Sunday, June 30, 2013

Six Sided Sampler & Flower Shop

Happy Sunday Stampers!  Hope your Sunday is off to a beautiful start!  We are in the middle of a heat advisory weekend in Arizona! We reached 118 degrees yesterday! It's HOT!  I'm not a big fan of the heat. I burn easily in the sun, seriously!  Just ten minutes in the sun and I start turning red! Luckily for me, we have a cool color combo at Sunday Stamps to cool me off.  Thank you to ALL of you who joined us for the last challenge, WOW! Such inspiration from all 18 entries!

So this week, the color challenge is to use orange, blue and yellow in our creations. Make sure you stop by our blog to check out all the creations by my fellow designers.

For my card, I started off stamping the polka dot hexagon stamp from the Six Sided Sampler stamp set in Pumpkin Pie onto the Whisper White cardstock.  I did use the coordinating hexagon punch to punch them out, but I wanted some additonal layers and dimension. So I trimmed them off a bit and layered them onto the Pacific Point hexagon punch. Once I had all of that glued I stamped one of the flowers from Flower Shop onto the design.  I kept the rest of the card simple as I wanted to the colors and design to stand out. The sentiment is hard to read but it is from Banner Greetings and it read "Friends Forever". 

Hope this color combo inspires you to create something fun! Remember, our challenges are open for two weeks now. Hope you have a great week. Until next time. 


  1. What a neat use of the Hexagon punch Kathya, So much fun!

  2. I love how you stamped over the cutout hexagons! The blue in the background panel really accentuates the Pumpkin Pie color. Terrific card, Kathya! I hope you don't mind that I'll be pinning your card onto my "Cards with Hexagon" pinterest board. (
    Thanks for the inspiration!
    :) Marie

  3. Hexagons and flowers, what's not to like! Great card Kathya.

  4. I really like how you stamped the flower over top of all the punched hexs and then added the tiny punched flower. Looks fab!

  5. I love this card, Kathya - it's so bold and vibrant. Love how you've stamped the flowers amongst the hexagons.

  6. Yuck to the 118 degree temps.. I would truly melt!!! Your card came out great.. I love how the black flowers pop out against the cute background you created.


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