Hexagon Fun

Hi guys!
I've been very, very busy on the Project Life front and have joined two brilliant groups on facebook, but I have made some changes too.  As soon as I've got some piccies ready, I'll update you on my progress.
In the meantime, I've been extremely busy on the card-making front as well.  I work in a care home and I make a card for each resident on their birthdays for all the staff to sign.  I had no idea there were so many in November and December.  This is partly why I haven't been on here so regularly, I've actually been making the cards and thoroughly enjoying this amazing hobby.
As well as that I run a card swap group.  There are ten members and we make a card for one other person in the group each month.  This is the card I made for Aileen Skene's birthday in October:

I saw something similar on Pinterest (if I ever find it again I promise I'll credit it) using a different dsp of course.  I am actually winning the battle to get through my dsp supplies, largely thanks to Project Life usage, so this was a great way to use up some of the smaller pieces I have left.  I had to really study it to work out how it's made, as the base layer is white, then a layer of Island Indigo card stock.  Then I cut the white top layer out and cut out the hexagon with my dies.  I cut out a small piece of white cardstock to stamp the sentiment on and stuck that onto the back of the top piece.  Then I die cut some little hexagons from the beautiful Twitterpated dsp.  I started with the bottom hexagon first, stuck that in place exactly where I wanted it, then trimmed off the bottom before adding  the rest of the hexagons.  I added a few little punched out flowers and there we are!  This was a really fun card to make and I was captured by the cleverness of it.  I'd definitely make some more as they're a great way to use up those last bits of dsp.  And once you've done that, you've got the perfect excuse... to go out and buy some more!
Happy crafting everyone
Jane xx


  1. Jane this is gorgeous, love the hexagons. think I might have to invest in some hexies

    Margaret xx


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