Retro Rubber Challenge #17 part two...

Buzzing by...

Happy Monday!  June is just about over!  Can you believe it?  I cannot!  I also cannot believe that I hadn't played along with the June Reverse Confetti Sketch For You To Try yet.  So I am remedying that today!  I haven’t used my bee stamp set from RC very much so that was my choice for this challenge.  I dug out some old dsp that was bee themed to pair up with my image. RC June 1 (557x640)

I started off with a soft suede base and added the dsp – the honeycomb paper was cut with my trimmer but the bee paper was die cut with the largest RC square from the shakers n frames die.  The sentiment was stamped on cream CS and die cut and layered using the RC give thanks label die.  Then I stamped and die cut the hive and bee – both of which I colored with my color pencils. RC June 2 (640x420)

I added a bit of linen thread to “tie” everything together! 

Tomorrow starts the second week of the Retro Rubber patriotic challenge so link up your creations HERE.  Plus Wednesday I have an announcement that I am excited to share with you all!

Thanks for stopping by today!

Supplies:  CS:  SU! soft suede, PTI cream and dsp from the stash.  Stamps:  Reverse Confetti The Buzz.  Dies:  RC double edge scallop border, shakers n frames, buzz cuts, give thanks label.  Other:  SU! soft suede ink, colored pencils, and linen thread.


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Your paper choice is perfect! Awesome card!!
Thanks for playing with us at SFYTT!

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