August 3, 2013

Dynamic Duos #64!

Hexagons are so popular right now and I'm seeing them all over blog land. That's what I used today for my background layers for the Dynamic Duos Challenge. We have lucious colors for you to use today:

I used two rows of hexagons for the background layers and added my flowers and sentiment in single and pop-up layers from there:
These flowers are all stamped using the coordinating inks and then hand-cut. I added "Pearl Jewels" in different sizes in the center of each flower:

For the sentiment I inked up the stamp in Jet Black StazOn Ink on a skinny strip of Whisper White Cardstock and cut one end of my strip with the "Curly Label Punch". Here is a listing of supplies I used:
  • Cardstock: Whisper White, Basic Black, Strawberry Slush, Daffodil Delight
  • Inks: Strawberry Slush, Daffodil Delight, Jet Black StazOn
  • Stamps: Six Sided Sampler, Fabulous Florets
  • Tools: Hexagon Punch, Paper Snips, Curly Label Punch, Stampin' Dimensionals
  • Accessories: Pearl Jewels
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  1. What a gorgeous card!! I love the flowers over the hexagons.

  2. The black background REALLY make the colours pop, love it!

  3. Very pretty! Great job with the colors!

  4. I love these colors against the black background. So pretty!

  5. Pretty pop of colour against the black. I really love the layout of the card.

    Ter ;)

  6. Stunning card Debbie - I love it.

  7. This is awesome! I'm going to CASE this and link back to your blog post for the idea. Beautiful! Love it! :) Janis

    1. Thanks Janis and sure, great that you like it enough to CASE!

  8. The flowers really pop off the black background, love the flowers and the hexagons.

  9. Debbie, here's the link to my card I CASE'd from your DT sample. I have linked to this post in my blog. Thank you for your inspiration! :) Janis

  10. This is gorgeous Debbie! I love those houndstooth hexagons in the background. The flowers just jump off the card. :)


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