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.
What a busy week here at my house! I got my sweet girl off to school again (8th grade already!!) and am ready to get back into my routine. I thrive on routine and every year summer vacation turns me upside down. I’ve been super busy finishing up a new sewing pattern for a fun pincushion project. It is my first time patterning something 3D and I am awfully proud of how it turned out. If you follow me on Instagram or Facebook you have seen peeks of it there. This is a pattern I will be selling myself here on my website. I should have it ready to go next week (fingers crossed).
Cathie Cowles:Felt Posies and a gorgeous green plaid background? Yes to both please! I spy Posie Parts dies, the Dear Ruby background, and the Plaid Two Step Stencil. Find out more on Cathie’s blog: Felt Posie Parts Card.
Kathy Clement: Kathy has packed a ton of fun into this colorful back to school card. If you know Kathy, you know the inside is packed with dimensional and interactive elements. Click on through to Kathy’s blog to see more! Shine Back to School Card.
Lin Brandyberry: Ohhh how I love this fun little card! Lin’s use of the Posie Parade Two Step Stencil makes me smile from ear to ear! She finished it off with a Frayed Posie, a Pom Pom Posie leaf, and a Tiny Sentiment. Perfection! Find out more on Lin’s blog: Posie Parade Birthday Card.
Terri Kolte: I could have shared a photo of the cover, but I wanted to be a tease with this one! Terri created a fun journal that is full of fun and whimsey, designed for journaling on the go. Visit her blog to see the whole project! Journaling on the fly.
Vicki Chrisman: Every little detail of this hanging sign is a happy maker! The color, the posie, the fun saying- it all adds up to happy! Find out more about this cutie on Vicki’s blog: Happy is My Favorite Color Sign.
Sandra Nagel: I couldn’t resist featuring Spellblogger Sandra Nagel again. Her sweet shabby chic mini book featuring my Paper Bag Envelope die makes my shabby loving heart swoon. Check out all the details on Sandra’s blog: Shabby Chic Mini Album.
Wow! So much amazing this week. If you are crafting this weekend, be sure to check out all the links to give your creative mojo a jumpstart! And while you are there, please be sure to give the my amazing team lots of comment love!
And don’t forget- If you have created a project with my products I would love to see it! If you post it on social media, be sure to tag me (@tammytutterow). 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!