Thursday, August 31, 2017

Essentials by Ellen - United We Flourish - Sending Sunshine with Honey Bee Stamps

Hello, sweet friends! Today, I am honored to be sharing a project in the Ellen Hutson CLASSroom using the new United We Flourish set, Sending Sunshine.

Here's a bit more info about the United We Flourish Campaign...

Last November we began celebrating our 10th anniversary with the theme United We Flourish. And what does United We Flourish mean? It means that our company would not be here without the amazing companies we work with, the designers who create stunning projects showcasing the wonderful products being created AND you, our fabulous customers! YOU are such a vital part of our creative community - you inspire & encourage us! Your response to United We Flourish was overwhelming and heart-warming. We heard repeatedly from you that you appreciate how our little company works together with the other manufacturers we carry to bring you their products and education showing how to use those products. To thank you for your constant support and encouragement, we have partnered with some of our friends to offer exclusive limited edition stamp & die sets!!! These sets will be available for a limited time (most likely 3-6 months) after each release, depending on how quickly you snap them up. The theme of these stamps sets are uplifting and fun.

We are thrilled to present the third one to you...Sending Sunshine by Honey Bee Stamps exclusively for Ellen Hutson LLC.

And here is a closer peek at this beautiful new set that is filled with uplifting and positive words! LOVE!!

Now onto my project ... because this sentiment set is filled with uplifting words, I thought bright, happy colors were a must for my project. I used a mix of wonderful products, from Honey Bee Stamps, that all work perfectly with the new Sending Sunshine stamps and dies. Here is the list of products I used ...

I started by die-cutting a piece of white cardstock using the Sunburst A2 cover plate. I then die-cut the Sunburst again, multiple times, using each of the colors in the rays of the sun. I filled all of those rays in and attached it to the front of my card base. That seems like a lot of die-cutting, I know, but don't worry ... I have saved all of those extras for another project or two. ;)

Next, I die cut the clouds and sentiment and attached those before completing it with a few sequins!

Be sure to head on over to the CLASSroom now, where I'm joined by two talented ladies who are sharing more using this fabulous new set!

Thanks for visiting with me today!

1 comment:

  1. How pleased am I that we share this day? THIS much!!! LOve that sunburst die ... no surprise that you brought all your love of color to the craft-table! delightful! xx