Wanna see even more sample projects using these new stamp sets? Well, you're in luck because we're showcasing them in this month's blog hop!
I randomly assigned five of the newest HoneyPOP stamp sets to our designers (one to each person), along with 11103SC Beautiful Borders HoneyPOP Set for everybody. Then I asked them to make whatever they wanted, as long as they used both stamp sets plus a Honeycomb Paper Pad in their creation.
To see what they made, please visit each DT member's blog and leave comments along the way. The more you comment, the better your chances are to win. (Limit one comment per blog, please.)
The blog hop starts today and ends on Sunday, June 24th at midnight Central time. TWO people’s names will be drawn at random to receive a HoneyPOP prize pack! The winners’ names will be announced next Monday, so remember to stop back and see if you’ve won.
Shall we get started? Here's the order:
After you're done, please return here to read the rest of my post and leave a final comment. Happy HoneyPOP hopping, Inky friends!
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For this hop, I used 11102SC Fabulous Flowers HoneyPOP Set, 11103SC Beautiful Borders HoneyPOP Set, and 11104MC Simple Sentiments Clear Set, which were all designed by our very own Michelle Pearson (insert loud applause here!).
Now, before I go any further, I have to confess that I completely CASEd this idea from Tina Covington. When I was at the Arlington show a few weeks ago, she presented this adorable card to me:
To see a close-up view, you can read Tina's blog post. My gosh, I was blown away by her creativity! I knew that I just had to share this with our Inky readers.
Since the blog hop "rules" specified that we use 11103SC Beautiful Borders HoneyPOP Set, I made my version incorporating that change:
Here are the pull-up flowers from my cardstock pot:
The HoneyPOP flowers are bunches of fun to make...and so easy, too! There's a video tutorial to watch, along with a PDF file to download, which explain everything. (You can also find the same information for the Beautiful Borders set here.)
Thanks so much to Tina for sharing her brilliant idea, to our DT members for the inspiration they continually provide, and to YOU for joining us today!