Hexagonal CAS

Hi all,
Today I am sharing an extremely simple card that I created using very few basic supplies. Here is the card first!

I took a card base and masked off some portions to create three spaces where I was going to do my embellishment. I distrssed the spaces with spiced marmalade, peacock feathers and picked raspberry DIs.
Then i stamped some hexagons using my custom made handcarved stamps out of erasers. [This is such a theraupeutic hobby for me recently.]

After the stamping I added the sentiment and a couple of dots here and there using crayons.

View my other cards created with handmade erasers stamps.
Zigzag and stripes stamps Card

Linking to the below:

Simply Less Is More  :Use Geometrical Shapes

Used hexagonal stamps and rectangular spaces.

The Paper Players Color Challenges

Retrosketches #210

Have fun guys! Let me know what you think in the comments below!


  1. I really like how you've done this Uma! The irregular layout and bright colours look great. I'm so impressed that you carve your own stamps!

    1. Thanks a ton for dropping by and giving continuous support....

  2. Both are wonderfully CAS and your hand carved stamps are so effective - just fab! Thank you for joining us at Less is More :)

  3. Fab cards Uma. I just adore the fun and funky layout on the first one.
    Thanks for joining us at Less is More.
    Sharon xx

  4. How clever to make your own stamps Uma - two super cards!
    Thanks so much for taking part
    "Less is More"

  5. It looks like you had great fun creating these two fun cards!
    Thanks so much for joining us.
    "Less is More"

  6. Great card! Thanks so much for playing along with us at Retro Sketches!

  7. Such a great CAS card and I love that you created your own stamps! So glad you joined us at the Paper Players this week.

  8. How clever and unique! Awesome CAS card. Thanks for sharing at The Paper Players!


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