TGF Preview: Queen Bean!

Hi, everybody! I am having a crazy awesome time with the newest stamps at The Greeting Farm!

By now, you must know that our April release takes us to Wonderland, and I am pleased to present her royal highness, “Queen Bean,” in my post today!

All of the new stamps will be available in the TGF Store on April 1 (no fooling!), and we’ll be having a DT blog hop to celebrate! Make sure you mark your calendar to join us!

For my first preview card, I couldn’t resist making Queen Bean into a playing card! All it took was an alphabet stamp, a mini heart punch, and a corner rounder to transform her royal cuteness:

Other supplies: patterned paper (“Love Story” – Echo Park), rolled flower die, quilling strips/tool (Quilled Creations), sentiment stamp, assorted Copic markers, opaque white marker, Stickles, cardstock (Stampin’ UP), sewing machine, mini heart punch, letter stamp, gold gel pen.
For my second card, I broke out some vintage paper and paired Queen Bean with one of Β TGF’s new “Delicate Words” dies (which will also be available in the TGF Store on April 1):
Other supplies: patterned paper (“Bittersweet” – Basic Grey), metal heart dies (Spellbinders), assorted Copic markers, Β button, twine, heart charm (Prima), opaque white marker, gold gel pen, Stickles, foam tape.

So what do you think? Isn’t she adorable? My fellow DT members Rosemary, Anita, and Jessica have created some royally gorgeous creations to share with you today! Be sure to stop by The Greeting Farm blog to see all of today’s “Queen Bean” previews and to find out how you can WIN Queen Bean!

Thanks so much for stopping by!
Hugs,
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40 thoughts on “TGF Preview: Queen Bean!

  1. GCLmom says:

    Suzanne, How clever is your playing card? Way, way cute idea! I love the little hearts you put on their dresses, and all the detailing you embellished the cards with. Amazing! Thanks for sharing. πŸ™‚

  2. Lynda Nielsen says:

    These are fabulous, and what a fantastic idea with your playing card. I absolutely love it. Thanks so much for sharing your creativity, and inspiring me.
    Hugs,
    Lynda

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