blogworthy links…

03MARBLOGWORTHYi hope your week is off to a great start, and hopefully today’s blogworthy links will inspire a creative week as well.  i continue to be amazed by all of the sharing of ideas on blogs, pinterest, instagram, and facebook – there are so many places to choose from.  today, i’m happy to share some links we’ve discovered from many of you who enjoy sharing as well.  be sure to click the links to check out these talented folks and leave a comment on their blog to let them know they’ve inspired you too…t!m

sandy diller: this is a very clever way to use die cuts and stamps with a tutorial on how she did it too!  i always love innovation and solutions which is exactly what sandy did to create this springtime project…

helen cryer: it looks like the craze of pop-up cards are everywhere these days, and just wait until you see this creation from helen.  who knew i would end up wanting to own a colander die to use with tattered florals?  you’ll see what i’m talking about when you check this out yourself…

jan hobbins: okay, i’m a fan of all that jan creates which is why she has appeared on blogworthy before.  seriously she is a die cutting genius combining so many different elements on her projects that blows my mind every time.  her latest creation certainly will make you look at some of your dies in a completely different way…

barbarayaya: yet another one that has been on blogworthy before and when you see her latest colorful creation, you’ll see why she’s back.  her ability to blend distress inks amazes me, and combining it with a stencil is perfection.  the post might be in italian, but the creativity is universal…

may flaum: not everything has to be distress (ok i said it, but don’t ever quote me on this or i will deny it…lol).  this tag from may flaum shows that blending colorful ink sprays can give the perfect background for a springtime project…

chelle: i refer to chelle as the distress coloring “aficionado” with her inspirational creations.  i love the effects she get’s with distress as well as her combination of products she uses for her finished projects, i think you will too…

anne kristine: anne does amazing and very detailed projects she shares on her blog frequently.  if you haven’t checked out her work, you really should.  i wanted to share her project using the new clipboard die – pretty cool…

laura bvolld: you don’t need to have a blog to appear on blogworthy since as i mentioned there are so many different places to share inspiration.  wait until you see this wonderful felted appliqué using the springtime die we found on pinterest.  thanks for sharing it laura…

tim holtz: yikes! here i go again listing a previous blog post of mine, but hey if you’re like me, i forget many of the ideas i’ve seen in the past so a reminder of them is always a good thing.  hopefully when you see this springtime plaid technique i shared back in 2009 you’ll agree…


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76 Comments to “blogworthy links…”

  1. Howdy says:


    I really like what you did with the blog here!…

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  3. bonnie gallaway says:

    I am interested in finding out more about the chipboard cabinet cards that are double sided and can hold a photo. Where do I look for these? B

  4. Judy Jackson says:

    Great blogs — especially the last one!

  5. Another bevy of beautiful blog projects!

  6. Tasha Cosenza-Mechels says:

    Love seeing all of the Spring projects! So much color and life 🙂 I am so ready for spring grass and flowers here in MN!

  7. Hi Tim, These blogs are indeed a big inspiration!
    Thanks for sharing,

  8. Marina says:

    Now I know what I have to do. Thanks!

  9. Jan Hobbins says:

    Thank you so much for your kind words! I feel so honored that you featured me on your blogworthy links! I love discovering new blogs to visit, thank you for sharing!

  10. Sandy Diller says:


    thanks so much for linking to my post. i feel so honored that you like it. i have had lots of visitors and i am still doing the happy dance.

  11. Katy Drogos says:

    Thank you for the inspiration! 🙂

  12. Thank you for all the links! I love seeing other people’s process, it is so inspiring!!

  13. Patti says:

    These are great ideas! My favorites are the two with the “chocolate bunnies” by Amy and Tim… and that’s how the clipboard die works! Now I have to have that, too!

  14. fun to visit the links- thanks

  15. Shirley Smith (NY) says:

    So many ideas and not enough time !!!! As always thank you for sharing !!

  16. Pat says:

    Hey, if there are people out there like me, I need a boost to my memory. Thanks.

  17. Brandy says:

    Wonderful inspiration!

  18. Angele says:

    So much inspiration and even the one from May can be easily distressed if you want too 🙂
    Thanks for all the links and even more for your comments on them!

  19. AWESOME!!!! Love seeing new blogs I haven’t and seeing friends blogs listed! I don’t know how you find the time to even see any blogs with all you do! That in itself is to be commended! Thank you for all you do for us! Awesome inspiration all around!!!

  20. Cathy Doerr says:

    Thanks for all the Spring/Easter inspiration.

  21. Rachel B. says:

    Such fun inspiration! Thanks!

  22. WilmaB says:

    Wow, great shares, thank you!

  23. Annie says:

    What marvelous work and inspirations even yours Tim ——-Big Happy Face—just kidding. I always like to be reminded of one of your older tags. I very much enjoy seeing the great techniques.
    Annie in DE

  24. Diana says:

    Thanks for sharing so many great ideas in one place. I really love the clipboard die and the photo wheel die! Gotta have them..,.

  25. Barbara Albrecht says:

    Thank you for posting links to these fabulous ladies’ projects. I love seeing what others are doing and discovering new blogs to follow.

  26. Fabulous examples of your supplies. The inspiration is flowing.

  27. Eva R says:

    Thanks for sharing and inspiring us. My favourite has got to be Jan’s!

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