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Hexagon Guest Designer: Carina Lindholm

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I'm super excited to announce our Hexagon Guest Designer - Carina Lindholm!

Carina LindholmShort bio: Hello everyone! My name is Carina Lindholm. I live in a small town in Sweden with my husband and our three children, Marcus 9, Filip 7, and Alva 5 1/2. I’m a passionate paper crafter and you can find me at my scrap desk making layouts and cards every chance I get.

How did you get started scrapbooking? I actually stumbled upon the world of scrapbooking back in 2004, I got curious and googled it and fell instantly in love. And the rest is history.

What is your favorite American Crafts product? American Crafts truly has so many great products so it's almost impossible to choose just one favorite. But since I have to choose I choose the product that I use all the time and that is Thickers!

REDO FOR STRADEN by Carina Lindholm

To make your hexagon shapes extra fancy just mat them on cardstock and cut a scalloped border around them using decorative scissors. I also added some hand stitching around the edges.

Supplies: White (71081) - Cardstock, Great Day Paper (35602) – Day Dreams, Daisy's Diner Paper (35539) – Garden Café, About Paper (35562) – Amy Tangerine, Rose Ave Paper (35551) – Amy Tangerine, Plastic Buttons (85573) – Elements, Fair Ribbons (78066) – Embellishments, Mousse (78057) – Details, Roller Date Stamp (59160) – Stamps, Hello (53247) – Thickers, Parakeet (42234) – Remarks, Fennel (77264) - Bits

YOU ARE MY FAVORITE by Carina Lindholm

To make this very colourful card I cut out a few hexagon shapes and adhered them to the left side of the card. I then decorated the card using beautiful paper flowers.

Supplies: Good Paper (35543) – Amy Tangerine, Petunia’s Pastries Paper (35532) – Garden Café, Bright (72024) – Delights, Hi Friend (42214) – Remarks, Palette (42240) – Remarks

LILLA FJARILEN by Carina Lindholm

I cut out hexagon shapes in three different sizes and adhered them to my page. I used a black pen to draw faux stitching around the edges to make the hexagons pop up from the page.

Supplies: Lucky Laugh Paper (35640) – Neapolitan, Ephemera Flowers (78065) – Embellishments, Fabric Brads (85578) – Elements, Plastic Buttons (85573) – Elements, Palette ( 42240) – Remarks, Fabric Border Stickers (42219) – Remarks, Paper Flowers (72024) – Delights, Parakeet (42234) – Remarks, Cupboard Cricket (53312) – Thickers, Roller Date Stamp (59160) – Stamps

LIFE IS GOOD by Carina Lindholm

I cut out a large hexagon shape and adhered it in the centre of my frame. To decorate I used beautiful and colourful paper flowers, stickers, and buttons.

Supplies: Playful Day Paper (35607) – Day Dreams, Great Day Paper (35602) – Day Dreams, Paper Flowers (72026) – Delights, Plastic Buttons (85573) – Elements, Basket (42237) - Remarks

MY BOYS by Carina Lindholm

Using papers from the Neapolitan collection, I cut out a bunch of hexagon shapes. I then adhered all the hexagons in the centre of my white cardstock, leaving plenty of room for my journaling at the bottom of my layout.

Supplies: White (71081) – Cardstock, Sunny Skip Paper (35636) – Neapolitan, First Date Paper (35632) – Neapolitan, Cheerful Notes Paper 835626) – Neapolitan, Fair Ribbons (78066) – Embellishments, Doodle (42243) – Remarks, Hi Friend (42214) – Remarks, All Together (42219) – Remarks, Basket (42237) – Remarks, Fennel (77264) – Bits, Wood Buttons (85575) – Elements, Plastic Buttons (53274) – Elements, Fern Powder (53274) - Thickers

Stop by Carina's blog and visit her Pinterest to find out more about her and see her wonderful inspiration boards!

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