Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Have you seen HoneyPOP paper??

I recently got to try some of Inky Antics' HoneyPOP paper for a make and take sponsored by my LSS. Their stamp sets are cute, but truly you can cut any symmetrical shape (think die cuts or other stamps in your arsenal).  I got a little pack of red (thinking of Christmas ornaments, Valentine's hearts, and Teacher Appreciation Day apples) and some orange (for pumpkins...it was close to Halloween).  And then I thought how cute of a body it would make for the turkey in Verve's Bountiful Harvest!!!! and had to get some brown.
I stamped him once for placement, and then kind of paper pieced him by cutting a second head and feet to layer with foam tape, so that they were more centered among the depth of the HoneyPOP body.  He's so fat and fluffy!  Love him.

Both sentiments ("With gratitude" on the outside and "So grateful for you" on the inside) are from the same stamp set.  Papers are by Glitz.  And I finished off the otherwise basically-shaped card with some Viva Pearl Pen.

2 comments:

Charmaine (CharmWarm) said...

Nicole this is FABULOUS!!! Love this plump turkey!! Somebody just introduced me to this HoneyPOP paper, but I never thought of adding it to stamps I already have!! You are brilliant! :)

terri foltz said...

Love this!! I have not seen that paper. It is so much fun. oh my... he looks good enough to gobble up. Awesome my friend!!