blogworthy links…

09SEPTBLOGWORTHYhey everyone!  my weekend was spent traveling back from ranger and a little studio time.  i certainly love being in the studio and creating, but i also love seeing what others are creating using the products i’ve designed.  so today, it’s time for another “blogworthy links” post.  check out some of the following creative inspirations from these talented people.  inspiration is everywhere and i love it when you guys share it on your blog.  we’re always looking for new blogworthy links so you never know if your might show up.  here’s to an inspiring day…t!m
Kolorowy ptak: love the use of colors and assorted idea-ology stuff – here’s one in green & blue too.
Anne Kristine: great use of distress crackle paint, stamps, and the woodgrain texture fade.
Aida Heron: this is such a great project using the burlap panels from district market.
Sarah Anderson: very clever way to use the alpha parts as a stencil along with the colorful dylusions ink sprays.
Jennifer McGuire: one of the best cards ever showing off the palette of distress markers – i’m a fan!
Annar-Moje: tattered florals from book paper, simple and beautiful.
- Anna-Karin: if you’re a lover of sizzix dies too, then these few posts will have you as inspired as i am.
- using the artful dwellings to create a shadowbox village
- a great distressed look using the vintage globe
- a completely different effect using the same vintage globe, amazing! 
Destination Art: lisa and elaine show a great video on making easel cards using loads of stuff.
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