How to Make a Hexagon Easel Card Using the Window Box Thinlits Dies

Hi there.  Welcome to my blog.  About seven years ago I was entirely obsessed with easel cards, particularly butterfly and circle ones.  Well, I still love making 3D cards and am always looking at my Stampin’ Up! dies to create fun folds.

Today I am sharing a tutorial on how to make a very simple Hexagon Easel Card using the Window Box Thinlits Dies which I’m happy to say are carrying over into the new catalogue in June.

Some of the products are not available until the release of the new annual, Stampin’ Up! Catalogue in June.  Until then, alternative stamps and DSP can be used in your project.  As long as you have the Window Box Thinlits Dies, you’re set to go!

Mini Tutorial – Hexagon Easel Card

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About Bronwyn Eastley

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4 thoughts on “How to Make a Hexagon Easel Card Using the Window Box Thinlits Dies

  1. This card is beautiful. Thank you Thank You for sharing. Can’t wait to make this for a Special Occasion.

  2. Thanks so much for sharing this project! You are so talented! Love your tutorials! Can’t wait to share this with my customers! Demo from central Texas.

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