SSS Wednesday Challenge: Honey Bee Stamps For A Child

Hello hello crafty friends. It’s time for a new Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge. This week it is all about projects For A Child. We are featuring prouducts by Honey Bee Stamps. You don’t have to use them to join in but if you do, we would love to see you use them.

Today I will be sharing how I made a very fun birthday card for a girl. So let’s get started.

First, I got my Honey Bee Balloon Card Borders die set and I ran it through my Big Shot using 3 different shades of pink from Simon Says Stamp. Once I got my die cut pieces, I arranged them on a piece of Dooglebug Gingham/Linen rainbow petite cardstock which I trimmed down smaller than an A2 size panel. I glued them after I arranged them. Make sure you place your sentiment before you adhere your balloons on your panel.

I made sure my Honey Bee Birthday Clear Stamp was mapped out before I placed my balloons. I inked up the large birthday sentiment using SSS Intense Black in and stamped it on my panel. I also stamped out the other sentiments above and below. I used SSS Silver Glitter Cardstock on the bows on the balloons and finished it off with some pearls from Little Things from Lucy.

That’s it. Super fun and easy card for a sweet little girls birthday. Thank you for stopping by. The products I used for this project and were I purchased them are listed below. All you have to do is click on the image and go shopping. I can’t wait to see what you create for today’s challenge.

See you next time!.

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3 Replies to “SSS Wednesday Challenge: Honey Bee Stamps For A Child”

  1. Gorgeous card Sidnie 🙂 the big birthday sentiment is fabulous and I love the pink with the sparkly silver bows, very cute 🙂

    Hope you have a great weekend
    Lols x x x

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