Helen Griffin UK Hexagon Clutch Box

Hexagon Clutch Box Die Set by Simply Made Crafts

This is one of my favourite die sets from my new Special Occasions Collection! Imagine receiving one of these as a gift? I’d be more excited about the bag, than what’s inside!

So by that intro and if you haven’t already guessed…I love this bag and I hope you do to!

Helen Griffin UK Hexagon Clutch Box

I’ve recently discovered that Adorable Scorable card from Hunkydory is absolutely perfect for using with my dies. So going forward I will be using them in most of my projects. I love the colour combinations I used in today’s project and there are so many more variations I want to try. You can view the colour range HERE.

In today’s video I concentrate on a simple way to use the closure and will cover more versions in future videos.

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Helen

Papercraft designer & educator. My aim is to inspire and provide easy to follow tutorials - so you can create my projects with ease. You can find my projects on my website, Youtube and in papercraft magazines.

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