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Good Morning! i am oarticipating in an IG Hop today that is all about rediscovering your supplies. This is a monthly hop and if you would like to participate please message @craftwithme101 on Instagram.

Every month we choose a theme and this month the theme is ENCOURAGEMENT. The hop line-up can be found on my Instagram @expressivepaper

Card supplies

  • Penguin Palace Perfect Cuts
  • Gina K Designs Master Layout 2
  • The Maker’s Movement Sweet Summer Paper Pack
  • Pinkfresh Studios Believe In Yourself Stamps & Dies
  • Kat Scrappiness Aqua AB Gems
  • Spellbinder’s Embossing folder
  • Neenah Classic Crest 110lb Solar White
  • Die-cutting machine
  • Bearly Arts Liquid Glue
  • Gina K Design’s Tape Runner
  • Gina K’s Black Amalgam Ink

Card details

  • Cut, score and fold a top-folding A2 card base.
  • Cut a piece of black card stock 3 6/8” x 5”
  • Using the largest rectangle from Master layouts 2 cut a piece of white card stock.
  • Choose 3 pieces of the patterned paper and die-cut using the hexagon die.
  • Use the same die to cut several hexagons from white card stock.
  • Set aside one hexagon for sentiment.
  • Place the other hexagons in an embossing folder and run through your die-cut machine.
  • Lay out your hexagons on the white panel.
  • The three patterned hexagons should be placed first as the focal point and taped with removable tape.
  • Place the white
  • Trim off excess and use to pieces to fill entire panel.
  • Adhere to black card panel.
  • Using GKD Amalgam Ink stamp your sentiment.
  • On a separate white scrap, stamp the word BELIEVE and cut with coordinating die.
  • Add foam tape to the back of the sentiment and hexagon and adhere to main panel.
  • Add foam to back of main panel and adhere to card base.
  • Throw on a few gems and your done!

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