Happy Friday! This whirlwind of a week has swiftly passed, yet I am thrilled to unveil a captivating card featuring the exquisite Honey Bee Stamps layered bells die set. Prepare to be enchanted by the meticulous toner foiling adorning the sentiment.
Carefully cutting the bell layers and bow from an array of vibrant cardstock hues, I assembled these the bells and the bow. Opting for a 5×7 card format, I seized the opportunity to showcase the pretty Christmas-themed patterned paper. Even with the addition of a lavish gold frame, I ensured that the card panel retained its allure, leaving glimpses of the embossed pattern visible.
Using the Hero Arts infinity rectangle die set, I cut the cardpanel for the card using the festive patterned paper. I used the same die to cut out a gold rectangle and then using my paper trimmer, I cut a small edge between the cutout and the edge to create a frame.
The elegant Honey Bee Stamps Bee Bold Alphabet dies took center stage as I cut out the letters J, O, and Y three times. Layering them artfully, I ensured the letters not only possessed dimension but also a robust sturdiness. Elevating the sentiment, a strip was produced using my laser printer before undergoing a transformative journey through my Mini Minc Machine, adorned with resplendent gold toner foil.
With the red card panel dry embossed, I arranged the patterned paper, gold-framed bells, and the shiny foiled sentiment to create a Christmas card, where every detail intertwines seamlessly. For your convenience, I’ve included links to the supplies used below, with a gentle reminder that these are affiliate links, allowing me a small commission without any additional cost to you.
Bee Bold Alphabet
Rectangle Infinity Dies
Tool ‘n One
Bearly Art Glue
Scrappy Tape 1/8
This card is available in my shop (mailing to US addresses only).
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