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Welcome to the Bee Happy Blog Hop!
We are buzzing with joy!! It's Spring, the birds are singing and the bees are buzzing! So happy you decided to join us in this fun bee themed blog hop today!
You should have buzzed on over from Janet's bee hive. If not the Queen bee is Connie Can Crop and she is the first stop in this hop. This is a one day blog hop and we would really appreciate it if you could leave a comment for all of these amazing crafters.
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What do you need to do to win? Easy... become a follower of each of the fabulous blogs in this hop and leave each of them a comment letting them know what you like best about their projects. You will have until 10 pm Sunday to finish the hop and leave your comments. Winner will be announced on Wednesday 4/20/16 at Connie Can Crop. Be sure to follow everyone and leave a comment along the way!
My first card is fairly simple. I used my Cricut Explore to cut out the honey comb shapes on a piece of patterned paper. All of the papers used for this card are digital and printed on my HP Printer. The sentiment is hard to read but it says, “Just buzzin’ in to say hope you have a Happy Birthday”. I added a few buzzing bees to the card to complete it.
My second card was also created using digital papers. I also cut the honeycomb shapes with my Cricut Explore and used the inlaid technique from the last hop to add the black border around them. I finished it off by adding some buzzing bees and a sentiment to the inside of the middle honeycomb.
The last card is doing double duty. I created it for my Shaker Hop (also today) but used a bee theme to go with this hop. I used some new Color Splash Resist Paper and Watercolor Crayons that I added to my stash this month. I still have a lot of work to do figuring out how to use these items but I think it turned out fairly well. I cut the mason jar shape with my Cricut Explore and added some dripping honey and a lid (both also cut with the Explore). Added the cute little bee and sentiment and this card was finished.
I hope you enjoyed all my cards today. Up next is the amazing and talented Theresa!
Here is our line up in case you get lost: