Autumn Cut File 20 of 20: Hexagon Wreath

Sunday, November 20, 2022

 The 20th and last of the 20 Days of Autumn Cut Files is a Hexagon Wreath and was just emailed out and the file uploaded to the secret folder!

Here are 2 layouts made with today's Hexagon Wreath from the 20 Days of Autumn Cut Files:
Design Team Member Noelle Culp created this beautiFALL layout! She says, "I created this page by first backing the Hexagon Wreath cut from white cardstock with papers from Garden Shoppe. I made the background by ink blending Distress Oxides then added a stencil on top of it. I splashed a few colors around the page as well. Then I adhered the cut file to the page and embellished with Thickers and copper foil hearts from the Foam Phrase Stickers!"

SUPPLIES: Patterned papers, stickers, Thickers, embellishments: GARDEN SHOPPEwhite cardstockDistress Oxides; Cut file: Hexagon Wreath from the 20 Days of Autumn Cut Files by Paige Evans

Design Team Member Jackie Ashton created this amazing layout! She says, "I used the lovely Garden Shoppe collection for my page. I started by cutting the Hexagon Wreath from a green paper in the 12x12 Paper Pad and backed it using patterned papers from the 6x8 Paper Pad. Before adding it to my white cardstock background, I positioned the wreath and added ink splatters following the outside shape of the wreath. I then used the Acrylic Stamps around the lower edge of the wreath so they formed an extra layer of design. I added the wreath to my cardstock using 3D foam behind the flowers to give it added dimension. Thanks so much for stopping by and have a great day!"

SUPPLIES: Patterned papers, stickers, stamps, embellishments: GARDEN SHOPPE; white cardstock; Cut file: Hexagon Wreath from the 20 Days of Autumn Cut Files by Paige Evans
Purchase all of the 20 Days of Autumn Cut Files or find the bundle in my Etsy Shop and you can also grab the cut files individually HERE!
I hope you have enjoyed this series of cut files! Do you have any suggestions for the next bundle?
Have a happy scrappy rest of the weekend!

1 comment

  1. It's an unusual shape but cool. Break from the circle.


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