Hello friends! The Inspiration Team is back again with more of their “Favorite Recipes” using my new Sizzix collection Vintage Kitchen. You won’t want to miss these creative project tutorials featuring my latest collection perfect for all your holiday baking, entertaining and gifting needs.
*Stay tuned at the end of this post for the winner and top 3 of last months Tricks and treats challenge.
Shelly Hickox has a beautiful botanical Tea Canister tutorial to share with you. Shelly shows you how to pretty up my Vintage Kitchen Canister die using decorative trims and Graphic 45 Botanical Tea papers.
Visit Shelly’s blog to learn more about this lovely project and how to create one yourself.
Rina Gonzales has a fun and creative way to use the Cookie Jar die from Vintage Kitchen. This clever gal has turned it into a super cute lip gloss holder!
Check out the tutorial on Rina’s blog and prepare to be ‘psyched’!
Diana Hetherington has several Vintage Kitchen project tutorials to share with you from cake pan pin cushions to mixed media lanterns!
You’ll find lots of unique ways to use my new collection on Diana’s blog so stop by for loads of inspiration!
The always innovative Michelle Zerull has an oh so cute pin cushion project to share with you using my cookie jar die.
Visit Michelle’s blog for a fantastic tutorial on how to fuse fabric to mat board and create this clever project yourself!
Lisa Hoel will get you in the Holiday baking spirit with this holly jolly use of my canister die perfect for gifting cookies and other baked goods.
Stop by Lisa’s blog for a full tutorial and a cute printable to include with all of your home-baked gifts.
Anna-Karin Evaldsson puts the V in vintage with this fantastic mixed-media tutorial using my Vintage Kitchen Canister die!
Stop by Anna-Karin’s blog to learn how to give your Vintage Kitchen projects a truly vintage look using inks, stamps and embossing pastes! You’ll find this and more creative Vintage Kitchen projects so don’t delay!
WOW! Holy Vintage Kitchen inspiration batman! We don’t call them the “Inspiration Team” for nothing 🙂 You can check out all of the new Sizzix dies from my Vintage Kitchen Collection HERE.
Now without further delay, let’s get to the Winner and Top 3 of Tricks and Treats…
And the winner is….Pamellia Johnson with this spectacular Spooky house created from recycled pizza boxes!
*Pamela please contact Amy(at)pluckingdaisies(dot)com with your shipping info so we can get your prize to you ASAP!
First up in the Top 3 is Keeley of Having a Me Day with this witchy and WONDERFUL mixed media canvas!
You’ll find lots of paper piecing, inking and die cutting goodness on Keeley’s blog so stop by and check it out.
Next we have Nicole of Canadian Nickel Scrappin’ with an ATB sky-high with creative tricks and treats!
You won’t want to miss a single detail included in this ATB Tower so stop by Nicole’s blog for more photos and steps. Nicole had several Artist Trading Block creations to share this month so be sure to check them all out HERE.
Last but certainly not least we have Carole Z with a super spook-tacular ATB scene!
I love how Carole used corrugated cardboard with the ATB dies to create these darling, rickety houses don’t you? Visit Carole’s blog for more details on this awe-inspiring project.
Big Congrats to Pamellia and the Top 3 and a huge thank you to all for sharing your Art with Heart!
I hope you all will join in on the current Art with Heart Challenge and share your “favorite (creative) recipes” HERE.