Monday, September 2, 2013

Christmas Six-Sided Sampler Card

1st card

2nd Card

Here's a couple cards I made the other day.  This was the first time I played with the Six-Sided Sampler and Hexagon Punch.  I have seen so many great cards using this stamp set.  I wanted to use it to make a Christmas Card.  I started with a piece of Crumb Cake and layer it with the hexagons.  After I finished the 1st card, I realized the patterns did not line up correctly and it was driving me crazy, so I sat down and made another one. I changed the card base and added another layer.

Let me know what you think.

Thanks for stopping by,

Stamps: Six-Sided Sampler  (C#130956, pg 125),  Warmth & Wonder - Holiday Hostess Stamp Set (C#131883, pg 39)

Punches/Dies: Hexagon Punch (# 130919, pg 180), Extra-Large Oval (C#119859, pg 182),

Paper: Very Vanilla (#101650, pg 145), Crumb Cake (#120953, pg 145), Raspberry Ripple (#126842, pg 141), Old Olive (#100702, pg 143)

Ink: Crumb Cake Ink (#126975, pg 145), Old Olive (#126953, pg 143), Raspberry Ripple (#126859, pg 141),

Accessories: Crochet Trim Ribbon (#118481, pg 173), Homemade Shimmer Spray

Adhesives: Stampin Dimensionals (#104430, pg 175)


  1. Love this card.........may have to copy for my cards. :) What color did you ink the edges with?? And can you share your dimensions of your layers?

    1. Thank you! I inked the edges with In-Color Baked Brown Sugar. The dimensions are the standard dimensions. The card front is 4-1/4" x 5-1/2", next layer 4" x 5-1/4", next layer 3-3/4" x 5"

  2. I had to scroll up & down a bit to find the difference (thought my monitor was just lagging and showing me the same pic twice for a minute). I like them both, but the second card does seem a little less busy or more serene - great idea, and wonderful color combination.

  3. I LOVE these cards. The distressing and colors are amazing. Great job!