Monday, May 20, 2019

2019 BEE or Not to BEE Blog Hop...Uniko Studio

Hello,

I'm delighted to join my Uniko Studio team in welcoming you t to the 2019 BEE or Not to BEE Blog Hop.  The purpose of this blog hop is to celebrate World Bee Day, to support bees and to raise public awareness of the importance of bees and apicultural products. More information can be found by clicking the image source.


Milka, who has organized this special hop, has plenty of details about sponsors/prizes; just head here. Uniko is one of the sponsors! Awesome, right! 


Here's my Happy Bee-Day card, featuring a 'honeycomb' happy, two decorative honeycomb corners and, of course, the stars of the stage, two sweet bees! 

Background Builders: Happy Hexagons (solid image stamped on "happy",
outline image for corner)
Bee Happy stamps

That's it from me! Sending you off to hop...and wishing you a honey of a day!

Blog hop list:

Honey Bee Stamps (sponsor)
Lawn Fawn (sponsor)
Paper Smooches (sponsor)
Pretty Pink Posh (sponsor)
Uniko (sponsor)
Your Next Stamp (sponsor)

Milka Gubo (InLinkz – return after commenting and add your name to InLinkz)

Thank you for dropping by!


26 comments:

Kelsey Thomas said...

Awesome card! :)

Karthikha said...

Wonderful happy card :)

Lindsey said...

Great cause - and a great excuse to make a fun card! Love the honeycomb elements and your cute little bees.

Jane said...

Fab card Carol. Love all the honey yellows and the stamping on the word die cut is such a brilliant idea.

MadeByMeghanK said...

What a great HAPPY card! I love the honeycomb!

McStamper said...

Love your cute, fun card.

Denise Bryant said...

Pretty card! Love the honeycomb design and the bee! Happy World Bee Day!

Jeanne said...

Bee-outiful card, Carol! I love how bright and happy it is. Thanks so much for sharing!

Becca Yahrling said...

A very pretty card & design. Love how big the word 'happy' is.

Linda said...

This looks fab .... love the honeycomb on the happy too xx

Dee Earnshaw said...

wow love the big greeting on this lovely card:)

Lagene said...

AWESOME creation! This is the BEE'S KNEES HOP! My husband & I host 60 to 80 bee hives on our 5 acre place for the summer (to get them out of the heat) for a bee keeper from California after they are through pollinating the orange and nut orchards.

Kimmers said...

Love the hexagon stamps, so cute!

Lisa Byers said...

Such a cheerful and wonderful way to celebrate the bees!!!

Lucy E. said...

Such a fun and lively
card! Great use of the
honeycomb in the “happy”
word die cut!

StarSpry said...

What a fun card! I love the bright yellow happy and the hexagons in the corners. :)

crafty-stamper said...

Bee-utiful card anything with Bees gets my vote
Carol x

Bobby said...

Such a happy card, pun intended, Carol. Love those sweet little bees.

Arianna Barbara said...

What a beautiful card! Love the layout!!!

Sue D said...

I like the design of your happy bee card.

Milka Gubo said...

GORGEOUS CAS card, Carol!! I love it!!! Layout is so cool. :o) Thank you so much for participating in this blog hop. :o) Bee hugzzz!!! :o) xx

LIZARD said...

Love the hexagons on your card! I think it is a bee-utiful card!

LIZARD said...

This is a great card and a fab layout! Love the colors! It is bee-utiful!

Mary Holshouser said...

Love how the hive disappears
in the middle section of the
card. The bright yellow of
Happy makes you feel happy.
Great card. thanks for
sharing.
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Roberta Stevenson said...

Bee-utiful card design! I really love how you inked the word Happy with the honeycomb design! It really stands out and it looks awesome! Thank you so much for being a part of the blog hop too and helping to raise the importance of bees. Unpasteurized honey really changed my life for the better and I have it everyday now.

Roberta Stevenson said...

Love your card and design and how you created your own background. Awesome, how you created the bee on vellum and fussy cut it to go on your flower too! Thank you so much for being part of this blog hop and mini hop to spread the importance of bees! Unpasteurized honey certainly changed my health and my life! I buy it from our local farmers and have it everyday now.