Happy Friday Friends! Five For Friday is all about sharing 5 links to creative inspiration that you need to check out before you get your crafty groove on for the weekend.
This week I am so excited to bring you the another round of inspiration from my new creative team. I am so lucky to have these amazing women working with my product line and helping me spread creative inspiration. I am simply blown away with the projects that they have created. I hope you will be too!
Cathie Cowles: How sweet and festive are these gift card envelopes? I love the way Cathie used the Scoop Front Pocket Die with the Mittens and Be Merry Holiday stamps to create such wonderful cards! Find more details on Cathie’s blog: Christmas Gift Card Holders.
Terri Kolte: Wouldn’t you love having this sweet collage decorating your home for the holidays? Terri combined vintage collage style with the Doodle Snowflake and Jack Frost stamps to create this wonderful piece. Find more photos on Terri’s blog: Baby Its Cold Outside Collage.
Lin Brandyberry: Lin was so inspired this week that she created two cards to share! First, a lovely wintery card featuring the Merry Christmas stamp. Second, she created a super sweet card with paper pieced mittens featuring the Mittens stamp. I love the way she connected the mittens with the striped twine! Find out more about Lin’s cards on her blog: Holiday Cards.
Mindy Baxter: I learn so much about coloring from Mindy’s tutorials! This one totally makes me swoon! Find out how she created the glow on the Merry & Bright tree stamp in this tutorial: Creating a Glow with Copic Markers.
Kathy Clement: Kathy combined the Jack Frost, Doodled Snowflake, and Mittens stamps together to create this fun holiday card that is full of texture and details. Just wait until you see the cuteness inside! Find out about all the details on Kathy’s blog: Jack Frost Holiday Card.
I am just blown away by the talent of this team! Please take a few moments to check out each of their blogs for these projects and more. Be sure to give them lots of comment love!
PS. Can’t find my winter/holiday stamps locally? They are available online at Scrapbook.com and many other online retailers.