Tuesday, July 3, 2018

SHOPPING OUR STASH #361 - Geometric Patterns

Hello hello!
Happy Tuesday to you.
This week at SHOPPING OUR STASH, we are
looking for geometric patterns on your projects!
 Here's what I came up with:

and the inside:

I came across this neglected chicken wire embossing folder and thought, hey, that
looks like hexagons! And so I ran with it.

Sorry for the busy background. I usually snap my pics on the set up I have on the 
dining room table, but we just came back from vacation late Sunday,
 and currently the dining room table is
still dump central until I can get everything put away again.
(and now you know I decorated my side table with fairies and minions. Why? Why not!)

Now it's your turn to get geometric! We'd love to see your entry in the 
Shopping Our Stash gallery! Need more ideas? Simply visit the blogs of my
teammies to see what they came up with.
Thanks for visiting!
I hope my Canadian friends enjoyed their Canada Day on Sunday, and wish
my American friends a happy Independence Day tomorrow!



  1. I like your busy background, it is very organic!:D Great card, Chris. The embossed hexagon background on your project is just perfect for this CAS design. That sentiment rocks!

  2. the only thing i could possibly love more than this awesome card is the fact that your table is decorated with fairies and minions. i KNEW there was a reason we're friends!!!! ♥♥♥

  3. So cute! I love that it's your challenge theme, but you didn't plan ahead what you would do for it. Kinda sounds like me... :P

  4. Ohh!! what a sweet, sweet chickie, so darn cute, looking right at home with that awesome embossed chicken wire background.
    Beautiful sentiment and I love the little peek at your fabulous Faeries and Minions decorations, so very cool.


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