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A Bunch of Bees!

This week's DRS Designs Challenge Theme is Birds & Bees.  How fun is that? 

Since the DRS Bitsy Bee is one of my favorite images, I stamped a bunch of them, fussy cut them,  and formed a "B" with them.  Next, I added a little part of the Its Spring...Be Happy! sentiment - I trimmed off all but the very end.  Super easy - the only hard part was waiting for the Stickles on their wings to dry.


Today, I have last minute preparations for Allie's wedding on Saturday.  She tried on the dress after alterations last night and I felt like I was going to bust from  pride.  She looked like a princess! 

Hope you will join us in the DRS Challenge this week - bring on birds and bees!

Hugz

Comments

  1. A brilliant card Nancy, such a clever idea and fabulous design.
    I hope everyone has a wonderful day on Saturday.
    Pauline
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  2. Wow that is a lot of bees to stamp color Stickle and fussy cut, especially cut, but all that work turned into one amazing card. I just adore it. So happy for Alli and her big day. It is such a special feeling when you see your daughter become a bride with all their beauty, isn't it? My best wishes for her. Enjoy the weekend - what a glorious one it will be I'm sure.

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  3. What a cute way to do all those little bees! I know they shine with all the Stickles too. So much fun!!
    It's pretty overwhelming when you see your daughter in that wedding dress I know! I know she looked beautiful. Hope you have a beautiful day for the wedding.
    Lynn

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  4. This is too cute :) Can't wait to see pics of the wedding!! Enjoy :)

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  5. Just wonderful! I absolutely LOVE this Nancy!
    hugs Jacee
    Simply Paper Card Design

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  6. Nice card..simple yet so creative...best wishes forbher wedding...looking forward to seeing wedding pictures
    samir

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  7. Oh my goodness, this is such a fabulous card!! I absolutely love how you stamped, cut and arranged all those bees into the B!! So creative and fun!! WOW!!!

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  8. What a fun ideal for a card. I just love the the card.

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  9. You are so good about commenting Nancy! Thank you for that and I just want to say that you B full of bees is so creative! What a great idea!!! Love that!
    Great wedding pictures above too!

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