Thursday, July 25, 2013

Epic Day This and That Designer Series Paper and the Hexagon Punch

While I was looking at the patterns in my Epic Day This and That Designer Series Paper and saw that two of the sheets had a Hexagon Design I thought that the paper would coordinate nicely with my Hexagon Punch.  Just one of the reasons I love Stampin' Up!- so many coordinating products.
My card base is Pool Party Card Stock that I layered with a piece of Basic Gray Card Stock and then a smaller piece of Epic Day This and That Paper.  I cut my Basic Gray layer with my Large Scallop Edgelit and also embellished it using the Essentials Paper-Piercing Pack.  I stamped my Hexagons which are from the Six-Sided Sampler Stamp set and then placed them onto my Designer Paper on top of the hexagon designs using dimensionals. 
So, I used coordinating Designer Series Paper, a Stamp Set, and a Punch.  And, as an added bonus, the Six-Sided Sampler Bundle can be purchased at a 15% discount and this includes the stamp set in wood or clear and the Hexagon Punch.
The following were used:
Card Stock:  Pool Party #122925, Basic Gray #121044
Designer Series Paper:  Epic Day This and That #130814
Ink:  Pool Party #126982
Stamp Set:  Six-Sided Sampler #130953 w or #130956 c
Punch:  Hexagon
Stamp Set and Punch as a bundle:  #132725 w or #132724 c
Tools:  Big Shot #113439, Large Scallop edgelits #127019, Paper-Piercing Tool #126189, Stampin' Pierce Mat #126199, Essentials Paper-Piercing Pack #126187

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