Wednesday, December 22, 2010

HoneyBee Showcase

From the HoneyBees and myself, we wish each of you a very MERRY CHRISTMAS and hope that you and yours are enjoying this holiday season to it's fullest.

Many thanks to June for a very informative tutorial for our Monday Motivational! We all love the extra pizzazz that heat embossing brings to our projects. With very little effort it turns a good piece into one with that WOW factor!

I hope that you don't mind that mine are pieces that are revisited from Christmases past.... as my craft studio is a VERY BUSY guest room at this time. I've picked three of my past favorites to share with you, and look forward to bringing you fresh new ones after the first of the year.
If you are interested in the "how to's" be sure to pop over to my personal blog for the info.
Merry Christmas!

I made a card that I wanted to share with all our visitors so that I can wish you all A Very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!!

This Sizzix die can be used for Christmas, as the playful seal balances a Christmas Tree on his nose, or throughout the year with whatever is appropriate in play :)

Heat Embossing the sentiment inside makes creating a special card for someone especially easy!

Wishing each of you the very Merriest Christmas, and we will see you here in the hive
in the New Year! Happy Holidays!!
Now it's your turn! We want to see what you heat emboss! Create something and showcase it right here with the HoneyBees!! Post your card, layout, home decor piece, altered item, gift, or whatever you make, here in the LINKZ. You could be our next BLOG CANDY winner for January!!
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

Photobucketand the HoneyBees


June Houck said...

WOW! These really pop with the heat embossing and glitter. Beautiful cards, each and every one.

VickieW♥ said...

Those are all so great, thanks ladies.

Brambleberry Cottage said...

Merry Christmas to the whole hive of honeybees!

And please be sure to come by and enter my fantastic year-end giveaway. Click the picture in my sidebar for details.

Liz @ the Brambleberry Cottage