April 23, 2012

Busy Bee!

Angie here, This week at Sweetsassydiva we were given a wild card week. I chose to do a layout. I really need to work on my scrapbooking and this gives me a reason to do so. My inspiration was my 2 little girls who have been non stop all day everyday since they were born. My busy little bees.... As always I have one idea in mind, and then end up with something completely different. I started with using George and Basic shapes cutting out 3 in octogons. I cut them in a tannish and white cardstock. I really don't like such stark colors so I used my Ranger Ink (antique ivory) and distressed them just a bit. I then used Create-a-Critter to make the cutest little bumblebees and bee hive. I cut them at 2.5 in.
Again I decided to distress a bit on the beehive.
I cut out the title using Plantin schoolhouse at 1.75 in. Then it was assembly time. I think it took me longer to play with how I wanted it to come together then it did to cut out all of the pieces. The one that stayed the same is the part that says "BEE"
I cut out 4 (4.5x6.5) mats for photographs. Or can be divided for a smaller picture and a journaling box. This will be cute filled with pictures of my busy bees. It was really simple to make and turned out better than my first thoughts. I hope you enjoy.

*recipe* cardstock...black, white, tan, black, yellow, blues cricut cartridges....george, create a critter, plantin schoolbook markers, ink (a napping baby is good as well)

3 comments:

Suzanne cricutcraftingrammyblogspot.com said...

Love this Angie. Great bold colors and the bee is so cute.

Brenda said...

Super cute lo! I love the title-really cute, I also love the bee and the bee hive!! This lo is going to be so cute with pics!!

Rosie said...

too cute

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