Inspired by Stamping, Joanna Munster, Hexagons Stamp Set, Festive Greetings stamp set, Holiday Ornaments stamp set, Christmas Card, Watercolor Christmas card

Happy Monday Friends! Today it is my turn to share a Christmas hexagon card with you. I have a quick video tutorial also below on how to create these watercolor Hexagon background shapes.

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Inspired by Stamping, Joanna Munster, Hexagons Stamp Set, Festive Greetings stamp set, Holiday Ornaments stamp set, Christmas Card, Watercolor Christmas card

After stamping my watercolor background, I then stamped these images with Distress ink using Barn Door, Peeled Paint & Cracked Pistachio ink.

Inspired by Stamping, Joanna Munster, Hexagons Stamp Set, Festive Greetings stamp set, Holiday Ornaments stamp set, Christmas Card, Watercolor Christmas card

Next, I grabbed our Fancy Labels 3 Die and our Festive Greetings stamp set and created this little banner. I then popped everything up using some foam dimensionals. I thought it needed just a little more bling and used a few silver sequins.

I hope that you have enjoyed the quick video tutorial on how to create these watercolor hexagons. You could create gorgeous color combos with these. For more video tutorials don’t forget to check out our Newsletter classroom by signing up here. We have six video tutorials and more coming every other week!

Thanks so much for stopping by! With stamping hugs and love, Joanna

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[All supplies are linked to multiple sources in the thumbnails at the end of this post. Compensated affiliate links used at no cost to you. It’s just a way to offer you a complete supply list of all the products that I use and to help you create today’s card from start to finish.]


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