Hey there, Crazy fans! Back today with this week’s Crazy 4 Challenges! This week, Kristine is challenging us to use hexagons in our designs. MFT has so many hexagons to choose from it was a matter of deciding which one I wanted to use. In the end, I chose to use Die-namics Open Hexagon Borders.
I wanted to use the smallest size, so I stamped a few lines from Washi Patterns on Primitive White card stock with Black Licorice ink and cut out the die. Then I arranged the die cuts on a Primitive White card stock base and stamped the sentiment, from Clearly Sentimental About Sympathy, on a Die-namics Layered Label die cut and popped it up on foam.
Here’s the inside with another sentiment from Clearly Sentimental About Sympathy:
And that's it! Be sure to check out what the rest of the design team has for you!
- Andrea Murdock
- Anja de Regt
- Barbara Anders (<-- that's me!)
- Betty Wright
- Frances Byrne
- Jessie Rone
- Joanne Grzelak—taking a break
- Kelli Hull
- Kristine Reynolds
- Peggy McCurry
- Silke Kittmann
- Silke Ledlow
- Amber Hillman – June Guest Designer
THEN, you know what to do--we'd love to have you come along and play with us. Just do your thing with the challenge and link it to Mr. Linky on the Crazy 4 Challenges blog. Please link directly to your project. And, if you upload to a public gallery, please use the key word C4C192.
Thanks so much for stopping by today!
Stamps: Washi Patterns, Clearly Sentimental About Sympathy (MFT)
Paper: Primitive White card stock (MFT)
Ink: Black Licorice ink (MFT)
Accessories/tools: Vagabond; Die-namics Open Hexagon Borders, Die-namics Layered Label (MFT); foam tape