Buzzing By Card with Paper Glaze

Bee Sting Paper Glaze Luxe Bugs and Kisses Copic Markers I Bee Home Stencil Justin Adkins

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Hello friends! Justin Adkins here, and today I have some un-bee-lievable inspiration using a few products from the Picket Fence Studios February Release! I decided to combine the I Bee Home Stencil with the Bee Sting Paper Glaze, and this set the scene for a fantastic background for a few bees to hang out on!
Let's get into the details of this card!
I started this card by stamping out a few of the bee images from the Bugs & Kisses Stamp Set, which I colored up with Copic Markers, and then cut out using the Coordinating Dies. I set the colored up images off to the side for later.
To create my background, I took a piece of light yellow cardstock and ink-blended the sides with Mustard Seed & Wild Honey Distress Oxide Inks. Once blended, I splattered the paper with both Wild Honey Distress Oxide Ink and Black Magic Paper Splatter Water Color. Once dry, I sprayed some Pixie Spray onto the I Bee Home Stencil, adhered it to my panel, and then applied a thin and solid layer of Bee Sting Paper Glaze over top. I removed my stencil carefully and immediately, followed by immediately washing it as well. I set my panel aside to dry entirely.
Once my panel was fully dry, I trimmed it down to 4.125" x 5.375". This allowed me to get clean edges on my panel. I adhered this directly to an A2-sized card base.
Next, I went ahead and stamped out the sentiments "Buzzing By" and "Sending You Bugs and Kisses" on black cardstock, where I then heat embossed them with white powder. I used the coordinating Bugs & Kisses dies to cut out the sentiments.
Using Foam Tape, I adhered my (3) bees and (2) sentiments to my card. I finished the card by adhering a few black sequins from the Black Russian Sequin Mix, and my card was complete!
Thank you so very much for stopping by the Picket Fence Studios blog today! I hope that this card provides you with some fun inspiration on ways that you can combine some of the brand new February Release items together to create something bee-utiful!

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