Wednesday, June 8, 2011

HoneyPOPping Along...

Last week at the Arlington show, we were delighted to see several of our Inky friends and customers. (Hello to Blaire, Donna, Jackie, Meg, Monica, Sylvia, Tina, and all of you I know by "face" but not by name!) Our visitors included Frank, whom you may recall was the creator of the fantastic dress form card featured in this post.

Well, Frank's creation inspired our owner, Ted, to play with products from our HoneyPOP Collection...the Stampers Anonymous way!

Instead of cardstock, Ted used Grungepaper embellished with stamps from Stampers Anonymous and embellishments from the Tim Holtz Idea-ology line:

It's pretty neat, right? Now take a look at the inside, where he used our Honeycomb Paper Pad in Ivory:

Just like Frank, Ted used the Tim Holtz Alterations "Sewing Room" Bigz Die to cut the dress form. But, of course, he added his own twists to make the card look quite different.

And on the more "Inky cute" side, Polly from The Stamp Act in El Paso, Texas, just emailed these adorable samples:

That's the 11044MCTurtle HoneyPOP Clear Set she used above, and here is the 11026MC Cupcake Birdy HoneyPOP Clear Set on a "sweet" card:

Polly will be teaching two HoneyPOP classes this Saturday, June 11th, and another one in July. For more information, please visit her store's class schedule page.

And if you know of other stores that will be offering HoneyPOP classes, give us a holler so we can post about it!


Patti J said...

Wonderful creations! Hope to see you in Collinsville, Illinois on Saturday at the stamp show!!!

True :) said...

Great customer cards!
I LOVE LOVE LOVE..Ted's grung creation! :)

True :D

Barbara Bruder said...

Love the dress form. I would have never thought to use the HoneyPop that way but it is so great looking.Thanks Ted for the inspiration!!!

Crystal said...

OMG the Dress Form ROCKS!!!!! Go TED~!!!

Frank said...
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Frank said...

Great job, Ted... :) Sorry I missed you that day, but I was on my way to a Retreat, and had to your take on the dress form card.

ann said...


I love the Carla Craft Binding system. I would like to do a cook book of my mothers recipes for her grandchildren. My Mom passed away 2 years ago December 24th. Mom was a marvelous cook and a cookbook would be a great tribute to a great woman.