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New Video! 2 Tricks for the Hexagon Punch

Don’t you love it when you learn new ways to use your paper crafting tools?  In today’s 1 Minute to WOW! Video Tutorial, I’ll share two fun tricks for using the Stampin’ Up! Hexagon Punch.

Punch hexagon stampin up stampin up card ideasThe first, shared with me by my friend and Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator, Patty Bennett, is how to use the punch to create the easiest flagged end ever!  The second is my trick for creating the sweet little pocket.  Both ideas were used on the card from yesterday’s post below.  Original card details including layer measurements here.

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27 thoughts on “New Video! 2 Tricks for the Hexagon Punch”

  1. Awesome, just awesome. Mary your videos are just perfect for those of us with limited time or short attention spans, or both! Thanks so much!

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  2. Both the pocket idea and the flagging of the ends are super ideas. I had to laugh – I was looking at the blue one you cropped off and thought it might look cute as a baby boy diaper with some addition of a marker or even men’s briefs! Sorry, if I upset anybody with my thinking – I was thinking it would be cute hanging from the clothesline with those cute little clothespins!

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  3. Mary I think that the pocket is such a cute idea! I also like the idea for flagging the end of the papers. It looks much easier that the square. It is great that you can give us so much information in such a little amount of time.
    Thanks!

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  4. After seeing your card yesterday I played around with my hexagon punch. I like the look of punching out the whole hexagon, folding down the flap (at the same place you were cropping it) and adding a small brad or candy dot for the look of a buttoned flap that I’ve seen on some jeans! Cute…especially when stamped with the stitched hexagon stamp and folding the blank sides together to show the flap with stitching. I hope that’s not too confusing. Thanks for your tips, Mary!

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  5. Mary You are so amazing. Thank you for sharing some really cute ideas for using your punches. You are so creative. Thank You for sharing. Hugs, Ellen

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  6. I love your 1 Minute to Wow videos, Mary! You always have such great ideas! Thanks for sharing them!

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  7. STINKIN CUTE card Mary! How simple was making that pocket????? LOVE the dotted scallop border edge-TOTALLY completes the look. Thanks for yet another AMAZING one minute to wow video tutorial…..You really are the BEST!

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  8. Mary love your videos as always. straight to the point. Great idea on the hexagon. I always have difficulty with the square punch. This card is Adorable! I so love this color combination. Can’t wait to use it. Thanks for sharing!

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  9. You always have the neatest ideas on using tools for things other than what they were designed for. So, cool. Thanks for showing all of us your cool ideas!

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  10. I love it when you find new and awesome ways to use SU punches or dies. This little pocket is just darling with the hearts flying out of it!! Thank you Mary for sharing this idea and for your videos, they are always fun to watch.

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