o there we were on a safari,


jar-of-beesIn search of the finest bees wax that one could find. "Not!"

Bees Wax

jar-of-beesMy friend Joyce from Nanas Little Hobby and I had an art date.

Bees Wax

jar-of-beesIf you stop by HERE you can read her post you about the beginning of our adventure, and see Joyce's work.

Bees Wax

jar-of-beesExperimenting in bees wax is really interesting, It's not something you can plan really, The accidents create wonderful effects. So adding a bit of Perfect Pearls to highlight, and then buffing to shine adds just the finishing touch.


jar-of-beesI added a bit of vintage ribbon to the back to be able to hang this one.

Bees Wax

jar-of-beesThen I covered the back with a dreamy paper by Webster's Pages, which I had purchased last December.

Back of Bees Wax collage

jar-of-beesIf you would like to see more Bees Wax adventure, you can visit HERE.


jar-of-beesI love this song, it is Fireflies. I will leave you with a dreamy image to let your imagination soar as you listen to these lyrics to a happy little tune...



Paris Night Silhouettes

princess-serendipitycreated especially for Katelyn


Diva Kreszl said...

I've been wanting to try working with bees wax and now I shall!

Anonymous said...

Wowsers, this is very cool!

Tristan Robin Blakeman said...

I never use bees wax - it's too much of a mess for me LOL.

But I love it when I'm in a workshop and people are working with it - it smells SO good!

Your "waxed" flowers are just beautiful!

Vee said...

How lovely! Now I'm off to read the other side of the story.

Cottage Rose said...

Hello Karen... I have not heard of using bees wax,, and now I know.. I love how yours turned out,, just gorgeous... I will have to give it a try some time,,, when I am brave enough.... lol


MARIA said...

You know Karen that I love your artwork.
You are very creative - it is a gift from God. You are blessed.

You also created your Playlist.

God bless you always my dear friend!

cinner said...

Love the ideas, very interesting, love the finished results.

Elyse said...

you are so groovy, karen!


Joyce said...

OOOHH! Karen they came out so beautifully! I can't wait to show Katelyn "Princess Serendipity". She will be so excited. She talks about helping on our "art" all the time. I think we have found a little kindred spirit. I think that she is going to be my little protege.

Alison Gibbs said...

Karen what a great look the bees wax creates

laurie @ bargain hunting said...

Karen, lovely post, but I love that last image. It is soooo dreamy. Thank you for sharing all of your talents. laurie

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

Karen, these are exquisite. How I long to have an ART DATE with someone like you! Blessings to you, Anita

Kathleen Grace said...

Very cool! I like the shine and texture you got with the wax. I always learn something new here:>)

Terri Morse said...

Hi Karen! Wow! You've really gotten me excited about beeswax collage. A few months ago, I bought a melting pot and some beeswax but I've yet to experiment. Time to get out the stash of Pearl-ex powders and melt some wax! I love the effect of the powders with the wax. Thanks for the inspiration!

Nessimonster said...

Wow! The wax creates a very finished effect. I just love it! Thanks for always sharing your beautiful creations!