I will often reference certain sources of various products and information which might be helpful to you in your crafting journey. I don’t receive compensation for these referrals, I just want to share them with you. Check back often as I add to the list. Because when crafting, ‘more is better’!
I will also include other resources as well, including gift guides, shopping resources for my favorite tools and supplies, etc., which I will continue to add to this page.
Vintage Images, DIY Tutorials & Craft Projects
This is where I find most of my vintage images. Karen is so generous with her freebies, and the paid membership is the best value I’ve ever found. But you don’t need to spend a dime for all of the DIY and Crafts tutorials she offers. This is a near-endless source of gorgeous vintage and retro designs.
Go to Graphics Fairy
Card Making, Rubber Stamping & Paper Crafting
Splitcoast Stampers has been my go-to for inspiration and education for nearly 10 years. With daily challenges, ongoing swaps and an enormous community of helpful, like-minded crafty souls, SCS is an excellent source of ideas as well as a great outlet for crafting energy.
Go to Splitcoast Stampers
LeAnne Seed is the creator of this fabulous crafting community. Between the blog and the Facebook page, it’s an endless source of digital stamps and papers, creative challenges, and regular swaps. The Facebook community is always helpful and supportive.
There’s always something going on at Gecko Galz.
Art Glitter has the best glitter on the market, in my opinion. Whisper light with a sparkle that I’ve never seen matched anywhere, there are probably hundreds of colors found within this site by now. They also offer supplies and accessories, plus ideas and inspiration for creative ways to use their glitter. This website is enormous and will keep you enthralled for hours with their various glittery offerings. This is the glitter I use on my projects.
Go to Art Glitter
If you’re the proud owner of a Silhouette Cameo but have no real idea how to use it (or only use it sparingly), Melissa Viscount’s Silhouette School is for you. This gal knows the Cameo from A-Z and she offers a free beginner’s series on how to use the machine. She is my go-to source for all things Cameo.
Go to Silhouette School