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Check out this adorable Honey Bee Clock.

My TEAM Member, Darla Rice from Tallmadge, Ohio created this clock.

She calls her Stamp Room her Hive.  Her husband gave her the clock below for Her Hive. 

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Well every stamper knows that a clock like this will not do.  So love Darla's Hive Clock.  Thanks for sharing.

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ouaou very nice Honey Bee Clock .... its very 'sweet' !

Linda Bauwin

Thanks Darla for giving us the directions of your adorable clocok.

Darla Rice

So when I started the clock project I didn’t have a cute where to start. I began by thinking of painting over the wrench but then I would have to wait to get paint and I was inspired that moment. If I waited— well it wouldn’t get done with so many other projects. So I began by using a black sharpie around the edges just in case the edge would show. Then I cut a yellow circle out of 12x12 yellow paper. So anxious to see if it would work I cut a slit half way across the paper and slid it under the hands of the clock. Then brought it back out and punched a 1/4”. Circle in the center where the hands were and stamped the bee hive in Crushed Curry. I glued it down and then stamped the honeycomb from another bee set I had. Sponged some Curry here and there to give some dimension. Stamped small bees for numbers of clock. For the 12, 3, 6, 9 I die cut the large bees from black card stock and put them on with dimensionals. Glued down a few die cut honeycombs and stamped my sentiments around. With marker added trails behind the bees. I would suggest to do all the stamping before gluing circle down on clock. Bees bodies also have the crystal effects from Christmas catalog. To finish I placed die cut bees on the hands of the clock so they are always buzzing around. Love that it has a second hand so that bee never stops. Glad you liked it. Darla Bee Blessed 🐝

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