Mini Photo Tutorial: Hexagon Punch Star Fold Card - Embellish

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Very nice and great that it uses scraps. Cute!

LOVE, love, love this!! Will be using this on my gift card holders this season. Thank you for the great post!! ~Shawn Marie O'Connell

beautiful! you are amazing!! thanks for sharing your discovery - my Christmas card club ladies will love this card.

Oooo... What a pretty result from such a simple technique! Gotta try this myself. =)

What a lovely idea! I must try that technique

Can't wait to use this on my projects. Very simple yet dramatic! Thanks as always Lyssa!

Lyssa you rock! Thanks AGAIN for sharing and inspiring us.


Just got the hexagon punch. Glad to have another way to use it. Really like the first card - will probably be CASEing it soon. And the way you figured out the corners from the windows framelit - very cool. Thanks for sharing!

WHOA!! Love it!!! I'm gonna CASE for my Calendar Club girls for sure! Thank you SO much for always sharing your ideas FREELY. Love you!!!

I love this idea, Lyssa! I am envisioning a poinsettia made with this technique, maybe even a couple of layers made with different sizes of hexagons. I'm off to play! Thanks for the inspiration!

This is gorgeous! Thanks for sharing. I'm going to make some of these.

Beautiful! Love the magic of a simple fold making something that looks complicated!

I am a new stamper and the hexagon punch star cards are just beautiful. Can't wait to look at your whole blog. Thanks!

Super cute idea!! I think I can even handle it. I am usually such a clutz when it comes to folding things! Shall give this a go!!

How fun and pretty! I have to try this! I would love to see how the poinsettia would turn out. I hope she shares it with you/us! This will be interesting to try with different papers. Thanks for the fun idea!

So pretty!

Wonderful technique!!! Very cool card. Gotta try this one!

All of your tutorials are just awesome and really inspire me. This technique looks really neat and I will be trying it soon.

Such a sweet technique! Thanks for sharing the tutorial. I love the braided ribbon on the first card. Your projects are always so inspiring!

Thanks so much for the tute Lyssa. What an awesome idea & beautiful card. I love that you centred the dsp patterns for a totally symmetrical look.
Inky hugs, Di

Lyssa, My Mojo has left town and I was looking for something different. Thanks to you I found it. Can't wait to try it. Thanks for the tutorial.

Beautiful card and wonderful idea I can't wait to try it. Thanks for sharing.

Thanks so much for sharing this idea! The first card is stunning! Planning to incorporate it into my framed Christmas samplers for an upcoming club and class.

Gorgeous card, TFS!

I plan to try this out....thank you for the instructions.

Great card! I will be doing this!

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