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.
It has been a little quiet here on my blog lately. When I have a big project, I get hyper focused and not very good at multitasking. I haven’t squeezed in any crafting in what feels like forever. I have a stockpile of project photos I’ve never blogged and could share, but I can’t seem to leave my drawing table for the computer to edit them and to write. I am not complaining though, I am so happy to have the work and am so proud of some of the new stamp designs coming in the next couple of releases. Can you believe that I am working already on the art for Winter 2018?
I am so thankful to have inspiration from my creative team to share with you. I am blown away again and again when I look at what they create with my little doodles. I am so thankful to them for sharing their creative talents with me and you! Be sure to click-through to each of their blogs to see more details of their projects and to give them some comment love!
Cathie Cowles: Isn’t this just the sweetest? I simply adore every single detail of it! I especially love the way Cathie double cut the Prim Hearts, so clever! In addition to Prim Hearts, she used the Nothing But Love and Hello There stamps and Bitty Posies dies. Find the card on Cathie’s blog: Well Hello There Card.
Kathy Clement: This reversible pocket tag from Kathy is so rich, rich in color and crazy rich in detail. There are just so many amazing details that you are going to need to see on her blog! I spy a Tiny Sentiments, Sunflower Bunch, and Make Today stamps. What else did she use? You will have to click-through to find out! Fall In Love Reversible Pocket Tag.
Lin Brandyberry: Swoon… all the things I love- Posies, Polka Dots, and Prim Hearts! Isn’t this card just the sweetest? Find out how Lin made this cutie on her blog: A Dream is a Wish Card.
Terri Kolte: I love what a happy and fun mix of colors on this card from Terri featuring the Party Stamp and Die set. It is so festive with fun sparkles and sequins! She combined it with the perfect combination of pattern paper too! Find out all the details on Terri’s blog: I Feel a Party Coming On Card
Vicki Chrisman: One of the things I love best about using stamp and die combos on cards is that you can create a totally coordinated look so easily. Vicki used the dies from the Birthday Cake stamp and die set to create a paper pieced cake from the same papers as her card. She used the colors from the papers to color her stamp image. It is simply perfect! Check out more on Vicki’s blog: This Art that Makes Me Happy
Here is a quick bonus share. This past week I shared a quick mini tag book tutorial on the Spellbinders blog. I combined my Mini Tag Book die with the dies and papers in the Spellbinders December 2017 kit. You can check out the tutorial on the Spellbinders blog: Mini Tag Book + Club Kit.
Don’t forget, I want to see your projects featuring my products! 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!