Wednesday, August 1, 2012

July Design Team Review

Every month our amazing design team fills our Sizzix blog with amazing tutorials and die cutting inspiration.  In addition to our blog, they also post Sizzix tutorials on their own.  Once a month I like to share with you all here a peek at what they have been up to on their blogs.  These ladies are simply amazing.  I hope you will take the time to visit each of their blogs and find even more inspiration and tutorials!

Amy Friend shared a great tutorial this month sharing how she used embossing folders with felt to create embroidery templates.  Find it here: http://duringquiettime.blogspot.com/2012/07/partridge-in-pear-tree-ornament-set.html.

Anna-Karin Evaldsson created this fun vintage themed mini book in suitcase.  Check out her tutorial here: http://layersofink.blogspot.com/2012/07/suitcase-mini-book-tutorial.html.


Gretchen Schmidt shared this gorgeous Pop 'n Cuts card on her blog and shared a tutorial showing how she created it.  The tutorial is at: http://gscrapbooks.blogspot.com/2012/07/so-happy-for-you-card-tutorial.html.


Hilary Kanwischer created this fun and whimsical mini bird pincushion.  She shares how she did it on her blog: http://hilaryscraps.typepad.com/hilary_kanwischer/2012/07/little-birdie-pin-cushion-and-sewing-box.html.

Jan Hobbins created this stunning gift box and matching card.  Check out her blog for details and more views at: http://janhobbins.blogspot.ca/2012/07/gift-box-and-card.html.

Jeanne Streiff used Framelits dies to create a lovely background for her dimensional holiday flowers card.  Find out more on her blog: http://inkypaws.blogs.splitcoaststampers.com/2012/07/25/pretty-poinsettias/.

Richelle Christensen made this fun vintagey steampunk style card.  She shares all of  the details at: http://californiaartgirl.blogspot.com/2012/07/time-to-dream.html.

Ronda Palazzari shared a great tutorial for creating this colorful bird mini canvas.  The tutorial is on her blog at: http://rondapalazzari.typepad.com/helpmeronda/2012/07/little-bird-mini-canvas-step-by-step.html.


Shelly Hickox gave her Pop 'n Cuts card a grungy steampunk feel by combining lots of gear die cuts and embossed textures.  Find all of the details on her blog: http://shellyhickox.blogspot.com/2012/07/pop-n-cuts-goes-grungy.html.

Tamara Tripodi is a eclips pro and loves sharing ways to add special touches to your projects using the eclips and eCal software.  She shares how she created these hexagon shapes using both on her blog: http://happylifecraftywife.com/?p=1605.

Tammy Roberts created this small gift bag that is so pretty it doesn't even need a gift inside!  Find out al of the details here: http://paperiesweetness.blogspot.com/2012/07/its-in-bag.html.

Tammy Tutterow shares a card she made using new Alterations dies and Texture Fades.  Find out more about these new dies at: http://tammytutterow.typepad.com/tammy_tutterow/2012/07/tim-holtz-sizzix-alterations-holiday-wreath-card.html

Tiffany Johnson used her eclips and eCal to create tons of fun touches for a baby shower.  See all of the unique pieces she created at: http://iheartartblog.com/2012/07/09/kellys-babyshower-the-big-day-for-a-little-man/.

What a great round up of inspiration!  Each month this team continues to amaze me with all that they create using Sizzix products.  They truly demonstrate the versatility of die cutting!  I hope you have been inspired by their creations as much as I have!

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6 comments:

  1. They are fab!!! Massive amounts of talent here!!!

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  2. These projects are so beautiful and fun. Loved seeing fabrics this round and all the off the page projects. Yes, the little gift bag is sooooo darling!

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  3. I've been on vacation for almost a month and I picked the wrong month to go....Wow! what wonderful projects you have posted to inspire me to get back in the groove! Thank you all...Dee Sheets

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  4. Each and every project is wonderful. What a talented team!

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