We are having a blog hop today to celebrate Fiskars' newest Fuse design set, the hexagon!
I decided to make some super quick and easy paper flowers. You probably wouldn't think these were made up of hexagons, but I promise they are. Here's how to make your own...
Create ten hexagons with triangle patterns from cardstock using the Fiskars Fuse. Use the embossed, horizontal lines to easily accordion fold each. Cut off the pointed end from one side of each.
Staple the folds together on the back by the cut end. Turn back over and fan out folds.
Hot glue each section together to form a full circle, and hot glue to a scrap of cardstock (on the back) to secure flat. Add a punched circle of patterned paper to the center of each to complete.
These come together very quickly thanks to the "scored" lines created in the triangle design.
Speaking of hexagon flowers, check out these above made from hexagon punches. View the blog post here.
And you can view all of my previous flower posts here. =)