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Some Happy Bees

I love stitching so I was thrilled that this week's DRS Designs challenge is all about stitching (faux, stamped or real).  I sewed the little bee trail and did a stitched border around my base panel - super fun.

 
I used the following DRS images:
 
Vicki's Versatile Background (to make my wood panels)
 
This was such a fun card to make. I hope you will dig out your stitching accessories and join us this week.
 
Hugz
 
 


Comments

  1. Just fabulous card. I love the stitching and the fence/garden background is outstanding. Have a nice day.

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  2. This is just as cute as can BEE!! :) I love how you've created your wood panels Nancy!! A really fun card that puts a smile on my face!! HUGS

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  3. A wonderful card Nancy, such fun little bees and great design - your wood panels are fabulous.
    Pauline
    x

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  4. Fabulous! Love the gorgeous background and wonderful buzzing bees!

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  5. Gorgeous card Nancy, I love the bees and the background
    Kevin xx

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  6. Nancy, this is a darling card. Loved the stitched bee-trail, and the border stitching on the background. Which, BTW, is just fabulous. Loved the woodgrain effect with all the vines & leaves. Well done on this nifty design. So cute. TFS & happy wkend.

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  7. Those little smiling bees are just too cute!! LOVE the wood panell BG with the leaves on it and the leaf branch on the focal circle is fabulous. Adorable card :)

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  8. Those smiling bees make me happy all over! SO cute and pretty. Love your wonderful stitching on here too!
    Lyn

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  9. Beautifully designed and beautiful colors!
    Thank you for always encouraging me

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