How to Create Bee Mine Digital Scrapbook Pages


Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and I wanted to share a couple of my loves with you using the Bee Mine Digital Kit.  My first page is featuring the love of my life and the fun embellishments in this kit.

I love using one of my photos enlarged for the background.  Sometimes I soften the photo by changing the opacity.  In this case I didn’t change the opacity but I softened the edges.

I used the edge filter with the soften edge on the background photo.  You can soften as much or as little as you like.  For the striped heart I added a softened 3D edge to give it a puffy look.

For the two outline hearts I put a 3D filter on each one and then I added sparkle.  To add the sparkle in the software I use I chose a surface filter and then chose texture and turned the amplification up as high as I could.  Repeat the process to give it more sparkle.

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My next digital scrapbook page is nature up and close with my macro lens.  The sweet bee embellishments were a perfect play on words for my bee photos.


For the flag banner I chose the yellow flag border and then changed to pink so it would pop from the paper behind it.  I then layered the XOXO border over it and off set it a bit to give the layered look.


Here I resized and layered the two large hearts.  For the pink one I added a 3D edge to give dimension.


To give the bee a feeling of movement on the page I added a dotted swirly line.  I changed the color to blue to match the dotted line on the Bee Mine embellishment.

Have fun playing with this Bee Mine Kit with all of the adorable embellishments!


6 thoughts on “How to Create Bee Mine Digital Scrapbook Pages

  1. These are wonderful, Beth! Your macro photos are amazing. Thanks for the great ideas. I haven’t scrapped (hands on or digitally) for a couple of months. I need to get back to it. These really inspire! Thank you. <3

  2. Love these layouts and the beautiful pictures. Being honey beekeepers, I can appreciate the bees. Thanks for sharing. (Can you edit the page? You’re missing “how’ in your journaling.)

    1. Thank you Marianne! I love taking photos of bees! And thank you for catching the typo! I have fixed it and thankfully I haven’t printed it yet!

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