CAS(E) this Sketch and CASology

This week at CASology it is to come up with a design with hexagons! At CAS(E) I found this  sketch that was used to create my card. I hope you like the bees on the card that represent the tags on the sketch. I love the honeycomb stamp set from CTMH that I used to make the card and thought it a perfect use of hexagons for the CASology. One of the defined designs for CASology talked about the rules of three and I made sure to include three bees that represent the three tags in the sketch.The bees should be returning to my gardens very soon. What do you think?


Stamps:  CTMH C1537 Honeycomb Stamp set
Paper: CTMH  Daisy White Cardstock and CTMH Buzz and Bumble Paper Pack
Ink: CTMH Sunset, Honey, Cocca
Accessories: CTMH Daisy White Card and Envelope

As always I appreciate you stopping by! Have a honey sweet day.

4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Ardyth
    Apr 28, 2013 @ 17:45:04

    Clever use of hexes and the bees along with your sweet sentiment! Thanks so much for playing along with us at CAS(E) This Sketch this week,


  2. Kim S
    Apr 29, 2013 @ 10:17:30

    LOVE the honeycombs with the playful bees! Perfect for the sentiment! Thanks for joining us at CAS(E) this Sketch!


  3. Tracey McNeely
    May 11, 2013 @ 11:05:00

    Sweet card and use of hexagons with the bees. Loving the honeycomb interpretation. Thank you so much for sharing with us this week at CASology!


  4. Ardyth
    May 11, 2013 @ 14:35:44

    Fun! I love the tie in between the hexes and the bees. And I love that swooping card edge! Thanks so much for playing along with us at CASology this week!


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