Tuesday, October 16, 2012

A Hexagon Mini Album


Last night on Crafters Anonymous Tia taught us this album cut from DSP but it's no bigger than an A4. The original Tia saw at our Heartfelt Event in Auckland but we weren't sure who made it - so if it was you please let me know! It was on the table with the fabric display! It's a FANTASTIC thing, easy to make and you can use it in lots of different ways - either as a mini album or even a special card - great for sending to family where you could put photos of the grandchildren or something on it! I don't think you would have a big bow like this on one of those! hehe


I stamped directly on the DSP and sponged edges to make the hexagons stand out.
I have enjoyed crafting after a 2 week break, so I now have some samples to share!

NEWS FLASH!!!
I have heard that the original creator was the lovely Kayoto Daly from Christchurch and it was at the Christchurch event not the Auckland one. Thanks so much Kayoto for letting us know - we always LOVE to give the credit where it is due!!

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3 comments:

  1. This is lovely Julia! I don't remember seeing it though. Would love to know how to do it too. Hope the owner wons up!

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    1. Hi Paula,

      The hexagonal mini-album you saw at the Auckland Heartfelt event was mine, I made it for the Christchurch event. I'm so happy someone liked it! I've made several over the years. I will email you photos of the one made for the Heartfelt event.

      Kayoko (kayoko@slingshot.co.nz)

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    2. I'm sorry, I mis-typed and should have said Hi Julia (and Paula!)!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
      (It's late at night...)

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