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 creative team. Every time I see what they have created with my products I swoon and gasp out loud! I am just so delighted to see what they create. They inspire me with new ideas for using the products and I hope they do that for you too!
Cathie Cowles: I was so tempted to share four photos here of this cute box but I didn’t want to ruin the surprise for you! Click on through to Cathie’s blog so you can see the fun art she added to each side of this gorgeous holiday box. Find the full project here: Winterland Christmas Box.
Terri Kolte: Isn’t this collage from Terri just the sweetest? She always finds the best vintage images to use and has such a fun way of combining them with fun pattern papers and stamps to create such wonderful works of art. Check out all of the details of Terri’s latest collage here: Happy Holly Days Collage.
Lin Brandyberry: I confess, I seem to only think about stamping on white paper with my stamps. I guess I think that to color them I need to be on neutral paper. Not so! Check out how fabulous these cards are by Lin that feature stamping on pattern paper! They also feature paper piecing! I am so inspired by Lin to step out of my white paper box. Get a closer look at these festive cards on Lin’s blog: Holiday Cards.
Mindy Baxter: I really try not to share the same comments every time I share Mindy’s work, but wow, her coloring with Copic Markers blows my mind. Just look at how dimensional the ornaments look!! I am so glad Mindy shares tutorials for coloring because I want to know how to add shadows like that too. Amazing. Check out Mindy’s tutorial here: Creating Shadows with Copic Markers.
Kathy Clement: I love, love, love little mini books. And I love little mini books that have fun little discoveries on each page. This mini book by Kathy is like a little discovery on each page. She combined my new Mini Tag Book and the Window Mini Pocket die to create a mini full of details. Check out the details and the how-to on Kathy’s blog: Travel Themed Mini Tag Book.
I am just blown away by the talent of the ladies! Please take a few moments to check out each of their blogs for these projects and more. And please be sure to give the ladies lots of comment love!