WOW Embossing Powders and Honey Bee Stamps blog hop

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Hello there and welcome if you’re new here. I’m thrilled to be taking part in this hop between WOW and Honey Bee Stamps. I was sent this gorgeous package from Honey Bee and I couldn’t wait to play with the goodies inside.

They very generously sent me a fabulous flower border stamp and die called Zen Floral which has a very useful die to go with it. I used it to create this bordered card along with a Honey Cuts die called Hello Gorgeous Words.

Here’s how I created the frame. I stamped, embossed with WOW Oasis powder and die cut the border four times. I really needed the grid on my mat here to lay it out in a square and taped it down.

Using the grid I marked my mitred corner

and cut through both layers.  I did this for all four corners.

I then taped up the corners to hold them together while I turned the frame over.

Of course the corner pattern doesn’t match perfectly, it’s not meant to do that but it’s only the little bits which stick up from the corner which give it away. So I just snipped these off.

So here’s my finished card. I embossed the “Thanks” with Florida Sunset from WOW and used Primary Ebony powder to emboss the little bee.

Thanks for stopping by.  Read below and follow on to continue on the hop to discover other amazing designer projects.

Hi Crafting Friends, welcome to a very special Blog Hop collaboration with the WOW! Embossing Powder & Honeybee Stamps.
The most fun part of having a blog hop is meeting, sharing and inspiring one another in this beautiful crafting community. We feel so blessed to have our paths cross with each other and we all hope this collaboration inspires you all.
BLOG HOP
Line Up –
Jaine Drake – You are here
If you are hopping along, you should have come from
Kaja Vazensek
Your next stop is Jo Herbert of WOW
If you get lost along the way, heed back over to the WOW! Embossing Powder  
or
Honeybee Stamps  blog for the complete listings of designers joining in the hop.
***GIVEAWAY***
No blog hop is complete without some prizes. Are you ready for some awesome giveaways? Each Company is giving a way –
WOW! Embossing Powder- Any 6 powders from your choosing along with a WOW carry case to store you powders safely in.
Honeybee Stamps $50 gift Card
The only think you need to do for a chance to win is leave a comment on each of the design team members blog hop.
The Winners will be chosen at random from the comments left on ALL THE POSTS of this blog hop by EST on 14th June 2018. and will be announced on the blog on 15th June 2018.
Happy Hopping
Jaine
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63 thoughts on “WOW Embossing Powders and Honey Bee Stamps blog hop

  1. You’ve made a truly fantastic job with this card ! And the little bee is the cherry on top of the cake !
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  2. Terrific card! Loved seeing the pictures and info on how you created the frame. Beautiful!

  3. WOW WOW WOW! Your card is beautiful and I love the color you chose! Thanks for sharing the details ~ I am certainly going to try this one 🙂

  4. That’s brilliant!!!! Would never thought to have tried that but now that I’ve seen you do it I’m wanting to dig through my stash and see what other stamps that technique would work for!!! Thanks for the inspiration! Love the color of EP you used too!

    1. Thank you. I think it works so well because the image is so busy you don’t notice it doesn’t match at the corners plus it comes with a die so each cut is exactly the same. I’m sure it would work with lots of border stamps though. Give it a try and let me know.

  5. Beautiful card! I love the floral border design, and that scrumptious color! Cute bee too!

  6. Your card is stunning ! I would never have had such an ingenious idea. Thank you to share your fantastic creativity with us !

  7. The framing is fantastic.
    I love the color and the idea.
    thanks for a detailed description
    and for sharing it.
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  8. Wow that is some technique to get a frame created from the stamp. I would have loved to have seen it done on a video tutorial but I totally understand that it may have been too difficult to film such a technique. But I am definitely going to have a go at it myself so thank you for the inspiration. x

    1. Thanks Lorraine, maybe I’ll put it together as a video. Thanks for the inspiration.

  9. Oh my gosh, that is such a fun idea to make a frame with the stamped and embossed images–how clever! Thanks so much for sharing how you did that 🙂

  10. WOW!! That’s awesome- thank you for showing the technique you used as well. Really great idea and really beautiful outcome!

  11. I love that you shared your technique. I’m going to attempt that frame. Thank you for sharing!

  12. Thanks for the great tutorial on your process Jaine. I love the Zen Floral border stamp used just as a border but you have taken it up to a whole new level. Gorgeous!

  13. Wow, what a creative idea for the border! I definitely want to try this! Thank you for sharing and showing your photos on how you created it 😀

  14. I love how you used the border stamp to build your frame. I’ve really been enjoying the square cards lately. That Florida Sunset embossing powder is gorgeous. Sweet little bee!

  15. Love the card and the cleverly designed frame. beautiful and especially so in the blue!

  16. Hi I have just found your blog thanks to this hop! I will be reading more! Such a lovely idea to make your frame x

    Squdge

  17. That Zen Flower stamp is awesome! I love how the embossing powder makes the stamps stand out! The frame you made is absolutely gorgeous! A true work of art!

  18. What a fabulous frame you made – love it! And thanks for the step by step. Love the ‘Florida Sunset’ color (esp since I live in FL!).

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