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Happy Birthday

Its nephew's birthday party will next week and wanted to create a card for him.

I love hexagons and they are in a rage but you don't seem them in too many sizes. So I figured a way you can create your hexagon in any size using a Kreaxions Circle Cutter. Oh ya that baby is magic and so easy to make!

Here is my projects

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Step by Step: (I created the shape alittle bigger for you to see the steps better)

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1. Cut a cicle in chipboard, heavy cardstock or paper in any size you like. The one I made here is a 4 inch.

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2. At the 1/4 inch draw a line across and do the same thing on the opposite side in the bottom

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3. Find the middle in the left and right. Draw lines from the that center to the line above or bottom.

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4. Cut the sides off and you are ready to use as it or keep it as a template for future projects.

Here are the different sizes I made with this tutorial

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Thanks for Looking

Lucy Chesna

5 thoughts on “Happy Birthday

  1. Bev Code

    great card for newphew and fun tutorial .. TFS

  2. Jasmine

    Lucy, that is a fantastic idea…I have been looking for a hexagon punch to buy, but will stop searching and just use my *wonderful* circle cutter! Thanks!

  3. Linda Beeson

    Pretty clever, NICE!

  4. Lisa Moen

    Very clever Lucy! Love your card!

  5. GinniG

    OMG Lucy how CLEVER!!!!! I LOVE it!!!! TFS!!!

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Circle Cutter-

Tutorials

Happy Birthday

Its nephew's birthday party will next week and wanted to create a card for him.

I love hexagons and they are in a rage but you don't seem them in too many sizes. So I figured a way you can create your hexagon in any size using a Kreaxions Circle Cutter. Oh ya that baby is magic and so easy to make!

Here is my projects

100_7675

Step by Step: (I created the shape alittle bigger for you to see the steps better)

100_7667
1. Cut a cicle in chipboard, heavy cardstock or paper in any size you like. The one I made here is a 4 inch.

100_7668
2. At the 1/4 inch draw a line across and do the same thing on the opposite side in the bottom

100_7669
3. Find the middle in the left and right. Draw lines from the that center to the line above or bottom.

100_7670
4. Cut the sides off and you are ready to use as it or keep it as a template for future projects.

Here are the different sizes I made with this tutorial

100_7673
Thanks for Looking

Lucy Chesna

5 thoughts on “Happy Birthday

  1. Bev Code

    great card for newphew and fun tutorial .. TFS

  2. Jasmine

    Lucy, that is a fantastic idea…I have been looking for a hexagon punch to buy, but will stop searching and just use my *wonderful* circle cutter! Thanks!

  3. Linda Beeson

    Pretty clever, NICE!

  4. Lisa Moen

    Very clever Lucy! Love your card!

  5. GinniG

    OMG Lucy how CLEVER!!!!! I LOVE it!!!! TFS!!!

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Your email address will not be published.