WT443 ~ The Smallest Seed ~
Good morning! I'm so happy you could stop by! Today, I have a challenge card to share. The weekly Ways To Use It challenge at Splitcoast features honey. I had no idea it is National Honey Month! I love honey and eat it any chance I get. I found out just recently that honey can taste different in various regions of the country. Apparently, the flowers/pollens available in a geographic area determine the taste of the honey! How cool is that? Does that mean a top notch scientist can determine where a particular honey comes from by analyzing its makeup? Hmmmm... If anyone knows the answer, I would LOVE to know!!!!
While I wait for the answer, I will share a fun "bee"utiful card! Sorry! I just had to do that! :-) Can you "bee"live it? STOP!!!!!
The card base is yellow card stock with a layer of black. I embossed the top and bottom of my sentiment panel with a honeycomb EF. The tiny "bee" is an image stamped from Our Daily Bread Designs' Simple Things set. I fussy cut it and added it directly to the panel with dimensional foam. A bit of glitter glue added to his wings finishes him off. Super easy!
Here are the supplies you will need...
Our Daily Bread Designs' Simple Things
and the September release Apples for your sentiment
Embossing Folder - Cuttlebug - Honeycomb
Inks - Versafine - Onyx Black
Papers - Bazzill, Georgia Pacific
Misc. - ScorPal, Stickles Diamond