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Hello Honey Bee friends! Today I’ve fun with the Succulent Garden Builder Honey Cuts and have paired it up with a different way to use the On The Line: Succulents set. I love finding unique ways to use stamps other than what might first come to mind! Read on for the details of how I created my wall arrangement!

To create the card base and layers, trim a piece of patterned paper from the Marvelous Moments 6″ x 8-½” paper pad to 2″ x 5-½” and adhere it with Bee Creative glue at the bottom of and A2 card base. Next I trimmed some 80# Neenah white cardstock to 2-¼” x 5-½”. Using my scoring board and tool, I added scored lines at every ¼”. Then I adhered it to the top of the card. I added a ¼” strip of white cardstock to cover the line where the two pieces meet.

Next I die cut all of the pieces from the Succulent Garden Builder Honey Cuts I wanted from 80# white Neenah cardstock. You could definitely use colored cardstock scraps, but sometimes I’d just rather color the pieces rather than dig through my scraps! LOL! I used various Copic markers to color the pieces. I also use a white gel pen to add some details to the plants.

Then I stamped one of the main pieces from the On The Line: Succulents set in No Line Coloring ink. I also colored this with my Copic markers. And yes, I did color these as flowers, which makes even another way to use this beautiful set! I used all the same color of markers for all of the card elements so that it will all be cohesive in the color scheme. I used the coordinating Honey Cuts to die cut the piece. Then I used one of the longest Wood Frame Builder Honey Cuts to create my shelf. This time I did use a piece of scrap cardstock. I trimmed the shelf to 4″. Then I glued the On The Line Succulents piece to the shelf and added foam strips to the back. I added a few foam strip pieces to the back of the hanging basket too. The sentiment is also from the On The Line: Succulents set and die cut with the coordinating Honey Cut.

Coloring die cut pieces is so relaxing for me, and I sure hope you’ve enjoyed another take on the On The Line Succulents set! I think the Succulent Builder pairs so well with it! Thank you so much for stopping by today!

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