Have a Bee-utiful Day Anytime Card

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Honeycomb card featuring red and pink clover and the sentiment, "Have a bee-utiful day."

Have a Bee-utiful Day Anytime Card

How about a quick card to put a smile on someone’s face? This card is just plain lovely and oh so easy to make!

Papers Used in this Project

  • Kraft Card Stock
  • White Card Stock
  • Honey Yellow Card Stock

Quick Instructions for this Project

  1. First, let’s cut our card stock. Cut a piece of kraft card stock to 8 1/2″ tall by 5 1/2″ wide, score in the middle and fold. This will be your card base. Cut a piece of yellow card stock to 4 1/4″ tall by 5 1/2″ wide and emboss with honeycomb embossing folder. You’ll need a piece of white card stock.

  2. On a piece of white 5 1/2′ wide card stock, stamp the Mini White Clover Leaf in green tea, then the Tiny Red Clover Flower in pink and then again in lilac. Stamp the Tiny Crimson Clover Flower in cardinal and then again in burgundy. Stamp the Tiny Wavy Fern in pinecone. You can fill in any areas with any of the stamps that you like, first stamp then on a scrap paper then stamp in the sparse areas of your card. Now gently tear the border to the width that you like.
  3. On a piece of white card stock stamp the “have a bee-utiful day!” sentiment in bamboo leaves ink. Cut out sentiment in a circle. I did this by tracing a circle on top of the sentiment, but you could use a die or circle punch. Brush edges with bamboo leaves ink. Stamp the bees in black on another piece of white card stock, color in with a yellow pencil and fussy cut out the bees and glue to the sentiment circle.

  4. Glue the honeycomb embossed yellow paper to the kraft card stock. Glue the stamped border onto the honeycomb paper, center the sentiment, and glue it to the border. Punch corners of the card with corner rounder punch. Tie twine around card.

I hope that you enjoy creating this card and I look forward to hearing from you and learning how your card turns out. Until next time, happy stamping from all of us at Rubber Stamp Tapestry.

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