Welcome to the Honey Bee Stamps Summer Release Blog Hop – Day 2!
To celebrate this huge release, Honey Bee Stamps is giving away a $25 gift certificate to the store for each day of the Hop! Be sure to comment on every stop along the way for Day 1 and Day 2 to win!
For each of my Beach House cards, I am using the following products:
Beach House Add-On Stamps | Beach House Add-On Honey Cuts | House Builder Card Base | Salvaged Brick Background Stencil | Watercolor Lines Background Stencils
I’m going to make a different roof for each house! I’m die cutting the roof from the Beach House Add-On Honey Cuts.
For my first house, I’m using Scattered Straw and Frayed Burlap distress ink and oxide. I’m also adding E34 to the embossed parts.
For the 2nd house, I’m using Copic markers and a flicking motion to color in the entire roof. I am using E41, E42, E43, and E44.
For the last house, I’m using the Scattered Straw and Frayed Burlap again, but doing a lighter coat.
For the house bases, I’m also going to try 3 different techniques.
For the 1st house, I’m using the Salvaged Brick Background Stencil and Frayed Burlap distress oxide.
For the 2nd and 3rd houses, I’m using the Watercolor Lines Background Stencils and distress oxides.
I’m using the doors and windows that come with the House Builder Base for the 2nd and 3rd houses and coloring them with Copic markers.
Now I’m going to start stamping my images from the Beach House Add-On Stamps and coloring them with Copic markers. Click on any image to view it larger! For my “Welcome” sign, I’m using a paddle as my stick!
For my palm trees, I’m going to blend Mowed Lawn and Twisted Citron distress inks on a piece of white card stock and then die cut my leaves. For the trunk, I’m using E50, E31, E23, and E55.
Now I’m ready to start adhering my cards together! The process is the same for each card, so I’m only showing one house below. I am using 3D foam squares and strips for items I want to stick out (such as the palm tree, bike, and tiki torches). I am using a glue pen for tiny things, such as the leaves on the wreath and the palm leaves. I am using double sided tape for the fence.
Here’s another look at the finished cards!
For my 2nd project, I created these shaker tags!
To make these tags, I am using the Tag Along dies from Heffy Doodle. I am using the same tag die to cut the acetate for my shaker portion so that it fits perfectly.
Next, I’m blending some backgrounds with distress oxides and stencils.
I’m stamping my images using Memento Tuxedo Black ink and then using my Copic markers to color my images.
I am adding “margarita salt” to the rim of my margarita using liquid glue and Frosted Sugar Powder from Dress My Craft. For my shakers, I’m using the Frosted Sugar Powder and Crystal Ice Cubes from Dress My Craft.
Here’s another photo of the finished tags!
Products for Beach Houses:
Beach House Add-On Stamps – NEW RELEASE
Beach House Add-On Honey Cuts – NEW RELEASE
House Builder Card Base
Salvaged Brick Background Stencil
Watercolor Lines Background Stencils
Products for Cocktail Tags:
Sip Sip Hooray Stamp Set – NEW RELEASE
Sip Sip Hooray Honey Cuts – NEW RELEASE
Raise A Glass Stamp Set – NEW RELEASE
Raise A Glass Honey Cuts – NEW RELEASE
Don’t forget to hop along with us for your chance to win a Honey Bee Stamps $25 gift card!
Blog Hop Lineup:
Honey Bee Stamps
Amanda Fitterer (You are Here!)
Jessica Frost Ballas
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39 thoughts on “Honey Bee Stamps Summer Release Blog Hop – Day 2”
I’m a sucker for stamps that make houses
and like designs. These huts are fantastic.
Wonderful cards. thanks for sharing
Great creations. Thanks for sharing.
The new house builder add on is so great, love what you did with it!
I am so excited to receive everything I ordered and to make the house tiki hut. I love it
This release really makes you want to go on vacation! Great designs all the way!
Wow you were sure busy! I want to stay in your beach houses! They are so darling!
GASP. Sooooooooo awesome.
I love everything that you did on these cards and tags, love the colors you picked on all of these projects and love the little details that you put on the shaker tags
Loving those beach houses, loved how you used the Line stencil and I’m so ready to sit on that chair, give me a drink and enjoy the beachfront view 🙂 Awesome cards! TFS!
Really unique ideas. Thanks for sharing.
I love these!!! Awesome stamps, awesome cards!
Amazing cards and tags. A lot of work and details. Your cards are incredible!!!
Love the beach houses you created!
The beach houses are so cute!!!! I’d love to make these for friends.
Love those shaker tags! (and the salt on the margarita!)
WOW! These tiki houses are freaking awesome and amazing drink tags! LOVE!
What wonderful, creative projects!! So many fun new products in this awesome release.
You are SO talented! Thank you for sharing all the steps.
Thanks for sharing your wonderful creations. Really like the shaker tags, so cute!
Adorable, thanks for the instructions
Your projects are so fun! I love the houses and the tags are perfect for adult birthday gifts! My girlfriends would love them!
What fun, beautiful cards. I love the soft colors.
Oh wow! I love those houses a lot! Lots of details and effort! And the shaker tags are super cool 🙂
Wow your beach houses look amazing..can I go there? Love the cute tags too!
I just love your projects! I want to hang out in your tiki hut and I love the shaker tags.
Fun beach houses and festive shaker tags.
Such fun summer creations! Love the colors and details on your projects! Love the beach houses, and the tags are just adorable!
Those beach houses are fabulous!! You made my wish list get even longer. Those tags are awesome also. Thanks for sharing.
Beautiful work! I love the cocktails!
Look at all the cute beach huts, I really love the tags with the drinks.
Fun cards! I love the three different styles of roof – nice subtle changes that make for quite different styles.
Another great titi themed set of cards…I can’t wait until I can try to “copy”