Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Hexagons

Good morning!
I'm here to share my project for this weeks challenge at City Crafter Challenge Blog...


You've been Hexed!

 Cheryl is our host this week and the challenge she has set is to use a hexagon(s) on our projects ...
These certainly seem to be the new 'thing' on the crafting circuit and they look so pretty ... 
I always think of maths when I think of hexagons ... fortunately I liked maths ... 
Here's what I came up with 


Not too sure if you can make out that the box is a hexagon ... kind of hard to photograph


The lovely paper was a gift from my sweet friend Keren


... both the box and the hexagon overlay were cut on my Cameo ... and the roses are made by me


We are lucky to have the fabulous Lauren Bergold guesting for us for the next few weeks so please hop over and check out her project and those of the rest of the DT. 
Full details of the challenge and the prize on offer are also on the City Crafter blog ... I hope you will be inspired to join us ... we'd love to see what you create!

I'm also linking this to the challenge at Moxie Fab World where there is a hooked on Hexagon Challenge too

Have a beautiful day ... 

~ Ros ~




17 comments:

Lynnda said...

WOW ...what a gorgeous gift box and the card!!! I love the colors..the ribbons and blooms too... you are awesome Ros... hugs...xoxo

Jeanneke said...

Wow, that looks great!
Beautiful card and box. Your roses are so pretty.
Cheers!

Jeanneke.

Sasha said...

Lovely hexagon themed card and box, Ros. Your roses are so pretty x

Heidi said...

Absolutely stunning!
Beautiful colours:)
Hugs, Heidi:)

Sue said...

WOW! Have you excelled yourself or what? I just love the hexagonal overlay. Clever! The box ain't bad either. Just joking, it's brilliant.
You must have some high tech gadgets...lovely work.
xx

Ira Huberts said...

Now this is what I call brilliant Ros! Hexagons are so difficult to work with, but you've still managed to come up with something as romantic as this, gorgeous works!
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Sylvia said...

Beautiful card, box and overlay, Ros, the the roses and the colors you used. Have a wonderful Wednesday!

Linda R said...

WOW! This is gorgeous. Love the soft blue tones you used. And your hexagon layover is so cool. And what a cute box. So creative my friend.

Hugs~

Sleepy Stamper said...

Beautiful projects Ros the box is just too cute! Love the color scheme.

Hugs,
Anitra

lauren bergold said...

holy WOW you *MADE* those roses??!?!?! seriously?! they are ♥ASTONISHING♥, as is the rest of your glorious gift set! (& YES it's totally clear--& SERIOUSLY IMPRESSIVE--that the box is a hex shape! awesome!) as soon as i saw that cool cut-away grid i started thinking, "...i need an electronic cutter..." lol; it looks so very FABULOUS!!! (kinda like SOMEONE i know, missus!) ♥♥♥

Barbara said...

That box is a real exe-catcher! I assumed it was a hexagon as well - but no matter, it's gorgeous. Love the card, too, somehow it looked like whatever these boards are called in bee hives where the honey is being made. Not that it's all that relevant: it's a fabulous card!

Stella said...

Sigh...pure beauty in blue and hexagons. I love the hexagon overlay and I can still see that gorgeous patterned paper. My oh my. And you made the flowers yourself? Geesh; Prima will be jealous:)
Love this!
XXXXXXX

Kirsty Vittetoe said...

Beautiful gift set, I just love those soft colors and lovely embellies!

Tracy said...

The first thing I wondered when I saw this card was "where did she find a die like that?" I should have know it was cut on your amazing Cameo. Those hexagons really are hot and your projects are totally smokin' Ros. Hugs!

Jinny Newlin said...

Oooo! So pretty! LOVE that gorgeous, little box! And those blues are so fresh! Yum!

Diane said...

Such a pretty set, who wouldn't love to receive this....so soft and pretty!!

Cath said...

Hey Ros! Thanks for linking this up to the Hooked on Hexagons Challenge in the Moxie Fab World! I'm so glad you joined in on all the fun! :)

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