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Here's a key element in using honeycomb pads properly: Be sure to line up the arrow on the stamp to be parallel with the horizontal lines on the honeycomb pads.
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I made some for the first time a few months ago and do not consider myself handy with anything 3D crafty ~ no problems at all!! I designed my first HoneyPOP sets for Inky Antics and I'm looking forward to making some this fall and for the holidays. I actually just picked up a couple of other artists' new sets, too ~ an adorable witch and a snowman. The sets are great because they can be used with or without the honeycomb paper.
Bugga, thanks for the link to that other thread ~ you're always on the spot with resources!
Not hard at all, just cut as they instruct you and as others here have told you. Be sure to use a strong adhesive so when you open the card they stay where you put them. I use glossy accents, but any strong one will work.
You can also create honeycomb shapes without the paper if you want. Check this tutorial in our resource section on how to create honeycomb shapes on cards, or this one on how to create a honeycomb ornament.