August 28, 2012

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Susan H (posted 5 years 4 months ago)
These HoneyPOP are super cute. Love the cards and all the information. Thanks Paulette and Ann!
Darlene (posted 5 years 4 months ago)
So,so neet! Love these
Shirley Kasprzyk (posted 5 years 4 months ago)
I just received the Benjamin Bunny CD - and it is wonderful - I am having so much fun!
Mary (posted 5 years 4 months ago)
iIrresistable, but I must. gotta have some of it though. Thanks so much for the inspiration.
TrishW (posted 5 years 4 months ago)
too cute. great ideas and I love the POP when you open the card.
Jan D., Florida (posted 5 years 4 months ago)
I have a few sets of these and I have to tell you they are so much fun. If you ever have kids who stamp with you, they love these. Or if you need kids' cards they are always a hit. Love these new sets ... great webisode.
sandy (posted 5 years 4 months ago)
I have used the honey pop paper before was told to make a score on either side of center of paper so the honey pop paper will open up better but I find that my open side of the paper does not fit evenly after I score it. I noticed you scored down center not either side of center. Which way is correct?
Reply from Paper Wishes Customer Service:
From Ann: We've tried both ways and they both work, it just depends on your preference. If you score either side, it creates a thicker "spine" for your card and allows a little more room for the approximately 1/8" thick HoneyPOP paper. The HoneyPOP people recommend this method. If you leave it just as a regular card with a single crease in the center, the HoneyPOP popup still works, it just may not lie perfectly flat when closed (which is normally not a problem, especially if you're using an envelope). I've found this way to be easier as it cuts out a couple of steps, and it doesn't negatively affect the result.
Rose (posted 5 years 4 months ago)
Love all things Honeypop! I found out when I stamped the honeypop paper, some times the lines show on the edge, no matter how close I trimmed. But if I used the distress ink pads from Tim Holtz, their colors are lighter and solves the issue.
Jo (posted 5 years 4 months ago)
I don't go for "cute" very often, but these are all winners! Will pick out to order separately. So hard to choose, will watch over until can decide. Thanks!!!
Sharon (posted 5 years 4 months ago)
I love all of the products shown in the Webisodes and I especially like this product. Could you do a webisode on making envelopes that would fit cards with a pronounced 3D cover effect?
Reply from Paper Wishes Customer Service:
We do carry an envelope maker it is item 4001301 and it is called the Enveloper. There is another version #4005156 that makes different sizes and even boxes. Take a look and see if either of them will meet your needs.
Robin (posted 5 years 4 months ago)
Does the glue stick really hold well? I'm always afraid they'll lose 'sticky' over time.
Reply from Paper Wishes Customer Service:
from Paulette: Because our projects travel to trade shows as well as being handled for webisodes and filming, we need a glue that really holds. Glue sticks are perfect and that's why we carry them at Paper Wishes.
gloria (posted 5 years 4 months ago)
Ann you guys r fun and funny. question where did you get the kool tac sheets couldnt find in catalog
Reply from Paper Wishes Customer Service:
They are a new item that will be live tomorrow, item 4005724 and the iCraft Dots are 4005876.
Sandhills Patty (posted 5 years 4 months ago)
These are all so dogged darn cute!! Lovely new products!
May I suggest to all the ladies out there, trying to be frugal??? I can only afford, so many treats to myself..so I have been using up my old eye shadows... that are weird colors... you can either rub them on, to color,(with a Q-tip) or wet them, and paint them on. Happy Fall to you all at Paper Wishes!
Stephanie (posted 5 years 4 months ago)
These are adorable, more great ideas for me to use, LOVE,Love these.
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