Saturday, June 26, 2010

bee mobile!



and I don't mean a little car for bees!!
Today on the Gingersnap blog, I have a tutorial to make this bee mobile that fits down into an envelope. The stamps are from Jo Capper-Sandon's range at Stampotique, available from Happy Daze in the UK.
I am entering this for Stampotique's "freedom" theme as the bees are freed when they are lifted from the envelope.

16 comments:

  1. This is so great! Love this idea. I may try to make one with butterflies. Thanks for the tutorial.
    Lesley x

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  2. What a brilliant idea - love the whole 'package'!

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  3. REALLY made me smile this morning. What a fantastic idea Joanne. LOVE IT!!!

    Thanks too for joining us on Stampotique Designers Challenge again.

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  4. Really great use of the bee stamp a smashing idea and I think Lesley's idea for one with butterflies would be great too, good luck with your challenges, xxx

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  5. gorgeous Joanne. great idea.

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  6. Love this loads and loads. Will look out the tutorial... Annette x

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  7. O wow! What a fun idea! Thanks so much for joining us at SDC!

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  8. Great mobile, Joanne. A brilliant sample of freedom. Thanks for joining us at SDC.

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  9. Joanne-your mobile is absolutely darling! How creative and love that it fits in the envie. Thanks for "beeing" so supportive of us over at Stampotique Designer's Challenge!

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  10. I know I already told you but I LOVE LOVE LOVE this project! Wonderfully done and fantastic tutorial!

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  11. What a fab idea, Joanne. Love it. Great tutorial too.

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  12. This is a great idea and such a good take on the theme. Thanks for joining us at SDC x

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  13. What an amazing interpertation of the theme this time. I love those bumble bees of Jo's, they are next on my list to get. BTW, your mobile is just wonderful, I love the idea that they are set free upon opening.

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word verification is off! thanks for all your lovely comments, they mean so much to me!