Thursday, May 12, 2011

New Ways With HoneyPOP

Several weeks ago, Karen posted some fantastic card ideas using Honeycomb Paper Pads from our HoneyPOP Collection and Sizzix dies that she'd designed. This flower opens using a pull tab to reveal the honeycomb center:


How creative! And I'd never thought to make a honeycomb flower like this:


We're continually amazed and delighted by our customers' creativity. In fact, last week Frank emailed us photos of this card he'd made for a class he taught at The Crafty Scrapper in April:


Very nice on the outside...but just look at the inside:


Way cool! Frank used the Tim Holtz Alterations "Sewing Room" Bigz Die to cut the dress form. Here's the face behind the talent:


And just yesterday, Ann from Impress Rubber Stamps posted two cards on their Facebook page made using our Honeycomb Paper Pads and stamps from their own line:




We just love seeing how people are really thinking "outside the box" when it comes to using the Honeycomb Paper Pads. It's fun to show what YOU are doing with our products, so please feel free to share anytime by uploading photos to our Facebook page or emailing me directly.

Of course, our favorite way to use the Honeycomb Paper Pads is with our HoneyPOP Clear Sets. There are now 12 different stamp sets choices, including our newest baking kitty & pup, turtle, birdy with ice cream, and adorable little girl.

In case you'd like to take a HoneyPOP class, there are several stores who are offering them:

Peanut Doodles in Salisbury, NC
Scrap n Stamp Haven in Ravenna, OH
Stamp Act in El Paso, TX
Stamp and Scrap Nest in Simsbury, CT
We're Stampin' Mad in Osseo, MN (<--- I will be teaching this class myself!)

If you've found upcoming HoneyPOP classes scheduled at other stores, please let us know in the comments section. Thanks!

3 comments:

June Houck said...

Oh, yummy! I love that dress form!

Chelsea said...

Love what you did here. I should share my creations that I did with the Honey POP

Jackie Wamhoff said...

Yes, I think you should! Have a good day, Ms. Chelsea. :-)