Sunday, July 8, 2012

Hexagon Coverplate!

Hello, dear readers!

Wow, it feels like i've fallen off the face of the crafting world! Haha!  Am a one-man show in our house chores this past week (and more coming) so it's been impossible to do some scrapping and card-making.  Just a quick post today to share what i was able to do before my necesarrily self-imposed crafting break :)

I just love this hexagon coverplate by Papertrey Ink!  I used it like an Impression Plate on these cards.










Hope your weekend has been great!

Thank you for stopping by today!

-Mayol


Supply list:
Cardstock; patterned papers - Prima (Celebrate with Jack & Jill Collection 6x6 pad); stamps (We Go Together, Just the Ticket), dies (Limitless Layers 2.25" Ovals, Ticket Border, Half & Half, Flip Flop, Coverplate: Hexagons), button (Raspberry Fizz), inks - Papertrey Ink; twine - AC; adhesives - EK Success, Kokuyo Dot Liner, double-sided tissue tape; square punch - EK Success.


7 comments:

craftmates said...

Beautiful cards Mayol! Such sweet colour. I love that hexagon plate! -Irma

Leigh said...

Fabulous cards, Mayol! You should submit them for this week's MIM at Papertrey Ink, if you haven't already....

Joyce said...

I love how the hexagon cover plate looks used as an IP. Very fun, and your patterned papers make for such cute cards. Sorry you are alone in your chores--seems like the woman's lot in life sometimes.

Kim said...

All three of your cards are just so fabulous...I love how you used the hexagon cover plate to emboss, just so clever and those colors and flip flips so sweet. Wonderful card.

carol (krillsister) said...

Awesome cards. Love those soft colors as well as the patternpapers.

Chris said...

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fishydesign said...

The hexagon plate is amazing! I still haven't decided on whether or not to get it yet :D But I really like the subtle texture on patterned paper!