I had promised Diana, the creator of Scor-Pal to write the Triangle trifold tutorial for her. I had planned to just remake a card I made, but with the bees just arriving yesterday, I had to use them.

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The cardstock base is a 3 1/2″ x 10 1/2″ piece of Pumpkin Pie cardstock. I cut my new Scenic Route paper  first into a 3 1/4″ square and then in half diagonally.

The cute little bee  is stamped with black Palette ink on white Prima paper. I colored her with Ruby Red and Apricot Appeal. I added darker shading with Pumpkin pie and chocolate chip classic ink. I colored around the bee with bashful blue.

Once the paper was dry again, I added a doodle border. The image is layered on a Giga scallop punchout in ruby Red. I sponged the edges of it with chocolate chip.

The ribbon is gorgeous new ribbon I got from Cindy. I didn’t order a whole spool, because I didn’t know if I would like it. Oh boy….do I ever! It’s gorgeous! I will need to order more of it!

Ever since I saw the gorgeous cards Lisa Zappa made with those cute little Stampendous bees, I knew I had to have them. So in my last order from Eclectic Paperie I got them. I didn’t take a picture of the loot this time. I don’t want you guys to know the extend of my  addiction. LOL

Besides getting the regular bee stamps, I thought it would be cute to get the matching pail topper.

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The card is pretty simple. I started with a regular size black cardbase. I added Daisy D patterned paper over the card base.

The bee topper is stamped on shimmery white cardstock and colored with Marigold Morning, Cranberry Crisp, Real Red and Cool Caribbean reinker and aqua painter. I cut the image out with the help of my coluzzle and cut out the black layer the same way.

Ribbon is….surprise, surprise May Arts ribbon from Starlitstudio!

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