• J. Wallace

Possibilities

Updated: 16 hours ago


Hi friends, thank you for stopping by.  Today I'm sharing a card made from  

Becca Feeken's  Amazing Paper Grace die of the month. {November} 

 I love the hexagon shape and intricate layers that come with the die set which layer beautifully together or can be used separately.  

   One of the things I love about dies cuts is they're versatility.  You can mix, match and even cut them apart and use the pieces as embellishments.  The possibilities are endless, and that's why they'r my favorite crafting tool. 

Today's card is easy to make. You need the APG November die, some mauve and white

card stock. { I use 110 lb card stock} card  flowers and leaves which can be handmade or store bought. 

Directions: Start with a piece of  mauve colored card stock { your choice of colors} and fold it in half.  Lay the die cut on the fold, with the top edge just above the fold and run it through your die cut machine, which should create a fold at the top, which will be your card base.  Cut out the remaining dies alternating between mauve and white.  The small middle hexagon can be used to stamp a message.   Finish off the card with some flowers, leaves and a bow if you wish.  

I'd love to hear from you, questions and comments are always welcome.

J. Wallace/ Lady J paper crafts.

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