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10OCTBLOGWORTHYi wanted to share another great group of “blogworthy links” filled with clever and frightful halloween project ideas.  i really appreciate all of you who continue to share your creativity on your blogs for everyone to see.  we’re always out there looking for blogworthy stuff so keep on doing what you’re doing – you never know when you might show up here on a “blogworthy links” post.  please take some time to check out this month’s links.  hopefully it will inspire you to get wickedly creative this weekend…t!m

– that crazy chick: okay guys, this blog is packed with some of the most innovative ideas ever!  i love this evidence creation using the skull, but be sure to check out the other amazing posts on this blog – you won’t be disappointed…

– a painter girl: check out how chelle created a faux skull mirror using alcohol inks and glossy cardstock.  the whole display showing off this project is way cool…

– donna gibson: think skulls always have to be dark and sinister?  think again.  check out how donna combined some dylusions images and distress markers to create a colorful creation…

– linda cain: linda always has her own style for distress, but when she discovered dylusions colorful inks and combined the two, magic happens.  see for yourself…

– kaz hall: steampunk lovers unite~  this out of this world industrial skull is unlike anything i’ve seen before.  quite the imagination and clever uses for so many things.  bravo kaz…

– tammy tutterow: if you want to see what makes stamp2cut so dang cool, this card is proof.  the dimensional effects of layering the cut pieces creates a realistic skull for sure…

– shelly hickox: you can always count on shelly to mix a variety of products and techniques in her creations.  check out how she used the sizzix diffusers, texture fades, and of course an embellishment or two in her frightful card…

– creative juice fresh squeezed: i’m all about dimensional creativity and this one is over the top.  i love the use of stamps and dies to turn the ordinary into the extraordinary.  be sure to click the photo to enlarge and see the detail…

– the artful maven: another cool steampunk approach to halloween.  there’s even a link to a tutorial of my rusted enamel technique.  awesome imagery on these atc’s…

– mamacowcreations: this is a great card to show how you don’t always have to cross over to the dark side and grunge everything up (insert evil laugh here).  i really like the clean yet awesome vintage layers this card has, and i say bravo to you on this one elise…

– california art girl: if you’re looking for a clever little halloween decor project idea look no further, richele has created a dare i say…”cute” illuminated halloween shadowbox.  i love it, and wait until you see it – i think you will too…

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  12. tammy from ontario says:

    Thanks for sharing these links. There are some really cool ideas and great blogs.

  13. Dixie Youmans says:

    Tim, the new District Market items look intriguing, especially the burlap pieces. I love tomake tags for all kinds of trees and gifts, so they would be perfect for that. Thank you for all you ideas and videos. I have learned so much.

  14. LindaSS says:

    This is so perfect… me and my DS need all the inspiration we can get for ouer plans.. We are not so used to have Halloween her in Norway, but it is coming more and more.. and this year we are planning some more… So thx so very much.. 😀

  15. Violet says:

    Thanks for the links. I love checking out the blogs of creative people. One blog I saw had mixed media houses and I decided to create one of my own – but not whimsical like hers, mine is a Halloween house. To check it out please go to my blog:

  16. Ann other creation says:

    Thanks for making us aware of some more of the great blogs out there! The techniques shown and the finished cards or tags put me in awe.

  17. Muddy Kinzer says:

    Today I am the new owner of a Vagabond machine! I LOVE it! There are die cuts all over my house. I can’t wait to alter them!

    Thanks also for these links. It’s always great to be newly inspired! Shelly Hickox’s site is amazing!

  18. EmeralDQueen says:

    Great links, I had a good checking out these blogs. Thanks Tim!!!

  19. Pam says:

    awesome eye candy!

  20. Lisa Byers says:

    Wow there are some talented people in this world!! Thanks for giving us their websites so we can find them and admire their work!

  21. cheryl c says:

    just lost my comment, guess I can’t tell a no.1 from an “ell”, LOL. Try again….. Wanted to tell you how much I appreciate you, tim, for highlighting these sites! Wow! It is going to take me several more days to finish looking at all because I get lost in their goodness!!! Congrats, O Blogworthy Ones!

  22. Sandy~Turtlelady~Sellers says:

    Love all your shares Tim but having some issues with your raised Halloween paper being a bit dark to read. Wish me luck I don’t ruin them 🙂

  23. Sue A says:

    I love Halloween. I even made my own life-size tomb stones for outside. Thanks for the links.

  24. TheresaMP says:

    lots of inspiration on all these blogs. got me started making my halloween cards. thanks as always for sharing.

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