HAI Supply & Pear Blossom Press Blog Hop – Tessa
Thank you for hopping along on the HAI Supply & Pear Blossom Press Collab Hop! For more inspiration, check out all of the stops in the hop…
Angela Myhre for Pear Blossom Press
Tessa Reed – You are here!
Ali Farmer – Next stop!
*** PRIZES ***
Hops are always more fun when there are prizes, right?? Four prizes will be awarded to four separate winners, chosen at random, from comments left on participating blogs and videos. Prizes include $25.00 gift codes from Pear Blossom Press, and $25.00 gift codes from HAI Supply. No purchase necessary. Comments must be posted by 11:59 pm PST on June 27, 2020. Only one comment per blog or video will be counted, but you can comment on multiple blogs and videos in the hop for additional entries. (This is to prevent spam.) Contest open internationally to participants over 18 years of age. Void where prohibited by law. Any personal information collected will only be used for the purposes of contacting winners, your information will never be shared or sold. Comments left on YouTube videos must not violate community guidelines. This contest is not sponsored by YouTube. Winners will be announced on July 6, 2020 at pearblossompress.com and prizes must be claimed within thirty days of announcement, or new winners will be drawn.
*** DISCOUNTS ***
One code, two stores! Enter discount code EZSHIP4 at checkout on Pear Blossom Press and HAI Supply for $4.00 off your total, on orders over $25.00 (before tax and shipping), valid until June 27, 2020.
My name is Tessa Reed and I’m sharing this card for the Pear Blossom Press and HAI Supply blog hop! This card was SO easy to make!
To see the video of the process for creating this card, and links to the supplies, head on over to my YouTube here:
Or you can read on to see photos of the process!
I first started out by using a punch to punch out as many hexagon shapes out of one 6×6 piece of handmade washi paper by HAI Supply, and arranged them to cover a majority of my card front.
I then made sure my sentiment fit nicely on the front of my card.
After making sure my sentiment fit, I needed to make sure the lights were positioned correctly. I cut out a small rectangle section of paper behind where my sentiment was going, then traced the inside of the cut out to give myself a guide for light placement.
After taping down the lights, I wound the wire around my finger to condense it and make sure it would fit under the panel nicely.
I then used a bunch of foam tape to adhere the card front to the light panel, and I was done!
Don’t forget to hop to Ali’s blog next, and leave comments along the way for a chance to win!