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Bee Yourself

My friend just signed up to be a Close To My Heart consultant, and she graciously gave me this tiny little stamp set with bees. I don't even know if it has a name, but I like it.

I made this card for a sweet friend of my daughter's (and mine), whose parents are in the middle of a divorce, and she is feeling untethered. I cannot say enough good things about this girl, and I just pray that through this experience she becomes stronger.
This card pulled itself together really quickly. I love how the impression plate looks a little like honeycomb. I masked the little trail from PTI's Little Lady, and the bee is nice and sparkly.

Paper: PTI White, Lemon Tart
Ink: Versafine Onyx, SU markers
Stamps: CTMH, PTI Little Lady
Other: PTI True Black satin ribbon, Polka Dot Basics 2 Impression Plate, Cuttlebug die, Sakura Stardust pen-clear

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  1. Cheryl, this is so cute! I love it with that impression plate!

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  3. ooh it so beautiful..and how sweet you are..I feel like I wanna hug you right now


  4. Love how you made the one bee unique. Very appropriate. Super card!


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