Sunday, April 7, 2013

March Design Team Review

Here we are again, starting off the month with a review of the tutorials from our design team members blogs from last month.  This review is so full of a variety of projects, spotlight so many different dies and embossing folders.  Prepare to be amazed at the crafty goodness of it all!


Amy Friend: Amy created this simply adorable bunny skirt for her daughter.  So cute!!  http://duringquiettime.blogspot.com/2013/03/bunny-skirt-tutorial.html


Anna-Karin Evaldsson: Anna-Karen created this amazing mini book with pop-up features.  You simply must click through to see all of the details! http://layersofink.blogspot.com/2013/03/vintage-pop-up-mini-book.html


Gretchen Schmidt: Gretchen wow's with her simplicity and mixing of patterns.  This fun Flip-its card is no exception! http://gscrapbooks.blogspot.com/2013/03/happy-19th-birthday-card-tutorial.html


Hilary Kanwischer: How fabulous are these cute gift card holders by Hilary?  What a great way to add a personal touch to gift cards! http://hilaryscraps.typepad.com/hilary_kanwischer/2013/03/sizzix-gift-card-or-atc-holders.html


Jan Hobbins: When I saw this layout by Jan, I think I actually gasped out loud.  It is simply stunning with its many layers and mix of colors and patterns.  It is quite possibly my most favorite layout ever by Jan.  http://janhobbins.blogspot.ca/2013/03/csi-challenge.html


Jeanne Streiff: Jeanne used metal duct tape to create the gorgeous and dimensional background for this card.  http://inkypaws.blogs.splitcoaststampers.com/2013/03/28/mix9-picture-perfect/


Richele Christensen: I love the way the crisp white background on this card by Richele really adds a color pop to this pretty Pop 'n Cuts card.  http://californiaartgirl.blogspot.com/2013/03/pop-n-cut-hello-card.html
Shelly Hickox: There are so many great details to take in on this masculine card by Shelly.  For those who say they need masculine card inspiration, be sure you check this one out!  http://shellyhickox.blogspot.com/2013/03/treasure-each-day.html


Tammy Roberts: This adorable baby quilt has a matching bib too.  I so in love with Tammy's fabric choices here and definitely feeling the urge to take up quilting!  http://paperiesweetness.blogspot.com/2013/03/baby-quilt-bib.html


Tammy Tutterow: One of the tutorials I shared this month was for this small shadowbox frame created by stacking mat board die cuts.  You won't believe how easy it is!  http://tammytutterow.com/2013/03/tuesday-tutorial-bee-happy-die-cut-shadowbox-frame/


Tiffany Johnson: Tiffany has a video tutorial showing how she created this fun holiday treat.  What a great idea to adapt to any holiday!  http://iheartartblog.com/2013/03/17/sizzix-video-tutorial-st-patricks-day-favor/


Pretty fabulous projects, wouldn't you say?

I would love to see what you created in March using Sizzix products.  Use the InLinkz button below to submit a link to your project photo by Friday May 3rd midnight pst.  I will select one random participant to receive a fun Sizzix prize pack and announce that winner in the April Design Team Review.  I can't wait to see what you created!

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7 comments:

  1. wow - lots of fun stuff here, thanks for the inspiration and links!
    Sandra ltb

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  2. Gorgeous work by a talented team! I love the way they bring my dies to life!

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  3. Such creativity! Gorgeous work by all!

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  4. LOVE all the projects my fellow design peeps!! You girls bring it every month!! The review has to be my favorite post of the month because it's like "BAM" more projects!! :)

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  5. There is a WHOLE LOTTA talent on this team!!! You ladies ROCK!

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  6. This is a beautiful skirt that I could do for my little girl thank you for the idea.

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  7. lovely projects, ladies! there is soooo much love for Sizzix here!!! it's such an honor to be working alongside you now!

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