I shared in earlier posts how I found a very tattered and shabby worn quilt a few months ago. I used bits and pieces of that quilt in several projects, using every last scrap of it. Today I am sharing a mini book that features the quilt on the cover. It is such a compliment to the theme and embellishments. I love this book madly. So much so, I am thinking I need to break down the full assembly into a tutorial soon. Until then, I hope you will enjoy this quick tour.
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 in Phoenix, Az for the Craft & Hobby Association Creativation Trade Show. I will be doing make & takes and spending time in the Spellbinders booth. We are featuring my November release as well as a new collection available in February. Every year I say I will blog from the show and every year I end up so busy that it doesn’t happen. So I am not going to promise it this year, but I am going to try really hard. What I will do for sure is to post on Instagram and Facebook. I plan on trying my hand at a few Facebook live videos. (Don’t worry if you can’t tune in live, the videos will stay on my page.) Spellbinders will also be sharing videos and photos from the show so be sure to follow along with them on their blog and social media too. (Find all of their links on their blog- Spellbinders blog.)
I made all new samples, TONS of samples for both collections. I have so many things to show you and hopefully inspire you with. I will tackle all that when I get back. Until then, please check out this week’s round up of amazingnesss from my super talented team.
Hey there! I am popping in today with a super quick post that I thought might be handy to some… these are the pages from the 2016 Spellbinders Catalog that feature my products. They include all item numbers and the retail prices for each item (in USD). [Read more…]
Ok, lets talk thin dies! I am really excited about this group of dies. I really wanted to offer things that would be versatile. My thinking is that if I spend $20-$25 on a set of dies, I want to be able to use it in multiple ways. That is one of the reason I avoided anything to themey. I like good basics, things you know you can use over and over again no matter what you create- cards, pages, mini books, journals, planners, and more! [Read more…]