Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Link Collection. Number Two.

Okay. So it's that time again. I'm going to do another link post. I seemed to have a good response on the previous one, and it was a lot of fun to put together. I think that people seemed to enjoy it too. And you know, sometimes it just feels good to put together a short post that's still good and solid, with lots of juicy material. And a good photo. :) The picture above is of my favorite bookshelf in the house; one single shelf just for my craft books. Some other books worked their way into there, and a couple are missing, but for the most part, those are the ones I've got. And I like the ones I have. That's the point. They're inspiring to me, and I enjoy flipping through one or two of them when I'm bored. But without further ado, here's the links!!

An art prompt about your life. Amazing. And inspiring.
A tutorial on making colorful fabric ATCs from leftovers. They're lovely.
A list of several journaling prompts. Whether you're a journaler or an art journaler, these are sure to inspire you.
A cool post on some ladies that were working on quilts that look braided. Love.
Another amazing post by Balzer Designs... I couldn't resist. Her site is so inspiring.
A free motion quilting pattern that immediately caught my eye when I saw it. The whole blog is worth exploring, especially if you're a quilter!
Some beautiful english paper pieced hexagons just for the heck of it...
And to top it all off, a lovely post with only pictures of roses.

So I hope that you guys enjoyed this little collection of posts that I found inspiring to me. Just a side note here, I post stuff here that actually inspires me. While some things may inspire me in one way, yours might be a little more subtle. But that's okay! That's what inspiration is really all about.


  1. Great links. I particularly liked the link to Quiltville. I'd missed that one! Thanks for sharing.

  2. How lovely for you to visit my blog and make a link to it Jordan. I am so glad my photos inspired you. You look like you have many interests, which fortunately home education allows that sometimes get missed out in school. I home educated my oldest son :-)


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