It is possible to cut a hexagon from a folded piece of paper with only two cuts. You'll need a 60° angle and a pair of scissors for this faux quilting technique. I started with a 2–in. wide piece of Christmas scrapbooking paper.
|Make sure the fold is on the bottom!|
I drew faux stitching lines on each hexagon using a fine Sharpie. I sealed the finished card front with a layer of matte medium.
One card down... only 40 or so left to go until December!
Have you started any Christmas in July projects? Let me know in the comments.