Friday, October 21, 2011

Fab Five Friday!

Welcome to Fab Five Friday! For those of you that are new to this blog, every Friday I showcase five blogs, websites or posts that I think you will enjoy. But before we get started, I have a few announcements.

Click here to enter the organizational tip contest and the chance to win three Cricut Cartridges! There are over 570 great ideas that you just have to read! I am so thankful that you have taken the time to share your organizational ideas with all of us! You have until Sunday night at midnight to enter this contest and the winner will be announced on Monday!

Congrats to Scrappin Dhilly the winner of the All Around Christmas set. Please email your address to and I will get your set in the mail. Emma thanks again for making this week so special!

Scrappin Dhilly said...
I have really enjoyed your projects this week, I am definitely going to be "stalking" your blog! Thanks for all of the inspiration!

Also, I would love to invite you to join my brand new facebook page, Paper Boutique with Linda Kaiser. To join, just click on the like button on the left hand side of my blog. Yahoo! I finally made a Facebook page for my blog!

Now back to Fab Five Friday

Laura from The Paper Trail is one of my favorite designers and I think her work is amazing! Be sure to check out her Gingerbread Castle post and while you are there take a look at her beautiful blog! She is truly a paper artist! Isn't this Gingerbread Castle wonderful?

I love the look of letter press and Shari Carroll did a beautiful job of using shadow ink with her embossing folders to create a faux letter press card. Click here to see her post. Gina K also created a very informative video with step by step details. Gina originally posted her video in 2009, she was so ahead of the curve. I can’t wait to try this!

If you are looking for some ideas for your Christmas cards, check out Holiday Card Boot Camp and Join Jennifer McGuire, Kristina Werner and 12 of their most talented friends as they walk you through how to create your own 2011 holiday card in Holiday Card Boot Camp. Whether you’re hoping to create a card that includes photos, a newsletter, a gift card or more – you’re sure to be inspired. This class includes easy to mass-produce cards, 16 videos, card sketches, stamping and cardmaking techniques. The above description is from their registration page. I am signing up today for the class. The fee is $29.00 and I can’t wait to start!

For a mega dose of cuteness, click here to see the cutest Hello Kitty Trick or Treat card ever! I love Susan’s work and her amazing blog, Busy with the Cricky! I also love seeing her work on Everyday Cricut!

As most of you know, I am a huge fan of Fantabulous Cricut and love their challenges. If you are looking for last minute ideas for Halloween cards, check out their current challenge. My favorite is the door hanger from the Mini Monsters cartridge! Check out Carissa’s (Happily Ever Crafter) fun post!

Thanks for stopping by and I hope you are having a fun filled Friday! Thanks again for making this the best week ever!!


Leslie G. said...

The spooky Hello Kitty rocks! And what a great idea to turn HK into a bat! Off I go to create...BOOOOOOO ( I mean MEOWWWWWW)

Anonymous said...

Linda I love the castle. Laura is amazing!


Anonymous said...

wow, fantastic castle. such a cool idea~

Crafting Katie said...

Wow! That gingerbread castle is amazing!!! Thanks for sharing it! Have a great, RESTFUL weekend, Linda!

ScrapCrazyyyy! said...

Beautiful, thanks for sharing!

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