Friday, February 15, 2013

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.

I am a huge fan of A Little Hut and have many of Patricia’s amazing files. Guess what? She is now selling individual images and is offering one freebie per day until Easter. That’s right…you can download one freebie per day from her marvelous site. Her files are available in SVG and DXF formats. I downloaded the mixer and I adore it!! Yahoo!!

Have you heard about MACM? If not, be sure to check out Kristina Werner’s Make a Card Monday posts. Last week Christina posted an elegant sympathy card along with a video. Her technique videos are incredible!

If you are looking for inspiration, check out Hilary’s amazing blog, Hiliary Scraps. She had a project posted on Tim Holtz’s blog and I am so glad I checked out her beautiful blog. Gorgeous!

Another one of my must see blogs is Cokie Pop Paper! Angie is a mega talented designer and I love everything she makes!! Grab something to drink and check out her blog!

If you are looking for a fun trendy site, be sure to check out Whipperberrry. There is something for everyone on this fun blog. Be sure to check out her recipes too! And if you love Instagram, check out her top ten Instagram apps!

Thanks for visiting and have a fun Fab Five Friday!


Nana said...

Another fabulous Friday. Thanks Linda for sharing all these great places with us.

Hugs Nana
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patricia zapata said...

Thank you for spreading the word and for your kindness LInda! :)

Linda Kaiser said...

Patricia, you are so welcome. Thank you for providing all these adorable files. Love the mixer and the kitchen mitt!!


Unknown said...

I have a question & I don't know where to find the answer. I have the E2 machine & I purchased the Imagine Hey Diddle Diddle cart. to make the Hey Diddle...I do not know how to get past the first imagine which is the background. I can't figure out how to pull the others up on my screen so that I can cut them...cow, spoon, dish, etc. Can anyone please help me out?

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