Good Morning Y’all! Today I have an exciting project showcasing my crafty friend, Ann Butler’s brand new stencil release with StencilGirl®! Now, you know that I LOVE Ann’s Faux Quilted Stamps and these stencils are the perfect addition! So, let’s create a Hexagon Hello Card to brighten anyone’s day!
Create a Hexagon Hello Card with Stencils from Ann Butler Designs
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Here’s what you need to create a happy hexagon pattern:
- Ann Butler’s EZ De’s Stencil by StencilGirl® Hexagons Set 1
- Ann Butler Crafter’s Ink by Clearsnap® Limelight, Lilac, and Aquamarine
- Sponge Pouncers – these are similar to mine
- MONO Permanent Adhesive by Tombow
- Fudenosuke Brush Pen, Twin Tip by Tombow
- MONO Drawing Pens by Tombow
- Kraft Cardstock
- White Cardstock
- Scissors – I love my Fiskars!
Here’s how to create a colorful stenciled hexagon pattern:
To start the hexagon hello card, stencil the Hexagon Set 1 onto white cardstock with Lilac, Limelight, and Aquamarine Crafter’s Inks using the Stylus and Tips. Load the Stylus by pouncing onto the ink pad and then apply the ink using a swirling motion. Once dry, layer the stencil patterns and the ink colors to create a printed fabric effect.
Cut out all the Hexagons with scissors and dry fit in a 5 wide stripe across the front of the card. Attach with MONO Permanent Adhesive Runner. Mix and match the colors to create a faux quilted look.
Lay out an organic pattern on the inside of the card and attach the Hexagons with the adhesive runner. Draw lines around the Hexagon pattern with MONO Drawing Pen 01, then add the sentiment with the 05.
To finish the hexagon hello card, add the outline with MONO Drawing Pen 01 to the front of the card. With the black tip of the Fudenosuke Brush Pen hand letter the word HELLO to the front of the card.
Create a Happy Hexagon Hello Card
I hope you have enjoyed my Hexagon Hello Card and that you will use this project as a jumping-off point to showcase YOUR Ann Butler Stencil creativity! For tons more inspiration, visit Ann Butler Designs on Facebook and Instagram! Stop back by for the next stencil reveal – the rails!
Check out another Faux Quilted project, Monogram Gift Bags that are quick and easy for any special occasion.
Thanks for stopping by!