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It seems we always have something to celebrate in our house. With five kids, 12 grandkids and two great-grandbabes, there is a birthday nearly every month! Then there are about a dozen other celebrations during the year, including Valentine's Day, Mother's and Father's days, Easter, and Christmas to name a few.
A few days ago, I saw a video by Jacqueline Paech in Australia where she showed how to make an awesome card. I loved it and decided to use it to make a couple of cards for the hop this month.
I love the bee and dragonfly stamp and die sets we now have! I am not a bug fan but these are two that I love to watch! I sit under my maple tree in the summer just to watch the honey bees in the flowers (yes, maple trees have flowers). The dragonflies dart all over catching mosquitoes so I have no problem with them hanging around!
I coloured the bee with our Shin Han marker and added some Diamond Stickles over the body for a bit of bling. I love how it turned out! The flower is from the Celebrate Today sticker sheet. I sprinkled baby powder on the sticky side to get rid of the sticky first then used my ATG to put adhesive on only one half of it.
I used a sentiment from the Keep Your Head Up stamp that Close to my Heart made to help with the Australia bushfire relief effort. I have a few more projects I will be using this stamp set for - I love the heart! - but those are for another month. :-)
The supplies used are:
W1202 - Keep Your Head Up
D1653 - Happy Everything
Charcoal, Heather, and Bluebird inks
Sapphire, Pixie, and White daisy cardstock
Silver Glitter Gems
That is it for me this month. Please leave a note as you hop through as we all love to hear your comments, whether it is to ask for information about the product used or to get help with a technique. Come back and join us next month for more great artwork.
Now head on over to Valerie's blog for some more Celebrate Today artwork.