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.
My poor blog here has been a bit neglected lately. I have been super busy with some illustration work, finishing up the designs for my January 2018 stamps and dies, and even taking a little time off to enjoy a bit of summer with the family. I have a huge stockpile of projects that I need to share with you and a list of ideas for new ones. Hopefully this week I can jump back into a blogging groove and get some more posts up. Cross your fingers for me!
In the mean time, my team has you covered with fabulous project ideas just in time for the weekend. I hope you will take a look at the projects, click-through to each of their blogs, and leave some comment love. Comments are always so appreciated.
Cathie Cowles: Oh my goodness!! How fun is this pairing of my new Happy Birthday Cake stamp & die set with my Polka Party stencil? And the color palette? Sooo fun! Check out all the details on Cathie’s blog: Happy Birthday To You Card. (Be sure to read all the way to the end of this post to learn about a great sale on my stencils!)
Kathy Clement: Swoon. That’s how this sweet folio project makes me feel! It is so sweet and so rich with color, texture, and pattern. There is just so much to see and love AND this is only the outside! For a full tour and look inside, check out Kathy’s blog for a video tour with all the details: Welcome Wee One Baby Girl Folio.
AND… Kathy’s project is part of the Friday Focus on my products at the Funkie Junkie Boutique! All Tammy Tutterow Stamps and Dies are available at an extra 15% discount through midnight Thursday, July 20th. Since the Funkie Junkie always sells at a 20% discount, that amounts to 35% off retail prices. Check it all out HERE!
Lin Brandyberry: I love that Lin has a magical way of combining my products with products from other brands. It shows how versatile they are! Today she is featuring my Petite Greens with a sweet bluebird die cut and stacked word die cut. Be sure to visit Lin’s blog to learn more about the background and the other elements she used to create this sweet card! Happy Birthday Card.
Terri Kolte: Terri always has something clever up her sleeve! This week she is sharing how she used the Scoop Pocket die to create fun treat envelopes for a Girl Scout event: Neverland Treats.
Vicki Chrisman: I simply adore the rich color palette and texture of this fun card from Vicki. I love that it is such a great all occasion card perfect for any time of the year. Find out more on Vicki’s blog: Sunflower Card.
This Friday is just too fun to stop at 5, I have 3 bonus bits of inspiration for you!
Wanda Guess: Wanda is so amazingly talented! I m pretty sure I gasp out loud at every project she shares online. This week she shared these two amazing cards on her blog featuring my stamps and dies. I am just blown away by them. Be sure to visit Wanda’s blog to read the details about these cards and to check out more of her work: Happy Grams Cards
Aida Haron: One thing I love about our online paper craft community is the way it creates friendships around the world. One of my favorite long distance kindred spirits is my sweet friend Aida who lives in Singapore. This week she shared this sweet pocket card on Instagram featuring my a fun combination of my stamps and dies. She doesn’t have this one on her blog, but I would encourage you to visit her blog and soak in some of her incredible work: Aida Haron Blog.
And finally, a second sale tidbit for you! StencilGirl is celebrating THE StencilGirl MaryBeth Shaw’s birthday with a fun sale on all stencils, including mine!
- Receive 14% OFF all my StencilGirl stencil designs HERE!
- Use code: birthdaywishes
- Stencil sale begins July 7th and ends July 8th at 11:59 p.m. CST
That is it for this edition of Five for Friday! As always, if you have something you have created with my products I would love to see it! If you post it on social media, be sure to tag me. You can also post a link in the comments below or even email me. I would love to see your creations and share them on my Pinterest and Facebook page for others to see!