I have been spending hurricane time in my craft room--cleaning, organizing, and a little crafting. Not that we are really affected by the hurricane--just gloomy weather at my house and some fierce shaking of the trees every once in a while.
So this little card I put together with the inspiration of Lindsay Weirich, who you know I love. Here is her original at her youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CBfGXwrni-k
I used my Cricut Explore (of course!) to cut out my hexagons. So super easy! Here is my finished card front:
And of course I have some boo-boos, like using the wrong side of the embossing folder, for starters. But it looks ok I think. Also, if the card is sitting up, like it is in the picture, all my stamping of the far right window is obscured by all my shaker elements.
I had so much fun putting this together! And I will add sentiments when I get the stamp set from Rubber Stamp Tapestry, which should be arriving tomorrow, should we have mail service. And I think this card is mailable, because I used only one layer of foam tape.
And as Lindsay always urges us to "use what we have". I used an older beehive stamp by Stampourri and assorted RST peg stamps. Luckily I found a bee!
BTW, if you are interested in the Cricut Explore file, just message me in the comments and I will be happy to share. Sorry, but it doesn't do the embossing--you have to have a folder for that. I think I used one for Cuttlebug by ProvoCraft.