HEY FRIENDS! Are you enjoying the new Kris Lauren Meets Big & Bold Bees & Honey release by Colorado Craft Company? Well, in addition to Monday’s blog hop and giveaways (see details below), there’s one more way for you to save – FREE SHIPPING DAYS on August 17th and 18th. As always, I’ve linked supplies with compensated affiliate links used where possible at no cost to you.
And now onto today’s card!
The Honey Crock stamp set includes clear photopolymer stamps with a honey pot, a honeybee, two bee fairies, a honey dipper and dripping honey. The set includes 10 stamps: 6 images and 4 sentiments. The stamps can be used with the coordinating Honey Crock die set, sold separately.
Images were stamped on Hammermill Smooth Cardstock with Nuvo Hybrid Ink in Black Shadow and colored with Copi markers. The sentiment was stamped with Versafine Clare in Nocturne. The design paper can be found in the Black & White Stripes 6×6 Paper Pad by My Favorite Things.
Don’t forget that Colorado Craft Company is giving away a COMPLETE BUNDLE to ONE winner who uses my affiliate store link to make a purchase. You will get one entry per order and will be notified by email if you have won. AND you’re running out of time to enter the bog hop giveaway! Colorado Craft Company is hosting a giveaway on each participating blog! Simply leave a comment on Monday’s post, then the folks at Colorado Craft Company will announce the winners on their blog. You need to be on the Colorado Craft Company email list or looking at their blog to see if you won. You have until AUG 18th at midnight mountain time to post your comment below.
Hope you enjoyed today’s project! See you again soon!
COPICS: V20, R20, E000, E00, E11, E21 (skin); E53, E55, E57 (hair); V20, R20, R21, YR21, YR24, YR27, C3, C5, C7 (clothing); BG10, B000, B41, B45 (wings); YR21, YR24, YR27, C6 (bee body)
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