Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Honey Pop, Tips & Tricks with Michelle!

Have you seen the Inky Antic Honey Pop papers and stamps? Michelle is here to show us some tips and tricks for using them.

Today's post for Cropstop features the fun HoneyComb Paper Pads and Inky Antics Clear Honey Pop stamp sets! I also have a special COUPON CODE for my blog readers! CTMP-2 will save my readers 10% on their entire CropsStop order!! ENJOY!

The intended purpose for the HoneyComb Paper Pads is to make a fun dimensional embellishment for the interior of your card, as shown below:
Stamp your honeypop image, which in this case is the snowman, on the HoneyComb Paper Pad. When you stamp your image, line the arrow on the image up with the lines in the pad, so they run parallel. Then cut out your image as shown.

Instead of scoring your card once down the center, you want to score twice, about 1/8 to 1/4 inches apart. This gives your card a spine so your honepop element will fit.

To attach your honeycomb element, simply run a glue stick over each side and sandwich into the center of your card.

And now for some HoneyPop Tricks!!

Inspired yet?! How about SEWING them onto your cards?!

Thanks so much for stopping by and checking out my HoneyPop creations!

You can find more tips, techniques, and tutorials on the CropStop Forum.


Jackie Wamhoff said...

Wow, what a brilliant idea! These are way too cool. :-) Of course, I'm a little biased...but, seriously, honeycomb paper borders and flowers? They're just awesome!

Unknown said...

I am very impressed with what you did with the scraps. The sky is the limit!

Dalis said...


-- dalis

Beckie said...

Awesome stuff.

Be Blessed, Beckie