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Would you like some hunny?

Hey friends! Britney here with a card featuring Honey Bee Stamps Bill the Bear as one of my favorite Disney characters, Winnie the Pooh!!! My husband and I have been fans of Pooh since we were kids! The branch and bee hive are from the Birds and the Bees stamp set. I inked my background using Lawn Fawn Forget-Me-Notand Freshly Cut Grassinks and the MFT Mini Cloud and Drifts & Hills stencils. I stamped my images with Gina K Amalgam Jet Black Inkand colored my images with Copic Markers.  I finished off my images by adding some highlights with a white gel pen. I used a black glaze pen on the nose and a shimmer pen for the wings of the bees. I popped up the bear and honey pots using some foam tape and glued all the other images directly to the card base.  I added Glossy Accents to the honey drips for a little extra shine. I hope you enjoyed this card as much as I enjoyed making it. Have a wonderful day!

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