Friday, February 24, 2012

friday favorites | january 24, 2012

Ahhhh, the new format, I loves it!! But I have a request for you all, pretty please! If you want to pin some of these items on Pinterest, that's awesome, but please click the link next to "Source" under the photo and pin from the original site where the content is found. I noticed that several of last week's picks were pinned from my blog, meaning that the original source is no longer credited in the pin. As a scrapper that makes me sad, because I want the people who create content to actually get the credit for it- all I'm doing is pointing out what I find cool.

Can you guys help me out with that, please?

Thanks!

Okay, with the housekeeping out of the way, lets get on with this week's picks, shall we?
Simon Says Stamp shares a really, really cool technique for stamping with a pencil eraser.

Yes, I said pencil eraser. You seriously have to check it out!



Craftberry Bush posted a tutorial on making these paper flowers using watercolor paper. So gorgeous!



Visit Ormolu for a great article on prepping Project Life cards ahead of time.



Jennifer McGuire posted a video recently at Studio Calico showing several ways to use their misting masks to make cards, including this beautiful card that's inspired by the shape of the mask itself!



Erica Hernandez shows you step-by-step how to make these fantastic hand-bound mini journals.



Okay, this is one (also by Erica Hernandez) that you really have to see on the original page to get the full effect. That big picture on the digital layout below? It's animated. Seriously! Go! Look! See for yourself and be amazed!!



This vintage travel case turned charging station can be seen over at Design Sponge.



Elizabeth Kartchner posted a video showing how to edit your photos for a "dreamy" effect. She shows a method using Totally Rad Actions and also one without actions.



Photo Card Boutique posted a completely unique way to keep your computer desktop nice and neat. This free downloadable desktop wallpaper has areas defined for different types of files and folders- just drag your stuff over one and leave it there!


Have a scrappy weekend!