Thursday, March 16

Stampin' Up! Artisan Blog Hop- Its The Bee's Knees!

Welcome to our Artisan Design Team blog hop!

This week we are featuring the Dragonfly Dreams & the Basket Bunch bundles... 

I got Basket Bunch. Lol!
No obviously I got Dragonfly Dreams. I wanted to highlight the cute little bee so I went with its signature colors of black & yellow. The Pop of Pink & the Inside the Lines DSP played so nicely together. I have to say my favorite things about this stamp set are the beautiful sentiments! 

Did you know that you could perform surgery on your stamps? Yep its true, I cut my stamps apart sometimes...gasp. Well it takes a steady hand, keen sight, & a nice sharp blade or scissors but it can be done!
I love how photopolymer gives me the ability to fit sentiments exactly how I want them- I actually lay the stamps out on my project & them press my clear block over them so they stay arranged just right when it's time to stamp!

Ok lets go hop on over to see what Mindy has created for us!

                                                                     Mercedes Weber -UR HERE
March Hostess Code: JXTWQSKM


  1. Absolutely Beautiful Mercedes. I love your layered Bee and the layout of your words. The Inside the lines DSP coordinates perfectly!

  2. Well now, aren't you a great surgeon???
    I totally love how you crinkled your paper!!!!
    And sending mad love as always.

  3. I haven't been brace enough to cut my stamps, but this is a great sentiment to do it with! What a stunning card! Love the wrinkled dsp - so so awesome!

  4. I love the scrunched up DSP on your card base Mercedes. What a great way to add texture to your projects.

  5. I think I am in love with your card... It is sooo gorgeous!😍

  6. Very beautiful....
    I love the modern Look...
    Hugs Ruth

  7. Sweet card. I do surgery on my stamps too!

  8. I'm LOLing at your basket bunch comment :-) This is so great! I just love how bold yet shabby chic it is!

  9. Beautiful card! I couldn't figure out where the flower came from, but then I see that you cut it from the paper. Clever!


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