Hey there crafty friends,
Tonight on my Come Craft With Me YouTube LIVE session, I had so much fun playing with the new February release from Heffy Doodle. I have been itching to get playing with these for SO LONG!
I managed three cards in the LIVE show, first up this sweet card.
I actually found the background in my stash (i made it during a previous CCWM live sesh) – it was made with the Honey Bee Stamps hexagon stipple plate background die, and some yellow watercolour paint which i drizzled down the card front. Once dry, I lavished on some glossy accents. Tonight I stamped the bear and honey pot from the Heffy Doodle Unbearable Without You stamp set and coloured him in with Copics.
The HELLO is from the new Heffy Doodle Honey Bunny Boo stamp set, and the die cut is the new Heffy Doodle Honey Heffy Cuts. I layered four die cuts together to get a dimensional look.
Next up, I was channeling my 8 year old self as I set out to do some WEAVING!
I die cut a bunch of kraft cardstock using the Heffy Doodle Stitched Strips of Ease dies and then started to weave these together. I die cut it into an oval shape and layered onto a cute scalloped oval. I stamped the bunnies and eggs from the new Heffy Doodle Honey Bunny Boo stamp and die set, and the basket is from the Exclusive not-yet-released stamp set called Mewniverse. You can still get it by spending more than £35 in the Heffy Doodle store (before shipping).
I coloured the images in using my Zig clean color real brush markers (although I think i need more practice!). The sentiment is also from the Honey Bunny Boo stamp set and i cut him out easily with the Strips of Ease dies from Heffy Doodle.
This one was a labour of love, but i actually ADORE how it turned out. I took some watercolour cardstock and die cut the new Heffy Cuts HEY die all over it. Then I stuck all the parts together onto a card front – just like a jigsaw! I found a piece of red card that had been inked up with some Distress oxide ink and some clear embossing paste had been added over the top of a stencil -and i thought the intense pop of red would be amazing against the white backgound, so i used a heart die to cut out a shape.
I stamped some images from the Heffy Doodle Beary Big Heart stamp set and dies. I coloured in the images with watercolour paints and added a sparkle to the card heart using some spectrum noir brush pens. I laid down some crochet aida behind the heart, added some nuvo drops and also added a sentiment using the Heffy Doodle Whatcha Saying stamp and die set.
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