Fiskars Hexagon Squeeze Punch ... I Just Can't Put It Down!

Yes, I love my hexagon squeeze punch.  I've tried cutting out hexagon's by hand and they never look just right.  If a hexagon is off a little it just doesn't look right.  I hope we see more of this type of shape, I call them quilting shapes, in the future.

This is my sweet Ali back at Easter.  Her skin is so beautiful that I could not help but call the layout "peaches 'n cream."

Sweet Peaches 'n Cream
Let's Break It Down
Bo Bunny Ambrosia paper collection
Fiskars Hexagon Squeeze Punch
Blue Fern Studio chipboard (branch with bird)
May Arts Ribbon
Webster's Pages Storytellers
Queen & Co. Pearls
Martha Stewart Flocking Transfer Kit (bird at the bottom of the page)
Inspired by a sketch created by Carin McDonough

Giveaway Winners
Thanks for leaving comments.  They are always welcomed and appreciated.  Here are the two winners of the Christmas books.

Dictionary said...
What great projects, Love that layout with the photo of the girls..just so sweet!
Gill said...
I love those photos & your scrapbook page.  I am so looking forward to 12 Days of Home for the Holidays - I really enjoyed it last year.

Congratulations!  Please send me your snail mail address and I'll get this off to you.

I'm looking forward to my guests for the 12 Days of Home for the Holidays.  I also have some spectacular sponsors for the giveaway.  

Have A Crafty Weekend!


  1. Adorable! Great photo. Love the hexagons. I have some hexagon dies but a punch is so much more convenient!

  2. Great use of this punch. Adorable layout.

  3. What a beautiful baby! And a lovely layout to showcase her!

  4. I need this punch!


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