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Daisy Doodles Blog Hop

I am so excited to be asked to be a guest designer on the Daisy Doodles Grand Opening blog hop. I have a lot of information to share with you today, so please stick with me.

If you didn't come from Mary's blog be sure to visit Daisy Doodles Creative Challenges blog and start the hop from the beginning. If you get lost along the way, you can always see the hop list on Daisy Doodles blog.

The hop will begin each day (June 1-3) at the Daisy Doodle Creative Challenge blog at 8:00 EST. Each day of the hop one lucky winner will receive the new "Summer Fun" set that is due to be released the day of the opening. For your chance to win, hop along with us and a winner will be chosen at random from the blog comments. The winners will be announced on Friday on the challenge blog .

During the blog hop, there is also an event happening in the Daisy Doodles group on SNR Card Universe being hosted by DT member Lawren. Stop on over to share in the fun.

When the Daisy's Digi Doodles Store opens on June 3rd, Daisy will be having a one-day, Grand Opening sale. While you are there, sign up for the newsletter because everyone that signs up before June 10th will receive a free image and have their name entered into a draw for a $20 gift certificate. The winner of the gift certificate will be drawn on July 1st.



Now that you have all the important info, on to the eye candy. Aren't these little bees cute? The top bee is layered to give him a little dimension.
Here is a look at the Beehive Yourself digital stamp. I added a different sentiment so I could use it as a birthday card.



Thanks for hopping by. Your next stop on the hop is Lawren's blog. Remember to leave comments on all the blogs for your chance to win the Summer Fun digital stamp set.



Challenges:

Supplies:

  • Image: Bee-hive Yourself by Daisy Doodles
  • Papers & CS: Papertrey Inc kraft CS, My Mind's Eye Ooh La La Soiree, BoBunny Flutter Butter Stripe, BoBunny Flutter Butter Breeze, Neenah solar crest white CS
  • Inks: Tea Dye Distress Ink, Timber Brown Staz On
  • Tools & Embellishments: Prismacolor & Copic markers, paper piercer, misc. brads, Jenni Bowlin vintage button, Close To My Heart natural hemp, Sakura Clear Star Gelly Roll pen, Close To My Heart edge distressing tool, Zig Writter chocolate marker, computer generated sentiment
  • Techniques: Paper piercing, faux stitching

Comments

DQ said…
Cute card! love how you popped out the bee, and the flight path look like you stitched it.
Karin said…
Darling card Cheryl! I love how you worked in the bit of green from the patterned paper onto your card :)
Marlene said…
Love your bees!! So cute!
craftybunny said…
What a fab-bee-lous card!Fantastic colouring and love all the details.
Lisa x
Dawn said…
I love the bee and hive, and especially that it is dimensional.
Congrats on being asked sweetie!
Ceal said…
super cute! I love the popped bee and the stitching
Debsg said…
Cute card. The only kind of bees I like!
Stacy said…
Cute card. I like how you used the image.
Toni said…
Cute card. Love the image. Thanks for sharing.
Sammibug said…
OMG this is awesome! I love it! Too cute!
Judi said…
This is so cute, you did a great job on this.
Jamie said…
I just love this card! Its so darn cute, love the way you cut out the one bee, adds alot to the image!
Such a fun and fabulous card! I just love the stitching!
Oh I LOVE this card!!! It is so cute and so much awesome goodies to look at!!!!!! GREAT job ma'am!!!
Joanne Gilch said…
Bee-lieve me! Honey, I love it! the layout the papers that you chose...awesome.
Pat (mspfd) said…
Congratulations on being guest designer for the Daisy Doodle blog hop!
I just love the card you made. Such great details (love that button) ! Super work, Cheryl!
xiumaiyuki said…
ooh, sooooooo adorable! I love that bee image. I might have to change my mind about digital stamps.
Anna said…
So cute! Love the image! Thanks for joining the party at Party Time Tuesdays!
Nordicblogger said…
You can't get any cuter than this! I love the beehive and bee and the button that kind of looks like a mini paper plate.
Katie said…
Cute play on words & card! Thanks for joining the PTT challenge!
jimlynn said…
WONDERFUL CARD! So cute.
Lynn
Dianna said…
Bee-utiful card! Thanks for partying with us at PTT this week!
Fun card!!! I love all the stitching for the bees fluttering around. Great job wiht the coloring too!
Maria
I absolutely love this image....and how you pop up the bee is so clever....great job.....thank you for sharing...
Shelly Schmidt said…
I am loving this card! Fun that you popped up the Bee- love your sentiment, pretty BG paper- perfect for the layout too. TFS
Kristie said…
What a super cute image!! Love that button too! Thanks for joining my Party Time Tuesdays challenge!
Courtney Baker said…
Oh so cute! I do love those bees!
Annika said…
Gorgeous card, love the warm rich browns and the image looks as if you've stitched the flight pattern too!
Hugs
Annika
loyaz said…
Too funny - I thought the 'trail' was actually stitched. Very clever! Love the popped up bee too.
DianeL
loyaz1@wbhsi.net
Nancy said…
Such a bee-utiful card!! Thanks for partying with us this week at PTT!!
wow cheryl!!! this is definitely beeeeeee-utiful! and sweet!!! ok. i'll stop - lol.

and thanks soooo much for playing with us at PTT!!!
Abby said…
I love it!! Thanks for playing along with PTT!
A.J. said…
Great card and layout. I like the image you've used too, its really fun.

Thanks for joining with our challenge at Magical Crafts.

Amanda
Kerry said…
Lovely card. Thanks for joining in at Polkadoodles.
Lesley said…
Lovely card, cute image! Thanks for taking part in the Magical Crafts challenge xx
Hope Jacare said…
Thanks for playing along at Polkadoodles in our'Sew and Sew' challenge - lovely to see your work! Cheers Claire x
Jenny said…
Love the sentiment! great stitched effect. Thanks for joining us at Polka Doodles.
Fliss said…
Gorgeous work. Thanks so much for joining in with Polka Doodles Sew and Sew challenge.
x

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