Bee Blessings for TSOT367!

Hello and Welcome Back!

Today’s Card is for a Sketch Challenge from

Try Stampin’ on Tuesday (TSOT) #367


Here is the Challenge!

TSOT367 Metallic Accents

Optional Theme: Metallic Accents


Here is my Card!


I used the retired Brights Enamel Dots (which are metal) in Always Artichoke, retired (very close to Mossy Meadow, returning In-Color to the Regals Collection)


Here is the inside of my Card!


Love those bees! I colored them in with Crushed Curry.

Stock and Measures:


Mossy Meadow-base, 8 1/2″ x 5 1/2″ scored @ 4 1/4″ fold in half on the score

Crushed Curry-front panel 4″ x 5 1/5″

Vellum Cardstock-for the leaves


Share What You Love-strip under greeting and ribbon

Stamp Set:

Very Vintage-greeting, greeting frame, inside sentiment, bees on front and inside


Memento Tuxedo Black-greeting, bees on front and inside

Mossy Meadow-greeting frame, inside sentiment

Stampin’ Write Marker:

Crushed Curry-to color in the bees


Big Shot-die cutting machine

Hexagons Dynamic Textured Impressions Embossing Folder (TIEF)-front panel

Leaf Punch-vellum leaves on front


Stitched Satin Ribbon-Mossy Meadow-under greeting on top of DSP strip


Here is my Card again!


I am VERY HAPPY to see that Mossy Meadow returned!

My personal favorite! It is a beautiful green!

How are you liking the Returning Colors? The New Colors?

Let me know!

Until the next Post…Blessings and Love to you ALL!

4 thoughts on “Bee Blessings for TSOT367!”

  1. SO gorgeous – you have really nailed a sophiticated combo of textures and papers here – just lovely! I need to use the honeycomb DEF more, I think, lol. Thanks so much for playing at TSOT!

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