Sunday, February 4, 2018

Sending Blessings

I love finding unusual ways to use some of my favorite stamps and dies!  I've made an elegant card that could be for a wedding or anniversary using some of my favorite Honey Bee Stamps products!

I foiled the bottom layer of the Hexagon Cover Plate die in a rose gold foil.  I used a cream colored card stock that I liked better than white to go with the foiling.


Here is an angled photo that shows all the beautiful shine!





Here are a few pics of the foiling process.  I used a double-sided adhesive on card stock to adhere the foil.
 


I really appreciate you taking a look!


Here are the supplies I used:
Honey Bee Stamps/dies:  Hexagon Cover Plate dies, Country Blooms; A2 Double-Stitched Frames; Sending You Sentiments
Other:  Heidi Swapp Rose Gold foil; I blended 2 embossing powders: Simon Says Stamp Ultra Fine Rose Gold & Sparkle N Sprinkle Copper; Bazzill vellum

3 comments:

  1. This is so striking and gorgeous, Carol! That hexagon background is amazing! I'm a sucker for metalics, especially with a floral image, so I love this to bits!! Hugs, Darnell

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  2. Wow Carol, this card is just stunning! I love the colors you chose, to me the perfect color for a wedding card. I also love the stacking/layering dies and the flowers. Like I said, just stunning! Hugs, Brenda

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  3. So very nicely done! Elegant! And stunning!

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