Wednesday, September 26, 2012

STAMPtember™ with Inky Antics Founder Jackie Wamhoff


We are excited to feature a delightfully fun Christmas project by Inky Antics founder, Jackie Wamhoff,  on our blog today.  I loved listening to her voice in the videos she created.  She is just as cute in person as her sweet voice sounds!  Her products are cute too!  Inky Antics' products are manufactured just up the road from Simon Says Stamp in Cleveland Ohio.   Two of the hardest working people Ted and Michelle Cutts, and their amazing team, bring Jackie's products to market for us all to enjoy!  Please welcome Jackie to our STAMPtember™ celebration!


Jackie's Honeypop Introduction:




Assembling Your Honeypop Tree:





SUPPLIES:



Additional supplies:
Designer Cardstock (One 1 1/4" x 7 1/2" Piece & Two 1 1/4" x 4 1/2" Pieces)
Styrofoam (One 4 1/2" x 7 1/2" Piece)
Bamboo Skewer
Toothpicks
Silver Cording
Mini Ornament String


Be sure to check out Jackie's blog!  She has a very special Inky Antics coupon code to share with you!  Comment below and let us know if you make some kind of table decorations for the holidays.  We'd love to hear your ideas and know our other readers would too!  We will choose a lucky commenter to win a $25 shopping spree to Simon!

Thank you Jackie!





Heidi and the Simon Family









Congrats! The winner of the blog candy from the Jennifer Mcguire Combines Hero Arts and Sizzix Designs for STAMPtember™ Punch! is: Wendy G! Please email Steph@SimonSaysStamp.com with your address and the name of the blog you won from to claim your prize!

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84 comments:

  1. I love this honeypop tree made by Jackie its so adorable...and thanks for the Tute as well!!

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  2. I love to make arrangements on my table for the holidays, but the only table items I really make are place setting cards for Thanksgiving dinner.

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  3. Um, wow! So inspiring and fun! Might need to start making my own table decorations. :)

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  4. Gorgeous creations!! I make Christmas day party favours and put in some after dinner mints!! Hugs Hazel xx

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  5. I think it is time for me to make decorations like that......but not just for the table....I would make little vignettes for all over the house during the holidays! In the guest bathroom, end tables, night tables.....happiness everywhere!

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  6. Super cute! I love the look the honeycomb gives to a project! TFS!
    :D

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  7. That project is adorable! Loved the video too! I usually only get enough time to make the place cards for my holiday table.

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  8. I just love fresh flowers on my tables Doesn't happen very often but it is my favorite!

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  9. I love using the art my kids have from school!

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  10. Very cute project! I too use the kids art from school.

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  11. Jackie is awesome and so are her products. I took a class from her once and you are right, her voice is soothing and embracing, i could listen to her all day. I do make holiday table decorations, usually have something from nature that i embellish like twigs, pincones, gourds, etc...

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  12. Wow!!! I have never heard of this company before!!! Thanks so much for showcasing it!!! What a fun surprise for the receiver of a card with a honeycomb pop up!!! Adorable projects!

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  13. What a fun little centerpiece! We don't usually do table decorations....our table is too small, and there's too much food! But I have been thinking about doing some sort of project like that with the girls this year. We'll see...

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  14. now this is just so awesome...what a great decoration for the holidays...Thanks for sharing..totally creative and so inspiring..

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  15. I love Honeypop paper...so fun! I don't typically make table decorations, but perhaps it's time to start. :)

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  16. Love HoneyPOP cards and now I see I can make decorations too. I just usually have some sort of centerpiece--vase or bowl filled with flowers or food.

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  17. I have purchased several HoneyPop stamp sets, but yet to use them with the Honeycomb paper... guess this definitely pushed me over! Tks for the inspiration.

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  18. This is really cute! I make floral arrangements for my table.

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  19. This is a great! I have to admit that I don't make crafty decorations. Now you have inspired me to craft something other than a card or scrapbook page!

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  20. I've never made any table decorations for the holidays but these sure look cute, I'm tempted now! :)

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  21. Last year I made table top wreaths with Tim Holtz Tattered Leaves die leaves. They turned out great. Haven't decided what this years decoration is but I will be doing one!

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  22. I love this centerpiece! The honeycomb is really great.

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  23. Our tabletop centerpiece for the dinning room will be sugared fruit this year... no paper but still lovely.

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  24. No homemade table top decore this time around, but I will be making personalized napkin rings. Also decorating the guest bathroom for FALL too. Gotta try those honeycomb creations. Smooches...

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  25. Christmas is always one of the most fun to create

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  26. I love Christmas decor...... Very nice pop up project

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  27. Such an adorable christmas table centerpiece. I usually decoupage large candles for the table and then there has to be an arrangement of flowers too!!

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  28. I love the inky antics christmas stamps...thanks for sharing it with us today.

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  29. I don't make a table decoration, but use one that I have purchased.

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  30. Honey pop makes terrific tabletop decorations! I don't usually make tabletop stuff, but maybe I will this year.

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  31. I don't usually make tabletop decorations unless it's some place cards. This project is adorable though.

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  32. I have items that I've made in the past that are used as centerpieces for holidays, but I could definitely use some updating. This is so cute! Thanks so much for the inspiration. :)

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  33. Hmm, table decorations... I am usually responsible for making the place markers for Christmas when we are at my paternal grandparents' house.

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  34. Gorgeous creations and I think all of us crafters would love one of these table top decorations on our desks whilst making christmas creations !! Keep us smiling and in the festive spirit,, along with a thimbleful of sherry :-)

    luv
    Lols x x x

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  35. This is really neat. I do like making Christmas decor. Usually I make tree ornaments mostly but I have made table top decor before and after seeing this I now have an idea. Thanks so much

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  36. Awwwwww, that melts the heart! Such a creative Christmas decor project!

