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Hey there! We had a lovely time tonight at Dawn's stamping party. She had requested one of the cards be made with a new set she had just ordered, Six-Sided Sampler, and this is the card I came up with:


I CASED a card by Annette Elliott. Of course, I made a few changes, but it's basically the same colors, layout, and stamps. It was a super fun card for the party tonight!


I stamped more hexagons on the inside of the card to pull the outside and the inside together. We even decorated the inside of the envelope by cutting designer paper with the Envelope Liner Framelit Die. The sentiment on the inside is from a Dozen Thoughts.

Here's the supplies you need to make this card. Just click on any of the highlighted words and you will be taken directly to my Online Store

Six-Sided Sampler Bundle (stamp set & Hexagon Punch)

A Dozen Thoughts

Gingham GardenDesigner Paper

Pansy Punch

Itty Bitty Shapes Punch Pack

Brights Candy Dots

Banners Framelit Dies

Pacific Point cardstock

Daffodil Delight cardstock

Whisper White cardstock

That's all for now. Until tomorrow, have a Stampingrox! day!

All products used are ©Stampin'Up!™1990-2014


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Carol Payne

Thanks, Carol. I liked the idea to put the punched pansies behind the hexagons. It continued the "blossom" theme of the paper, stamps, and the itty bitty shapes flowers.

Carol Carriveau

Love your idea to put our darling little flowers behind the hexagons...and the the whole design!

Donna Ninness

I love it!!!!!!!!!!!!! are the best!!!

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