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Excellent Ideas

Here are some excellent ideas I've stumbled on recently.  Enjoy!

Cut Stuff in Half

From the Pink Paislee blog, Anne Jo Lexander offers up the simple and chic idea of cutting a Sweetness Flip Note in half.  What an easy way to provide the look of layering!

Canvas Cloud Tutorial

Samantha Kira, aka Journal Girl, has a fun tutorial for how to make this awesome cloud and raindrop combo from canvas.  My favorite part is the purple wire, which looks fun and controls exactly where the raindrops are.

Chalkboard Contact Paper

Danielle Flanders uses Chalkboard Contact Paper for the lid of this super cute box!  She has source information in her post.

Statement Necklace Tutorial

Step-by-step directions on how to make this cool necklace.  The tutorial is part of a brand new FREE online magazine called Joie.

49 Creative Ideas

XL Doodle
iHanna has a fantastic list of 49 creative things you can do today!  Number one is to doodle on brown paper (pictured above).  Just do it, baby!


Peek stitch 5
Kinsey Wilson shares a tutorial on how to make the fabulous paper reverse applique you see pictured above.  It looks super intense, but wow!  The results are just amazing!

Blending Glimmer Mist

Fantastic idea from Tammy Tutterow on the Tattered Angels Educator blog.  She shares how simple it is to blend one color of Glimmer Mist into the next.  I assume this is a technique that would work for any spray ink and it looks so darn easy to do!

Ali's December Daily

Ali Edwards is back with this year's version of her "December Daily" album.  She just posted all about how to create  your foundation. I'm absolutely LOVING her formula this year: transparencies + cardstock pages.  Simple and gorgeous!  In the past I've done the daily album for months other than December...I wonder if maybe I'll play along in the right month this time...?


Totally fun idea from Elvie Studio!  She made a little reference tag book for her favorite embroidery stitches.  Making the project just a little bit more fun, the frame she used for each stitch is a stamp that she carved!  Genius!

 Hope you find some inspiration!  Thanks for stopping by!