HAPPY EASTER and welcome to the Stamp Review Crew's latest blog hop. Our stamp set this time is the super trendy Six-Sided Sampler. You can click HERE for the complete blog roll or follow the links at the bottom of the page to hop from blog to blog.
My card is pretty traditional on the outside but has a BIG surprise on the inside!
As you follow the bee and unfold the paper it opens up. I guess this could be called a Hexagon Explosion Card. I saw a journal that folded up like this and thought it would work as a card style as well.
until it reaches the sweet center greeting.
I used MDS to create the base. Starting with a hexagon punch in the center of the page I copy and pasted punches and placed them at each side of the center hexagon. I left a very tiny margin in-between each hexagon to use as a guide for cutting.
I wanted this one to be a big as possible so I filled a 12" X 12" page (making sure not to go into the bleed area) and had it printed through Stampin' Up's printing service. Once it arrived, I cut around the outside edges and then cut on the inside lines as shown:
Once everything is cut, accordion fold the paper. Starting with the center hexagon fold it over and align it with the adjacent hexagon.