Saturday, May 31, 2014

Red, White & Blue Honeycomb

Hello everybody!  Hope you're having a wonderful weekend.

I saw a card similar to this in an old Card Maker magazine and just had to try it. Using red, white & blue made it work for the Mod Squad Challenge this week.

The honeycomb and hexagon stamps are from Stephanie Barnard's Stamps of Life; the sentiment is from Gina K Designs. The ribbon was purchased from my local Hobby Lobby, and I used two oval punches from EK Success for the sentiment. I think I got those through Stampin Up! The blue ink is from Gina K Designs and the red ink is Tim Holtz Distress Ink also purchased at a local store.

The honeycomb stamp set has several different designs that go with it, so I had to pick out what I thought would work best. Once I figured out the designs to use, this was a fun card to create.  I've had this set for several years & never before thought about inking it in red, white & blue! I like the result.

Thank you for stopping by today. I appreciate your visits and comments very much. Hope to see you again soon!


  1. Love, love, love this!! Honeycomb patterns are one of my all time favorites. Great job Sharon

  2. Great card. I would not have thought to use the Honeycomb patterns for this either.

  3. Gorgeous card. I love the papers that you used.


  4. What a great use of those honeycomb stamps - I have a set and don't use them enough. Thanks for the wonderful inspiration. Your layout is just beautiful, great take on the challenge!!

  5. I love your patriotic hexagon card. Neat take on the challenge.

  6. What a super FUN layout! Love the patterns and designs in the hexagons too! Thanks for playing along!


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