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Thursday, November 5, 2009

Lists and links ahoy!


I made this ^ :)

Lists. Now I love lists (see Hallowe'en post for a good example). In fact, I'm often heard saying that it's one of my favourite ways to procrastinate. So, I thought that I'd give you all a glimpse into my surfing world, my other favourite way to procrastinate, blogs that I look at regularly. So here are 5 that are nearly always updated every other day. Perfect when you're feeling less than inspired.

It's A Creative World is a blog contributed to by a number of very talented people. At least one of the team blogs each day, and I still haven't made my way through all the wonderful stuff I want to make just from ideas from this site. Plus, my gingerbread recipe is featured on it today, so I figured I'd return the favour :)

Banana Frog makes gorgeous acrylic stamps, but their design team have some amazing ideas that could easily be done with existing stamp stash.

Tollipop is a blog written by a very creative lady who illustrates her own delightful tales. She has a very dry sense of humour, which I most definitely get.

Craftastrophe is possibly the scariest collection of crafts ever. They trawl the web looking for those handmade objects which only a mother could love, if you know what I mean. It's always good to see others' crafting disasters; makes me feel a whole lot better about mine :)

And finally, It's all fiddle fart is a blog I found quite recently. The lady who blogs here posts regularly with pictures of her creations, mostly cards at the moment, though she does have an eye for bargains that can be gussied up to look pretty darn tooting. There're so many ideas here, you're bound to find something to inspire you!

There are many more blogs that I find inspirational, some are in the linky bit to the right, others perhaps I'll talk about another day.

(Two posts in three days! Now I'm sure a regular reader of mine might take the mick a little for that, but I'm pretty pleased with that count. It is theoretically day 4 of the "Blogging for scrapbookers" class, but I'm just going to work through the prompts as and when I feel like it, what with the dissertation blah blah blah :) )

10 comments:

Kel said...

Some great links there! I'll have to go over and check out your gingerbread recipe at IACW.

Kel said...

Oh I meant to say, I'm treating the blogging class the same way. If it grabs me and I have time, I will, but I refuse to let myself feel behind. good luck with the dissertation.

sharyncarlson said...

Goregous photo! And thank you for sharing these links. I'll definitely be checking them out! Good luck with your dissertation :)

Tinkertaylor said...

I just had to see craftastrophe....unbelieveable
thanks for sharing

SarahLP said...

That photo is adorable! Thanks for the links, I know of a couple of them (IACW and BF) but will check out the others. I like your philosophy on this class - I am feeling MUCH less pressure to keep up with this one than previous classes. Gotta be a good thing!

Janice xxxx said...

you surely don't mean ME?? ( regular nagbag reader...) oui, c'est moi ha ha. Get on with that dissertation ......

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Sarah said...

Ooh my very first comment bot. How exciting! I shall leave it there for posterity :)

RachelB said...

What an adorable piccy, looks deep in thought!

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