Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Hi, honey bee =]

Wow. If the cue word from CASology this week doesn't scream SUMMER! Personally, I would BEE happier if the sun would shine just a little bit today.  I know the garden needs the rain, but the tomatoes need sunshine [almost] as much as I.


 
Deepti did an amazing job with her inspiration card - go right now and check it out ... wow... by hand!  I had a little helping-hand with a Paper Smooches die, and a rolled flower die from MFT. Yes, there may be a few more Paint Chip Cards [PCC] from me this week - hope you don't mind.  My motto is "when the chips are down - create something" =]

Hope it's sunny in your yard today =]

8 comments:

Deepti said...

This is so totally brilliant, I love ur idea and ur fantastic execution :)

Deepti said...

and thank you for your kind words, you made my day :)

May Park said...

I don't mind seeing your paint chip cards! Actually I LOVE!!!! You are a paint swatch queen in card making world! LOL! Your card is so fun and creative. Way to go! Thanks so much for playing with us at CASology this week. May

icardeveryone01 said...

Oh thank you, May! To be the Queen of anything in the card making world is saying so much - especially from such a talented person as you. Hang on, because I've got a million ideas =]

hazelspaperdesigns said...

Oh Michelle! This is just fabulous! I don't know what I like more: your fantastic 'hi', your cheeky bee or the swatch work of wonder. It's all super!

Anita in France said...

Love that fantastic dimensional home for the sweet bee, Michele ... the negative die cut sentiment is fabulous with the bold black behind! Anita :)

wienerhoneymooners said...

Super fab dimensions and textures yet CAS, love the black strip not going all the way, CLEVER!!!
Thanks for joining us at CASology this week!!!!

Judy1223 said...

Wow, there are so many clever elements to this fun card! The partial black strip, the subtle dry embossing, the dimensional yellow flower die cut with the bee popped up...all so cute and fun! Thanks for joining us at CASology this week!