Busy Bees – quick card

Hi everyone,

I hope your week is going well. We have visitors arriving on Friday so I have just been giving everything a bit of a clean….like you do.  Just started on my craft room. How do they get in such a mess!? I really do have to have sort out and maybe be a bit brutal and throw things away or at least put some stuff in the attic  😉

Today, I would like to share a quick little card using the The Butterfly Mornings and Wildflower Afternoons stamp set again.



I stamped the bees using black staz-on onto coated card stock and then using Distress inks, stenciled the honeycomb pattern. I coloured the bees and stamped the “whispers”.  To finish, I mat and layered as seen using CI pretty papers.

Crafty Individuals stamps used: Butterfly Mornings and Wildflower Afternoons CI 410.
Crafty Individuals Pretty Papers: Weekend in Seville Book 8

Thank you for looking.

Take care,

Flo x


  1. belocchio

    Bees beautiful bees. In a perfect world I would send this card to the hard working bees in my wild flower garden. They are beyond perfect. They are perfect for this sweet, thoughtful bee card. Cheers Virginia

  2. Pat

    These bees look so realistic Florence and love the soft pretty yellow for the honeycombe and the CI paper is beautiful on the cream card. A gorgeous card. x

  3. Marianne

    I like birds and bees.They are happy little things and bring that out in me and so do your creations. We don’t see bees much any more around my neck of the woods…they aren’t thriving so well. I pray, by God’s grace, they make a honey of a comeback soon. One of my friends and I have been sending cards to each in between our getting together for coffee or tea. She only lives in the next town over, but it’s so nice to revive the card and not giving through the mail. Your cards are perfect for that. Thank you for sharing your lovely creations, my sweet friend.

    Marianne xox

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