Roxybonds Blog Hop ~ Buzz & Bumble / Claire

Welcome to the Roxybonds Scrappers Team Blog Hop!  

 Roxybonds Scrappers

We will be featuring artwork from the Buzz & Bumble Pack and/or Claire.  I chose to work with the Buzz & Bumble paper pack.

If you have come here from Stephanie’s Blog, then you are on the right path.  Your next stop will be Emma’s Blog.

I really like this paper back as the colors are more in the neutral earth tons but you can definitely pop them with color.  I love neutral colors when scrapbooking as is allows me to really showcase my photos. I am particularly fond of the way Goldrush and Creme Brulee looks with these papers.

Buzz & Bumble Blog Hop

For this layout I used my Silhouette to cut the honeycomb border, title and honeycombs.  I used the Workshop on the Go stamp set and the Honeycomb stamp set. I used Cocoa, Goldrush, Champange, and Colonial white cardstock to complement the Buzz and Bumble paper pack. I also used on of the adorable wax seals from the buzz and bumble assortment over the rosette.

Here are a couple of cards I designed using this paper pack.

Buzz & bumble card

This is a variation of the card I designed for Mojo Monday two weeks ago.  This card is part of my May Card Workshop.Sweet as honey Card

I also designed this card for my May Card workshop.

Now hop on over to Emma’s blog to check out her wonderful designs.

If you want to crate any of the items you see here on my blog here is a list of CTMH supplies you will need:

  • Buzz & Bumble Paper Pack X7164B
  • Buzz & Bumble Assortment Z1831
  • Creme Brulee ink Pad Z2167
  • Goldrush Ink Pad Z2123
  • Champange Ink Pad Z2174
  • Cocoa Ink Pad Z2114
  • Buzz & Bumble WOTG C1054
  • Honeycomb Stamp Set C1537

Here is the list of all the participants:

Jen Patrick:
Stephanie Feist:
Catherine Nowak:     **** Your are here
Emma LaPalm:
Amber La Mons:

Embossed Resist Technique

Check out this really cool technique!  I could not wait to try it.  So I designed one of the Birthday workshop cards useing this technique.

For my card I used my Silhouette to cut out the card base in creme brûlée.  I also used the Silhouette to cut the circle and leaves for the card. I then used the “It’s your day” stamp set to emboss the 3/4 inch colonial white strip with clear embossing powder.  I then took a dauber and applied ink to the strip.  In this design I used one of the retired inks, garden green.   I also used some CTMH creme brulee flowers with white brads in the center. The sentiment is one of the new stamp sets from the new catalog which goes live February 1st, the stamp set is from the Chantilly card workshop on the go.

Resist Circle Card 1 - Version 2

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