ICE Resin, Stampendous and Imagine Crafts blog hop

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Welcome to day 1 of the Stampendous StampsICE Resin® and Imagine Crafts®/Tsukineko® blog hop!

I am so excited to be a part of this amazing creative collaboration. I had so much fun working with this incredible combination of products.

The inspiration for this piece came to me as soon as I set my eyes on the Stampendous “Queen Bee” stamp set.

A while back I fell in love with a quote by Mary Kay Ash that said “Aerodynamically, the bumble bee should not be able to fly, but the bumble bee doesn’t know it so it goes on flying any way.” I envisioned a girl in a yellow and black striped dress standing at a chalk board with the quote written on it.

I am amazed by how perfectly my vision translated into this beautiful artistic reality.

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I love the way this project turned out and how incredibly simple it was to make.

Here are the supplies I used:

ICE Resin®

Stampendous Stamps “Queen Bee”

Black StazOn by  Imagine Crafts®/Tsukineko®

Yellow Sharpie Paint Pen

Black Sharpie Paint Pen

White Sharpie Paint Pen

Chalkboard sticker label

Scrapbook paper

white card stock

glue

Bee Ice Resin-web

Thank you Stampendous StampsICE Resin® and Imagine Crafts®/Tsukineko® for making such amazing products and including me in this blog hop.

Wishing you smiles and sunshine,

Tatiana

How to Hop:

Each day we’ll post the designers participating in the Blog Hop. Click on each one and check out their project. Leave a comment on their blog that lets them know you really looked at their project. We ‘ll draw three blogs at random from the four days, then randomly draw one commenter from each blog. You must have a U.S. mailing address to win, but we’d love for everyone to hop and comment! You can check out the Official Rules for all our contests if you have questions.

Here are todays creative contributors:

Stampendous

Jennifer Dove

Rhea Weigand

ICE Resin

Misty Grosse

Tatiana Allen

Imagine Crafts

Linda Lucas

John Creighton Petersen

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  • Heather Thompson

    That is just neat, I love the honey comb. just curious on how you got the shape.

  • Diana Mitchell

    This is just amazing and I love the honeycomb as well. Thank you for sharing!

  • ava g

    Tatiana, first of all i love your banner, instantly makes anyone happy as soon as we arrive at your blog. Your Queen Bee is so cute!! usa mailing is good

  • Lisa M

    I love how you worked up the Queen Bee! Great!

  • Jen

    Love that bee and the blue and yellow color combination. Thanks for the inspiration!

  • Maria Chuy Soto

    great project

  • Carol Mc

    Great project. Love the way that bee turned out.

  • craftycutie

    Thank you so much for all the wonderful comments. The honeycomb was created using an embossing folder which I will demonstrate in my next ICE Resin video :)

  • Linsey

    Oh my, it’s just so gorgeous Tatiana!!! Your vision was translated beautifully! Just like the bumblebee, this work of art is absolutely charming and I adore it!!! Your Queen Bee is beyond fabulous and you are totally inspiring!!! Thank you for sharing this amazing project today! You are a wonderful artist!!!

  • Carol

    The bee women are darling!!

  • Stampendous Stamps

    Tatiana, this is just so darling! We’re so glad you could join us for this hop and we’re honored you had fun playing with our products! What a fun project. Thanks for joining us!

  • purplefeen

    Absolutely beautiful! I’m going to have to try this one out for myself.

  • Beverly

    I love the ‘bee dresses’. What a clever project.

  • Helen Markee

    I just love the bees!!

  • Auntie Watson

    I like the idea of making the hexigons out of the resins. Thanks.

  • Sue D

    Fabulous project. Love the saying and the bee theme.

  • carlahundley

    How fun! Great
    saying and it all
    came out lovely.
    Carla from Utah

  • Laura Strack

    Could this BEE any cuter! Love those ladies with their bee dresses. Just darling!

  • Tina

    would like to know -how did you shape the resin to the honeycomb?

  • durandconnie

    I adore bees! and your project is terrific. thanks so much for the inspiration, -con

  • Denise Sullivan

    Your picture is really special I love the placement of the two ladies and the colors you used are really bee-utiful

  • The ICE Prince

    OH MY – you always inspire me with all the creative ways that you use ICE Resin!!! So much detail in your piece, and using that resin with no backing?!? Cat’s meow!

  • Mary Lee

    Very creative piece! Love the Bee Resin Piece & the ladies in their Black & Yellow!

  • http://inkstainswithroni.blogspot.com/ Ink Stained Roni

    How cool! I love the bee piece ~ it’s stunning!

  • Barbara

    Neato! Cool honey comb pieces. How did you do that?

  • Alicia O’Bryant

    love the bee motif! awesome project!

  • Heather Bussell

    Fun! I’ve been wanting to create a piece with bees, too!

  • marylouh

    Love this. The quote is uplifting – we don’t know we can do something unless we try and believe that we can do it. thanks for sharing.

  • Lyneen J

    Wonderful QUEEN BEE… love how your vision came to “BEE”!

  • Kelly Flaherty

    Thank you so much for such an uplifting art piece.

  • scorpio grrrl

    I love your design & the quote! It doesn’t get any more straightforward tan that. I love the whimsy
    of your piece.

  • Barb Adams

    What a great quote! And I’m a Mary Kay consultant. LOL

  • Melanie Corbin

    Cute!!

  • Deb Sumption

    Very nice.

  • Edna

    Wow, it is so sweet, you are queen of queens. Love the saying as well.

  • misaacmom

    queen bee – love it!

  • Rebecca Ednie

    Very unique and interesting.

  • Pam (nedlnut)

    What a cute idea!

  • Judy B

    I love your project. My daughter-in-law sells Mary Kay and this would be a great idea for a birthday gift. Thanks for sharing.

  • Katie B.

    Beautiful project! I love what you did with the resin. Very cool, I would not have thought to shape it like that. Great job. Thank you for sharing.

    Katie B.

  • MelodyJ

    Very interesting project!