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Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Honeycomb Pop Ups

Welcome to our new blog and thank you for coming!  We are super excited to be at our new home with our freshly decorated blog.  We hope you enjoy!

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Lisa is starting out our new blog with an adorable tutorial today....enjoy!
Lori
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 Welcome to the first Tuesday Tutorial on the new blog. Lisa here. Unfortunately I am not feeling well today. Try as I might to fight it, I'm just a little under the weather. So I am going to keep this simple and share this fun idea that you can do yourself or with your children.     

Today I will show you how to make these easy honeycomb pop ups.  I bet your children will love making them and coming up with creative ways to use them.  Here I used Publisher to make this Get well card. 

I used the my new digi 
 Circles with this technique just make such cute balloons.   That's why I chose this digi to work with.   It's easy to print out and just pop your Honeycomb Pop Up balloons right on top.  (Just print a sample out first to see what size circle you will need).  

 I can see all kinds of projects using this digi and technique like tags, thank you's, happy birthday cards, party invites and even pictures to hang on the fridge. 

Punch out 6 circles. I used the Stampin Up 1 1/4" circle punch. 

Now fold each circle in half and score. 

Now start by adhering two folded circles together with the fold on the right. 

Add your third folded circle.

Add the fourth folded circle. 

Add the fifth folded circle.


Add your sixth circle and now you are ready to adhere to your project just like this.  To mail it just press down flat and the center.

Print out the balloon(s) using the HELIUM HELLOS digital image and have your children make the balloons. Have fun creating. We'd love to see what you create with this idea. Just leave a link to your creation below or on our facebook page.




12 comments:

Basslady said...

your new blog looks so fabulous!

very fresh and vivid!


hope you are feeling better, hun!

the tutorial is so nice and easy and clever!

thanx for this inspiration!

hugs and kisses from germany,
silvi xoxo

Cassie said...

Eeek, so cute, Lisa! I hope you feel better soon, girlie. . .that card was made for you ;)

Patti J said...

Lisa, hope you are feeling better! Your card is adorable, and what a great set of stamps! Lorie, best of luck to you in your new endeavor! How exciting that you will be teaching your kids, and bringing Christ into their learning each day! Laurie W...great blog! You have outdone yourself, once again! You are all an amazing group of gals, and I can't wait to see what's up next for Clearly i Stamp!

Dina said...

Great and cute ideas. Feel better soon. Thanks

Dina said...

Great and cute ideas. Feel better soon. Thanks

isidel rubi said...

very nice i love this idea.i'm going to try this using the honeycomb.thank you.feel better:)

CRAZY4 CHRIST said...

Love the new blog!! This card is super fun and cute!! I made a balloon like this on one of my cards. It was actauly my daughter who gave me the idea (she is 4 and I don't think she knew what she was doing when she started folding the circles she punched out in half)!! I hope you feel better!!
Kristan

Angie said...

Love the new blog!!!!! Great tutorial!

Scotty and Emi said...

I LOVE this tutorial! The 3D thing just DOES it for me!

Jen-Jen said...

Love the new look!!!! Very very very cute and I LOVE Cuteness!!!! Great tutorial, Lisa!!! Will have to try this one of these days!! Blessings to You!!!! JJ

Lyndal said...

This is GORGEOUS Lisa - LOVE the little balloon.
Having problems leaving comments on your other blog for some reason :(
Many thanks for stopping by my blog - MUCH appreciated :)

Debbie said...

Beautiful new blog!!
This is a wonderful tutorial!! Thank you!! I don't have any CD balloon stamps, but I will definitely try this technique out!!