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Here's a little different way to use your Hexagon Punch...


The envelope (above) has three hexagon pieces

on the outer flap.  Easy peasy!


HERE'S HOW:  1) Cut a piece of dark cardstock 4" wide x 3.75" high.  2) You will be punching from each side as far as the punch will reach in.  3) Find your exact center and make a pencil mark.  4) Punch the center image first.  5) Punch the top image.  6) Punch the bottom image.  7) Repeat on the other side, eyeballing each placement as you go.  8) Adhere the dark punched cardstock over your standard size light cardstock.  9) Add 3/4" circles and brads or Candy Dots with a Stampin' Dimensional to each center.



SUPPLIES & ACCESSORIES:  Perfectly Penned Stamp Set #128703-Wood / #122892-Clear, Midnight Muse Cardstock #126843, Whisper White Cardstock #100730, Daffodil Delight Cardstock #119683, Midnight Muse Stampin' Pad #126860, Hexagon Punch #130919, 3/4" Circle Punch #119873, Daffodil Delight 1/4" Stitched Grosgrain Ribbon #126872, Night of Navy Brads (retired), Stampin' Dimensionals #104430, Whisper White Medium Envelope #107301.

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Linda Aarhus, Stampin' Up! Demonstrator, Vancouver, WA



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Very interesting way to use the hexagon punch. Like how it turned out.

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  • Linda Aarhus

    Vancouver, WA • USA



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