CASD#31 Hexagon Party Card. Video

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Hi everyone! Today I’m sharing another Clean & Simple Die Cutting episode using dies from Spellbinders and stamps from Neat & Tangled.

This post is from the bi-weekly “Clean & Simple Die Cutting” series. You can view all posts from this series by clicking here.

Today I’m going to use larger hexagon die from the Spellbinder’s Hexagons die set, I have already shared a few videos with this set previously:

I’m also going to use a few pieces of cardstock. These are some left over pieces that I have from my previous projects. If you don’t have colored cardstock you can use white and simply add color to is using markers or ink pads. Cards like this are a good way to utilize any left over pieces of cardstock that you might have and dont want to through away. You can also try this technique with bits and pieces of pattern paper, it think its going to look very cool too.

Yana Smakula | Clean & Simple Die Cutting using Hexagon dies from Spellbinders and stamps from Neat & Tangled

As always, I’m sharing a video tutorial. You can watch it here or on my Youtube channel.

If you liked this video, please click that Like button, comment this video and share it with your crafty friends. Thank you!

A few more card details:

Yana Smakula | Clean & Simple Die Cutting using Hexagon dies from Spellbinders and stamps from Neat & Tangled

Yana Smakula | Clean & Simple Die Cutting using Hexagon dies from Spellbinders and stamps from Neat & Tangled

Yana Smakula | Clean & Simple Die Cutting using Hexagon dies from Spellbinders and stamps from Neat & Tangled


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4 Comments

    1. Great idea for using up those scraps that I never throw away. Cute card and I love the color combo. This is the first time I have seen those sequins really close up and they are the bomb! Gotta get some! TFS.

      1. thanks! I didn’t like them at first, but after I tried them on a card I changed my mind. Have already used them on some other projects too.

    1. Very unique and original~ A lot of work too Yana~ Really liked your sharing this technique as I’ve never seen this done~ 🙂

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