Take a look at her card below and notice the Early Espresso Cardstock frame that is hexagon in shape:
When you open up the card, the hexagon sentiment layer is actually glued to the inside of the card:
See what it looks like:
Here are the steps. First cut out the "hole" part of your hexagon. This is the part you will be using. Notice the line with the arrow on the photo below:
The line is pointing at the very first line to the left of the cutting track. This is the line we will be using as a guide so remember that it is the very first line. Using the photo below, line up the first "inside" side of your hexagon against the line shown in the photo above:
And then cut. Repeat for all six sides of your hexagon, using the same line as your guide:
Voila, a six-sided hexagon frame:
Now glue it to the front of your card where the hexagon hole is.
Now I know you are going to ask how to make the hole. First emboss the layer of cardstock and glue both layers of cardstock in place on the card front. Next use the hexagon punch from the bottom of the card and slide the punch as far as it will go and then punch through all three layers:
Doesn't that make for a nice frame around your hexagon? If you come in on the side of your card front rather than the bottom, the hexagon would be turned around 90 degrees so you can choose either way to create the hole.
Stampin' Up! supplies:
- Cardstock: Pear Pizzazz, Blushing Bride, Early Espresso, Whisper White
- Inks: Early Espresso
- Accessories: Pearl Jewels
- Stamps: Fabulous You, Six-sided Sampler
- Tools: Honeycomb Embossing Folder, Hexagon Punch, Paper Cutter, Big Shot Machine
- DSP: Neutrals Paper Stack, Subtles Paper Stack
Let the punching begin!