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  37. I use a tree branch from the yard and anchor it in a tall square basket and decorate it with different small ornaments, etc for each season of the year. For Christmas, it is generally a snowman tree and I try to use a mix of handmade as well as other ornaments! It is tabletop size and my grandsons love it. So do I!!!!

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  38. Usually we do a few bowls of pretty ornaments around the house, but this year I want to make paper ornaments!

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  39. Love honey pop paper and stamps! Jackie A the table top ornament is fabulous!

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  40. The centerpiece is so cute! Truthfully, I don't make tabletop decorations. We have 2 cats that 1. shed on EVERYTHING and 2. don't much care what they push out of their way if it's in their way. :) I do tend to fill a small tabletop greenhouse with antique Christmas balls but I leave that displayed on a shelf they don't get to. I also hang a banner from the decorated mantel.

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  41. Place cards, sometimes a centerpiece. This paper is so cool, going to have to try it.

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  42. That is super cute. We don't have room for a tree, so I decorate shelves with ornaments, lights, and Christmas cards.

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  43. I love to make place cards and a special treat bag for everyone. But other than that there is only room for food!

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  44. That's cool how Inky Antics is made in Cleveland. I think I love the product more because of it!

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  45. Adorable project! Love the honeycomb, I've never worked with it, but it looks pretty easy and so darn cute.
    I don't make a lot of table top decorations, but have made some place cards and goodie bag toppers in the past and of course ornaments and cards

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  46. A very nice centerpiece. I usually just have candle decorations for the table.
    Linda

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  47. Oh my...this is just adorable! I usually make a table top decoration with small fake Christmas trees as the base. I have these tiny handmade ornaments that I hang on them every year and then surround the whole thing with pinecones.

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  48. I don't really have table decorations, there just isn't enough room for them when all the food comes out but I have made name tags and gift bags for each place setting.

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  49. Awwww so cute!! I usually decorate the table with a centerpiece with some candles and other holiday elements

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  50. Wow! Honey pops are so cute! I don't usually make table decorations, but I think I will now :) Thanks for the chance to win!

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  51. This is so cute-I did not know you had honeycomb in stock.I can't wait to play with some. I of course am thinking some thing Halloween.

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  52. I love this! Sadly, I don't make any decorations for my table. My son would destroy them! However, I should maybe consider making some for on top of the piano, out of reach. Hmmm....

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  53. Was thinking last year of making some small turkey decorations/place cards for each plate - thought of making the turkey feathers out of paper rosettes, but making them out of HoneyPOP would be even better!

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  54. Aww what a sweet project. I like to make individual table settings, haven't tried a centrepiece yet!

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  55. I have made table decorations in the past including a little paper snow village! yay! Thanks for the great inspiration today!

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  56. That Honey POP paper is so fun and the little Christmas tree table decor is wonderful. I always have grand plans of how I am going to decorate but I never quite achieve them. Maybe this year I will!

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  57. I actually do not make table decorations but I do like to decorate the stairs and foyer.

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  58. Love this little scene with the tree and sleigh, also love how you did the base! Inky Antics always has the neatest card boards at my local stamp shop. I have made table decorations over the years mostly consisting of glass candle holders modified with wreaths and bells and snowflakes. And of course I have made little trees. Thanks for sharing.

    Katie B.

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  59. I love pumpkins so my table is covered with tiny pumpkins, gourds, pinecones and candles.

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  60. Sadly, my family don't get into the christmas decoration thing. We like to keep the focus on the family and being together. It is summer in New Zealand at that time so we are more relaxed and enjoy the outdoors. This idea can translate to other gifts though. Thanks for sharing.

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  61. I love the honey pop paper and the stamps - they are so fun and unique!!! Thanks for the 3D tutorial of the tree! What a fabulous idea!!!

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  62. I make a center piece for the Christmas table from pinecones and evergreen boughs from our to find a Christmas tree trip. Thanks all for sharing.

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  63. My favorite tabletop decoration I made was blocks to spell out Merry Christmas. I love this idea of using the stamps and paper to create a display...very creative!

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  64. Love the inky antics stamps! I've always wanted to try the honeycomb technique.

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  65. I upcycle candles by adding stamping to them. I stamp on tissue paper and gently heat the candle so that the tissue sinks into the candle leaving the stamp design showing.

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  66. Making decorations with rosettes: pumpkins, trees, snowmen.

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  67. Making decorations with rosettes: pumpkins, trees, snowmen.

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  68. Making decorations with rosettes: pumpkins, trees, snowmen.

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  69. WOW!!! I love it! A gorgeous scene in beautiful colours. Truly stunning.

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  70. LOVE using your products!! =) I've made several cards and home decor projects!! I'll have to try a table topper cause that is too CUTE!! THANKS for sharing and have a FABULOUS WEEK!! =)

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  71. My daughter and I have made place cards together for Thanksgiving.
    That little center piece is very sweet.

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  72. I love those honeycomb paper things!!!

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  73. GREAT! So sweet! I just love it! ♥

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  74. I like to make place cards for Thanksgiving!

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  75. Wow, First I hear of this honeypop stmaps, they look so beautiful. I have to get some soon :-)

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  76. I will be making some table decor this holiday season because I recently purchased an electronic die cutting machine.

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  77. Simply adorable! What a great project. :D

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  78. I hope it's not too late to enter because I'd love to win a gift certificate to your store! I don't tend to make centerpieces for my holiday tables, except for flower arrangements.

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  79. I only know how to make small 3D paper christmas tree... lol... but i love the honeycomb paper.. thanks for the chance to win :)

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