Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Tim Holtz Creates With Honeycomb Pads

Just on the heels of yesterday's post about Tina using a Honeycomb Pad to create her own beehive, Mario Rossi (Tim Holtz's business manager) emailed to tell us, "Never in a million years would I have thought 'honeycomb paper' and vintage in the same sentence, let alone 'tag'....the result is amazing...AND WHAT A GREAT IDEA FOR THE 12 TAGS OF 2012!!!"

He was referring to this awesome tag that Tim created:


Did you notice the honeycomb heart? Yup, he made it with our Honeycomb Paper Pads. Isn't that cool!

Even better, Tim made a great video showing how he did it:


If you click over to Tim's post and scroll down to step #19, you'll see it, along with several other inspiring ideas.

Since you're taking the time to watch the video, we'd like to offer you a chance to win some BLOG CANDY! After you're done, come back here and fill out the form below. We'll be giving away all five different Honeycomb Paper Pad colors that Tim used on his projects to one lucky person!

On Monday, February 20th, I'll randomly choose the winner and post that person's name...so be sure to come back and see if you've won!

*Update on 2/20: Entries are now closed*

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Jackie, I love this use of the honeycomb paper! Can't wait to try this! Love Love the Christmas card! Love it all! Thanks! Inky Antics is awesome!

Debbie said...

Oh,sorry! Didn't mean to be anonymous! :) Your inky friend, Debbie, the necklace lady

Cindi (aka iring) said...

Wow! Thanks for pointing us to the video and sharing some honeypop to the lucky winner! I have some honeypop but I'm now looking at it in a whole new light! Congrats to you for being showcased in Tim Holtz's video!

Dawn's Craft Place said...

I knew when I seen the video yesterday it was your honeycomb-Love what Tim did and would love to win some to play with. I have been seeing so many fun projects.
Thanks sweetie

Theresa said...

Fun!!! Love the honeycomb paper!!!!

stamping sue said...

What fun! I've also used the sizzex alterations tattered flower die to make flowers with your honey comb paper.
stamping sue
http://stampingsueinconnecticut.blogspot.com/