Don’t Worry – Bee Happy – Take Two

I had great fun making these cute boxes as ‘Happy Mail’ to three friends who are having a tough time at the moment. They are filled with lots of little positive notes to cheer, encourage and hopefully raise a smile, one to opened whenever it’s needed. I got the idea from my wonderful daughter who gave me a glass jar full of lovely messages which I am still enjoying opening. I am saving all the notes to replace in the jar when it’s empty so I can start the fun all over again. I chose the boxes as they were easier to post flat packed. They have been really well received. For details of dies and materials used just click on any of the pictures.

Bee Happy boxes made using: the Memory Box Small Takeout Box die, the Bee die from The Indigo Blu mixed media Special magazine kit issue one multicut from yellow, black and white card stock, the small bee die and Bee happy stamp from the free cover gift of Issue 163 of Papercraft Essentials magazine . The tag was made using a die from a set of nesting hexagons dies. The glittered patterned paper was from the Docrafts Premium 12" Bee Happy paper pad. I added stickles glitter and glossy accents to the larger bees. - craftybabscreativecrafts.co.ukBee Happy boxes made using: the Memory Box Small Takeout Box die, the Bee die from The Indigo Blu mixed media Special magazine kit issue one multicut from yellow, black and white card stock, the small bee die and Bee happy stamp from the free cover gift of Issue 163 of Papercraft Essentials magazine . The tag was made using a die from a set of nesting hexagons dies. The glittered patterned paper was from the Docrafts Premium 12" Bee Happy paper pad. I added stickles glitter and glossy accents to the larger bees. - craftybabscreativecrafts.co.ukBee Happy boxes made using: the Memory Box Small Takeout Box die, the Bee die from The Indigo Blu mixed media Special magazine kit issue one multicut from yellow, black and white card stock, the small bee die and Bee happy stamp from the free cover gift of Issue 163 of Papercraft Essentials magazine . The tag was made using a die from a set of nesting hexagons dies. The glittered patterned paper was from the Docrafts Premium 12" Bee Happy paper pad. I added stickles glitter and glossy accents to the larger bees. - craftybabscreativecrafts.co.ukBee Happy boxes made using: the Memory Box Small Takeout Box die, the Bee die from The Indigo Blu mixed media Special magazine kit issue one multicut from yellow, black and white card stock, the small bee die and Bee happy stamp from the free cover gift of Issue 163 of Papercraft Essentials magazine . The tag was made using a die from a set of nesting hexagons dies. The glittered patterned paper was from the Docrafts Premium 12" Bee Happy paper pad. I added stickles glitter and glossy accents to the larger bees. - craftybabscreativecrafts.co.uk

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