to share so let’s dive right on in! My first card features the sweet Apple Barrel Honey Cuts as well as the Blessed Honey Cuts and Stamp Set.

Blessed Apple Barrel Card

To create this card I first die cut the barrel out of textured woodgrain cardstock. I then die cut the hoops out of dark gray cardstock and then three sets of apples and leaves out of white cardstock. Next, I ink blended the barrel with Gathered Twigs Distress Ink and then the apples with several combinations of distress ink (Red: Abandoned Coral, Barn Door, Aged Mahogany; Yellow: Mustard Seed, Abandoned Coral, Tattered Straw; Green: Twisted Citron, Mowed Lawn) When I finished the apples I then ink blended the leaves in Mowed Lawn and Lucky Clover.

Next, I ink blended “blessed” die cut with the smallest die from the Blessed Honey Cuts die set in Abandoned Coral, Barn Door, and Aged Mahogany. I then adhered a leaf to each of the apples, the hoops onto the barrel and the “blessed” onto a shadow layer die cut out of white cardstock with the second largest die from the Blessed Honey Cuts die set. Next, I arranged the apples into a mound then used a piece of low-tack tape to hold them and the barrel in place, turned them all over and added foam adhesive to the backside.

I then stamped a sub-sentiment in Barn Door and Aged Mahogany using the Blessed Stamp Set then trimmed it down to a strip. Next, trimmed a sheet of pattern paper from the Hot Tropics Paper Pad down to 4 1/4″ x 5 1/2″ and then adhered it to the front of an A2 top-folding card base. Next, I removed the backing of the foam tape and adhered the apple barrel to the card front. I then adhered the “blessed” onto the barrel and then finished the card by adhering the sub-sentiment with foam adhesive.

My next card features the beautiful Sweet Sunflowers stamps and dies as well as the fun Hexi Slimline Cover Plate Top and Base!

To create this card I first stamped several sunflowers and leaves from the Sweet Sunflowers Stamp Set in Versafine Onyx Black ink onto Bristol smooth paper. I then watered colored the images in with Tombow Dual Brush Pens. Once I had finished coloring my flowers and leaves in I then die cut them with the matching dies.

Next, I die cut two slimline panels, one with the Hexi Slimline Cover Plate TOP and the other with the Hexi Slimline Cover Plate BASE. I then adhered the two together and then adhered them to the front of a Kraft slimline card base (7 1/4″ x 8 1/2″; scored at 3 5/8″).

Next, I stamped and white heat embossed a sentiment from the Sweet Sunflowers Stamp Set onto black cardstock and then die cut it with the matching die. I then adhered the flowers and leaves to the card front with either liquid glue or foam adhesive to vary the dimension and then finished the card by adhering the sentiment with foam adhesive.

BLOG HOP:

Honey Bee Stamps

Kelly Latevola

Channin Pelletier <<< You are here>>>

Lisa Mensing

Leanne West

Amy Tsuruta

Carol Hintermeier

Laura Bassen

Becky Roberts

Emily Midgett

I hope you enjoyed my cards and video! Thank you so much for stopping by!!

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51 thoughts on “Honey Bee Stamps Autumn Afternoon Release and Blog Hop

  1. Beautiful cards! I love how you ink blended the apples, blessed and the sentiment. Thank you for sharing and your inspiration!!

  2. Channin, I just knew I would love your contributions to the Honey Bee hop. I love them both, but I especially love the slim line card. The colours you chose are beautiful. Thank you for the inspiration, which I will be using when I create my cards. ❤️🧡💛

  3. The apple barrel card is too cute for words! And I love the sunflower slimline card ,especially the background die you used, it adds such great texture!

  4. LOVE these cards! You have used great coloring techniques to bring life and dimension to the images! Great job, Channin! Loved the video, too!

  5. I like the way you ink blended the little apple and put so much detail into them even though they are small and I like all the bright colors you did amazing on both of these cards

  6. Those apples look good enough to eat! Gorgeous card! Love the background on your second card. Really makes the flowers stand out.

  7. Like the barrel. Reminds me of the Barrel of Monkeys game. Like slimline card with wonderful coloring, background and flower.
    Melissa
    “Sunshine HoneyBee”

  8. I love every card that has ever had that honeycomb background die! Such a neat effect… The release has such a great autumn feel and I love that barrell of blessings! That would make a great tag on a bake sale! Beautiful flowers!

  9. The wooden barrel filled with apples looks so realistic, and your colorful sunflowers on the honeycomb backdrop is gorgeous.

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