Sunday 22 May 2022

Enjoying the Sunshine by Tracey Campbell

Hello everyone, it is Tracey Campbell with you today, welcome to Bee Arty's Creative Team share for today. For my project I have used the newest Collection to the Bee Arty range, Bee the Sunshine and let me tell you it really is a pocket full of sunshine. A collection that is so pretty and delicate that it feels like you are working with rays of sunshine while you use it. For my share today I have teamed it with two photo strips of my time in Hawaii at a traditional luau.

Enjoy the Sunshine

Trim a 2cm off the top and left hand side of a 12x12 inch sheet of white cardstock
Adhere it to the centre of the Bee to A Flower patterned paper, have the floral side showing slightly around the white cardstock.  Tip: If you are going to cover up the majority of paper you are using for a base with another piece of paper or cardstock, then cut out the middle of the base and save some of that pattern for another use.

Cut a 20x23 cm rectangle from the Bee to Flower patterned paper. Tip: This is the perfect time to use the centre of your patterned paper that was cut out in the tip in the step above. On the floral side Using a palette knife, spread some Bling Colour Paste through the Abstract Daisy stencil over the top of the floral side of Bee to Flower patterned paper.

While you still have the palette knife, Bling Colour Paste and the Abstract Daisy stencil out use them to add some daisies to the white cardstock.

Below is the distribution of the daisies across the white cardstock.

While the Bling Colour Paste is still wet sprinkle a little bit of pink glitter into the centre of the daisies, on both the Bee to Flower patterned paper and white cardstock.

Using a distressing tool, distress the edges of the white cardstock and Bee to Flower patterned paper.

 Hint: unlike what I did, distress the cardstock before sticking it to the larger Bee to Flower patterned paper.

Adhere the base together so that it looks similar to the photo above. Stick two photo strips slightly off centre.

Fussy cut flowers, leaves, a title and two jars from the Honey and Sunny Days patterned paper.

Using 3 dimensional tape adhere the fussy cut elements out around the photos and the bottom corners of the Bee to Flower patterned paper.

Making sure to tuck some of the elements underneath the photo and patterned paper. Using a black inked pen journal around the inside edge of the Bee to Flower patterned paper rectangle.

Thanks for stopping in, I hope that I have given you some ideas on how you can use the newest Bee Arty Bee the Sunshine Collection. 


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