Tuesday, February 7, 2012

You Can Do Anything Card (March 2012 Card Kit)

Hi all! Kristina here!

Today I have a video and card made with supplies from the March 2012 Card Kit! I love the patterns in the 6x6 pad in this kit (My Mind's Eye's Follow Your Heart Be Amazing 6x6 pad), specifically the hexagon pattern. It was a happy accident that I fell into this card design.

You'll see in the video that I originally planned to use the hexagons by themselves so I cut them out of the paper. But after seeing the negative space left behind, I was intrigued! Changed my mind and used the negative instead and am saving those hexagons for another card. :)

Anyhow, enjoy! You can get your March 2012 Card Kit HERE, or subscribe to receive this kit and future kits as well HERE.

Enjoy!

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14 comments:

  1. WOW i totally love that honeycomb look...this was amazing...great cutting by the way with the xacto knife.
    I must say your finger nails are painted so awesome...love your card...

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  2. This is very cool! I can't wait to get my card kit!!

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  3. What a great card Kristina! I love that paper, so many different things you can do with it. Thanks for sharing with us.

    Elaine Allen

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  4. Love the hexagons, and using the negative!

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  5. What a great card. Thanks for sharing the video. That paper is great.

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  6. Love how you used the negative of that paper. It really looked cool. Can't wait for my kit!

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  7. LOVE the card!! THANKS for sharing Kristina!! Have a FABULOUS WEEK!! =)

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  8. I like the idea of making the focal point of the card separately, I have been making my scrapbook clusters in a similar aw at the moment.

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  9. love the look you created! the punched out geometric shaped look fab :)

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  10. I like that honeycomb too. Will make a great backdrop for a swarm of bees :-)

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  14. Love the use of the negative from the cut outs - it is a spectacular card ! Thanks for sharing !

    Karenajo

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