I have a twofer challenge entry to share with you today, with their theme of critters. The stamp and die-cuts are used for both cards to give very different results.
The second card I used a heavily patterned base - stamped the bee coming out from the flower and then used the words from the die-cut separately to make a different sentiment, this time cut on white wood grain.
These would both be suitable for INTAAS #67 Things with wings challenge and CCEE1937 Honey Month.
TheLibraryChallenge #41 Readers choice - with this book
Alphabet challenge - M for Masculine
SimonSaysMonday - Stamp It
My Blog As I do Rodos
Both great cards love the little CAS Bee one-love the pic-even Nature queues lolReplyDelete
Great cards! Thank you for joining us at The Alphabet Challenge. Sian (DT).ReplyDelete
Your flying bee is so cute on both your cards, Tinz, whether mostly white or brilliantly patterned! Love the bright yellow on that flower! Thank you for sharing and thank you so much for playing in Twofer Card Challenge #20! Hugs, DarnellReplyDelete
So fun to see how different a stamp can look on white versus bright patterned paper! Both cards are wonderful! Thanks for joining in the fun with us at the Twofer Card Challenge!ReplyDelete
Very cute card! Thank you for playing in my masculine challenge at the Alphabet Challenge and hope you can join us again soon.ReplyDelete
Love seeing your two bee cards and all your creative ideas.Thanks for joining The Library.ReplyDelete
Such a cute little bee, Tinz ... fabulous in all that glorious white space ... and so fun against the vibrant, full-of-energy pp! Thanks so much for playing along with us at Twofer! Anita :)ReplyDelete
Your cards are just darling. Love the bee stamp, and the little book is beautiful.ReplyDelete
Thank you for joining our challenge at international art and Soul.
Debbie DT member