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Sweets Honey Bees! By Lorena Sweet Coloring

 Hello everyone! 💗

This week I'm back!
Last week I could not publish since my grandfather passed away, but I will not tell you sad things, we are here to have fun and enjoy the cardmaking!

This week I made a card with nice stamps of My Favorite Things and their cute bees, I love them!!


The stamps are Honey Bees, these bees are so small and adorable...
This time I have used my Copic Markers to give them color, I leave here the references of all the tones I have used: 
Gray tones: C7, C5, C3 - Blue tones: B02, BG01, B00 - Yellow tones:Y17, Y08, Y02

To shape the card, this time I have chosen a Mama Elephant die Frilly Window Frame, I have colored the frame with Distress Oxide ink Black Soot.

For the background of the card, I used a Honeycomb Stencil of Echo Park, with Distress Oxide ink Scattered Straw, this stencil is ideal!! 😍
To give more details to the card, I have added splashes with black ink, with the same Distress is great because they pigment a lot! And finally, I have used some details of other stamps, such as the small hearts of Odd Couple of My Favorite Things.


For the feeling I have also used a phrase from the set Honey Bees, adding a paper detail from My Favorite Things Summertime Polka Dots, these papers can never be missing, they are super basic! 😊

Do not forget to add small details to your stamps with the pen White Gelly Roll!

 

I hope you liked it, see you soon! 💗

Lorena Sweet Coloring

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