Nesting Hexagons Cover Plate with Daria

Hi Dear friends!

Daria here. For today's post I was playing with Nesting Hexagons Cover plate from the latest January release. And of course, it was all about in-laid.  

I die cut several panels: from white, dark blue, turquoise and gold glitter cardstock (the last one only pancially). Then, the fun began. I spent an evening playing with different pieces, finding them a perfect place. With this type of geometric pattern, it is rather easy to made an in-lay technique, as many pieces are similar. I found inlaid to be a kind of relaxing and therapeutic:) 

I'be ended up with three fun and interesting backgrounds. The rest was to come up with sentiments and finishing touches.

I have decided to use three different types of sentiment with different placement.  

The first one is the cleanest and the simplest: just white stripes with stamped black sentiment (from You're Pretty stamp set). I think, it works good when you don't want to distract from the cool background created. 

For second background, I decided to use bright and big  sentiment to make a focal point. Contrast pink makes the job. Sentiment is from You're Pretty stamp set. It is one of my favorites from the last year. 

Finally, third background got die-cut sentiment from white cardstock. I stucked a few of Love word to make more dimensional. 

So, here are all three cards made with Nesting Hexagons Cover Plate. Which one is you favorite? I honestly can't chose:)

Thanks so much for stopping by, and have a great day! 



  1. Loved the inlaid geometric pattern ,Wonderful cards !

  2. Beautiful. Love the colors and way to use the die.

  3. Fantastic cards! The inlaid technique is super cool on this pattern! :)

  4. Beautiful cards with fabulous colour palettes. This geometric design is so fab. Thanks for the inspiration.


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