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Jennifer McGuire, ink.

http://www.jennifermcguireink.com/

The how-to videos of Jennifer's site help to set it apart from the others, as well as her special page on cardmaking. This site has the most adorable and creative cards and crafting ideas.

Product Release Close-Up: AVERY ELLE + Giveaway
by Jennifer McGuire about 1 year ago
Watercolor Lifting + Giveaway
by Jennifer McGuire about 1 year ago


Life is Sweet...

http://www.pinkydots.blogspot.com/

This is a very good scrapbooking site with daily posts about scrapbooking. You will get some great ideas along with pictures of some adorable ways to decorate your scrapbook.

ECD accordion oval Christmas card
by noreply@blogger.com (Cheryl) over 2 years ago
Sushi shaker and gatefold tutorial
by noreply@blogger.com (Cheryl) over 2 years ago

Obsessed with Scrapbooking

http://www.obsessedwithscrapbooking.com/

This blogger used to be a civil engineer and now calls herself a paper engineer. This blog is about learning to use your Cricut for all your scrapbooking and cardmaking projects. Check out this site for it's great tips and resources.

Cricut Flash Sale TODAY ONLY!
by noreply@blogger.com (Joy Tracey) about 1 year ago
Michaels and Joanns Coupons!
by noreply@blogger.com (Joy Tracey) about 1 year ago

For the Love of Paper

http://www.kimberly-crawford.blogspot.com/

We love this scrapbooking blog for it's very creative sense of style when comes to designing a scrapbook. You will find and love the designs on this site. Kimberly Crawford is a talented artist when it comes to this craft.

prickly cactus: MFT Stamps March Release Countdown
by Kimberly Crawford about 1 year ago
creating a bouquet of flowers; MFT Stamps March Release Countdown
by Kimberly Crawford about 1 year ago

The Odd Girl

http://www.theoddgirl.com

Kristy is the Owner/Artist of Some Odd Girl Stamps. She makes cards, stamp, scrapbook and does all original art. Copic lover (certified designer) with lots of tutorials.

Pocketful of Sunshine @ Paper Issues
by Kristy Dalman almost 3 years ago
Artsy Friday: Slow Week
by Kristy Dalman almost 3 years ago

Karen Burniston|I am not left-handed

http://karenburniston.typepad.com/i_am_not_lefthanded/

If you like pop-ups and interactive projects, you should check out Karen Burniston's blog. A licensed designer for Sizzix, she posts ideas, tutorials, and videos to help you create your own pop-ups easily using dies or templates. If you're a fan of paper engineering this is definitely a blog you will enjoy!

Pop it Ups House Pivot Card #902 in stores now!
by karenburniston almost 3 years ago
Pop it Ups Upcoming Classes
by karenburniston about 3 years ago

Cards by Tess

http://cardsbytessdavidson.blogspot.com

I make custom hand-made cards. $1 from each card sold goes to charity. Make someone's day!


Crafting with Katie

http://www.craftingwithkatie.com

Cardmaking, scrapbooking, and other paper crafting with the Cricut, Silhouette Cameo, dies, stamps, and more! Video tutorials too!

MCT Leap for Joy... It's Sale Time!
by Crafting Katie about 1 year ago
Birthday Snake
by Crafting Katie about 1 year ago

The Paper Cutters

http://www.thepapercutters.blogspot.com

I love card making and scrap booking! Cutting up beautiful papers and creating just makes me so happy! Lots of card ideas are posted on my blog, stop by for a visit!

Little Red Wagon Challenge #330 - Furry Friends
by Donna about 1 year ago
Little Red Wagon Challenge #329 -A Pop of Color!
by Donna about 1 year ago

Sticky Fingers

http://stickyfingersblog.blogspot.com

A beginning card maker blogs about her experience trying to master the art of this beautiful craft. It is a site where mistakes are published to get information and feedback from more "seasoned" paper crafters on supplies and equipment, tricks and shortcuts.



My Heart's Design

http://myheartsdesign-ctmh.blogspot.com

I am very passionate about scrapbooking and working with paper and I enjoy doing it whenever possible. I have scrapbooked for many years both with paper and digital products, but for some reason I keep coming back to the physical, paper products because I feel they provide a better experience in both the creation of the pages as well as viewing the final product. The first time I saw and worked with the products from Close to My Heart I fell in love. The paper quality is exquisite, far superior to anything you can buy from the big box craft stores. The stamps are absolutely beautifully crafted as well. I am so excited to get started in on this. So please check out my new page where you'll see my latest scrapbook pages as well as the new and exciting products from Close to My Heart. Thanks!