Friday, January 25, 2013

Fab Five Friday

Welcome to Fab Five Friday! A special thanks to my sister, Di for telling me about Anne’s amazing blog, Annes Papercreations.

Anne made this entire Tim Holtz storage tower from chipboard. She even made a glass door

On this side there are drawers, shelves and room for rulers.

Can you believe on this side there is even a section for holding 60 ink pads? Her carousel has four sides. Anne also has a video showing her amazing work and you can find detailed directions including lots more photos on her blog. You just have to watch the video to believe this work of art! Wait until you see the shutter/curtain that covers the ink pad section. I am totally speechless and I am never speechless just ask my friends and family!

To see the best tutorial ever on how to color eyes with Copic markers, click here. I am addicted to the Copic blog and you will be too! Be sure to check out their new 3 piece blending sets!

I have two amazing posts to share with you from Click here to see 36 scrapbook pages with backgrounds Noell made from technique-based products such as Distress Inks and Stains, Perfect Pearls, spray mists, paint, stamps, stencils, and masks… Each one is beautiful!

Click here to see Noell’s demo of the new products from Silhouette including double sided adhesive sheets and much more! To see some of the best videos from CHA be sure to visit her blog! More to come about the new Silhouette products!

If you are a Project Life fan, be sure to check out the new Project Life Honey edition from Lori Whitlock. It is adorable!!

Stay tuned, as I have an exciting week planned. My sister sent me an amazing hand-made book that I will feature next week. I am filming a video to show all the amazing details and how to make a binding using duct tape. She is mega talented!!

Thanks for visiting and have a great day.


Crafting Katie said...

I can't believe that is made of chipboard! Unbelievable!!! Thanks for sharing all of these great links, Linda! I cannot wait for the Honey edition to be available. I just love that one!!!

snappy scrappy said...

Wow...that's amazing!! Lee-Ann :)

Sandra said...

My first thought was there was no way this was made from paper! This is unbelievable. I can't wait to visit her blog.

Crafty Moni said...

Linda, you always provide us with awesome sites and links, thanks! That is so cool, im going to stop by her blog right now:)

Peace, Love, & Cricut Hugs!
Monica L. said...

She is amazing and I'm always in awe of her creations!

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