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Old 01-24-2014, 07:53 PM   #1
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Default SU Hexagon Hive Thinlet die?

I'm getting ready to put in an order and I have a question about SU's new Hexagon Hive thinlet die. Does anyone know if the hexagons from this fit/match the size of the hexagons in SU Honeycomb embossing folder?
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Old 01-24-2014, 08:29 PM   #2
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Heres a link to a SU gal that shows about this... Hexagon Hive, Honeycomb Folder and Hexagon Punch Comparison - Patty's Stamping Spot
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Thank you SO much for the info and providing the link. It showed me exactly what I wanted to know!

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Thanks for link from me too. It looks like the hexagon hive pieces fit onto the embossed hexagons? But not down into the flat area next to the double grooves. Is that right? Or is the picture deceiving?
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It does look like they sit on the outside raised edge. So, you wouldn't want to put some in a row on your card. Scatter them and they would be cute.
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I purchased the Hexagon Hive...is there a secret in getting the image off the die without breaking the paper?
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I have the Hexagon Hive die and love it. In fact, I just used it on some cards yesterday. Removing the CS from the die after cutting it is tricky. It has to be done very CAREFULLY! I put waxed paper between the card stock and die on other intricate dies and that always works. I think I'll do that next time when I use the Hexagon Hive die.
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