Hexagon Backgrounds are one of my favorite things, especially with the Honey Bee Stamps Top Plate, Middle Plate, and Base Plate. The Gemini Die Cutting Machine makes die cutting the layers a breeze! I can't recommend it enough for detailed dies like these!
Today's cards are inspired by the following color combination:
The backgrounds were die cut from Lawn Fawn Ballet Slippers, Guava, and Raspberry Cardstock using the Honey Bee Stamps Top Plate, Middle Plate, and Base Plate. The dies were stacked and adhered one on top of another and backed with Simon Says Stamp Cream Off Cardstock.
Greetings were die cut from Mint Cardstock using the Hooray Dies, Birthday Cheer Dies, and Foxy Sentiments Dies. I die cut the greetings twice and adhered them one on top of another for a bit more of a substantial look and feel. The shadow for each was die cut from vellum. The mint greetings were adhered on the vellum shadows as shown and adhered to each background as shown.
Additional greetings from the Foxy Sentiments Stamp Set were stamped on vellum using embossing ink, heat embossed with white embossing powder, and trimmed into strips before being adhered to the hexagon backgrounds.
Honey Bee Be Mine Candy Hearts were adhered to the end of each strip to hide adhesive.
The foxes and hearts from the Feelin' Foxy Stamp Set were stamped on smooth white cardstock using Jet Black Ink, colored in with Copic Markers, and die cut with the coordinating dies before being adhered to each card as shown.
The hearts and die cut greeting on each card were finished with a layer of White Blizzard Nuvo Crystal Drops for a sparkly finish!
V I D E O T U T O R I A L
Watch the creation of these three feelin' foxy cards from start to finish below or click HERE to watch in HD:
S U P P L I E S
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