Hi there stampers! Today we have lots of wonderful projects to show you using the Buzzing Bees Stamp Set! This set includes bees, flowers, honeycomb and some punt sentiments that are fun to use for your cards and projects!
Let’s take a look at how these stamps can be used:
For this card, Rachel stamped the sentiment onto card stock and punched out with a 2” circle punch. The bees were stamped and trimmed with scissors. The Honeycomb Background Stamp was stamped with Buttercup Archival Ink and sprayed over the top lightly with Pure Sunshine Dylusions Ink Spray and Shimmer Spray.
Connie has also combined the Buzzing Bees Stamp Set with the Honeycomb Background Stamp. Here is her second card:
Anna-Karin has created a beautiful art journal page using the Buzzing Bees Stamp Set! Look at all that texture! Read the full tutorial here.
Godelieve has created a sweet card by stamping with Distress Markers. Read more about this card here.
This next project by Godelieve shows how you can use the Buzzing Bees Stamp Set with photos in a planner! It’s a stunning project and works so well with the photograph of Godelieve’s insect hotel in her garden! What a great idea!
Here’s a closer look so you can see all the little stamped bees. You can read more about this project here.
This next project by Godelieve is in a black and white theme and includes a tag inside a card.
A fun way to add an interactive element to your card! Read more about how this was created here.
Belinda used Spiced Marmalade and Wild Honey Distress Inks to create the fabulous colours on her cards! They work so well with these stamps!!
Here’s an art journal page from Belinda using the Buzzing Bees with an assortment of other stamps! Its great how stamps can be combined together to create a fun page like this! You can read more about this art journal page and Belinda’s cards on her blog here.
Suzz Czosek has created a beautiful series of cards and ATC’s using a white and Kraft palette. It’s a stunning combination! Take a look at her other projects:
Suzz has such a great flair for using splattered to give that final touch too! You can read about Suzz’s cards here.
If you’d like to see more projects from this stamp set, check out the Pinterest Board!
Thanks for stopping by the blog today!