As you look at the inspiration below, remember that the link in the designer's name takes you to their Sizzix blog bio and gallery and the second link takes you the tutorial for the project shown.
Amy Friend: Simply stated, Amy makes me want to learn to quilt (and own a shabby painted barn like hers!). Check out this amazing quilt on her blog: http://duringquiettime.blogspot.com/2012/10/stolen-dreams-quilt.html.
Anna- Karin Evaldsson: Layers of Ink is such an appropriate name for Anna-Karin's blog because she can ink like no other! Just wait until you see what she created this shadowbox from... http://layersofink.blogspot.com/2012/10/shadow-box-tutorial.html.
Gretchen Schmidt: How super fun is this project? You have got to click through and see all of the details on this one! http://gscrapbooks.blogspot.com/2012/10/trick-or-treat-accordion-album-tutorial.html
Hilary Kanwischer- Crazy, spooky, fun! There are so many details packed in this little spooky house, you have got to check out Hilary's post! http://hilaryscraps.typepad.com/hilary_kanwischer/2012/10/spooky-halloween-house.html
Jan Hobbins: Wait until you see the inside of this fun Pop 'n Cuts card by Jan: http://janhobbins.blogspot.ca/2012/10/its-almost-halloween.html.
Jeanne Streiff: Could he be any cuter? Jeanne is totally addicted to the Happi dies and is truly innovative in turning them into cards. Find out how she made this guy a card with the tutorial on her blog: http://inkypaws.blogs.splitcoaststampers.com/?p=17297.
Richele Christensen: Wow. That is all I could think to say the first time I saw this card by Richele. Be sure to click on the link and see more. Be prepared to say "wow" yourself! http://californiaartgirl.blogspot.com/2012/10/snow-glob-snowman-card.html
Ronda Palazzari: I love seeing how Ronda incorporates die cuts into her mixed media projects. This tutorial will make you think outside of the box when it comes to dies: http://rondapalazzari.typepad.com/helpmeronda/2012/10/spooky-canvas-for-a-spooky-night.html.
Tammy Roberts: Sweet, sweet, sweet! I know I describe Tammy's projects the same way every month, but look, how seriously sweet are these mini suitcases? You have got to see them up close! http://paperiesweetness.blogspot.com/2012/10/vintage-suitcases.html
Tammy Tutterow (me): I love the detail cut on this skull thanks to Stamp2Cut and the Sizzix eclips. I don't want to brag on myself, but I do think this card is pretty cool! You can see more details on my blog: http://tammytutterow.com/2012/10/boo-halloween-card/.
Tiffany Johnson: Simply genius. Not only does this card rock, it also talks too thanks to the Talking Tag attached to it. If you have wondered about Sizzix's Talking Tag and how you could use it in projects, you will want to check out this project AND video by Tiffany! http://iheartartblog.com/2012/10/25/interactive-party-invitation-video-tutorial/
Wow! Pretty fabulous line up of inspiration, isn't it? I hope that you have found a spark or two for your own creativity! Many, many thanks to this amazing team for another wonderful month of amazing die cutting inspiration!