Tuesday, September 3, 2013

"Try It Different" Tuesday: HoneyPOP Flowers & Borders

For the Summer CNC show, I'd asked Michelle Pearson to make another HoneyPOP flower pot card, similar to the ones by her and me, and originally based on Tina Covington's clever idea.
Michelle's updated version contains a bouquet of blossoms in pretty autumnal colors:

She used 11102SC Fabulous Flowers HoneyPOP Clear Set, which contains her favorite self-designed pattern pieces:

Michelle also created a wonderful card showcasing her 11103SC Beautiful Borders HoneyPOP Clear Set, which you can read about on her blog. Please go check it out...I think you'll be glad you did (hint, hint). ;-)
My co-worker and friend Lee recently used the same Fabulous Flowers stamp set to decorate several gift bags for a special event:

She made a couple of really cute variations:

Here's a close-up view of one bag:

I thought it would be fun to play a guessing game, with a chance to win BLOG CANDY. We're going to give away two 11102SC Fabulous Flowers HoneyPOP Clear Sets, one to the person who gets the most correct answers and the other to a randomly drawn winner. (If there is a tie for the most correct answers, we'll draw between those names.)

Since I'll be out of town for the Westminster SSAT show from Thursday through Monday, we'll extend the deadline a bit longer than usual. Entries will be accepted until Tuesday, September 10th. The two winners' names (and the correct answers) will be announced here on the blog next Wednesday, September 11th, so remember the come back and see if you've won!

P.S. If you haven't yet done so, you can still enter to win a prize from Sunday's blog candy drawing. And don't forget to check Michelle's blog for another surprise. :-)

*Update on 9/11: Entries are now closed*


diane (cookiestamper) said...

What fun projects! I didn't know you could make flowers and borders from the HoneyPOPs! I would love to try that!

stamping sue said...

I like the creations with the borders. I entered the guessing game but had no idea what the answers are. it was fun anyway.
stamping sue

Jackie Wamhoff said...

I agree, it's a pretty cool way to use honeycomb paper. :-) Thank you for playing, ladies!