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Speedlink Saturday for Week of July 29/07

Take a look at the beeswax magnets that Jennifer Conway made here. You can also purchase them from her Etsy shop here.

Have you ever altered a tool box? Well how about the tools that go inside? Take a look here at what Kelligirl did to a set that she found by the side of the road. How cute!

Love this ATC holder made by StampingDani. She even gives instructions on how to create it.

Take a look at the glassed frame display of these layouts by Heidi of Schnipselbebber blog. They look like they are in a shadow box style of frame. Great for 3D embellishments.

Tammy Tutterow made this altered holder here using new Prima products. Looks like it can be used as a napkin holder. I especially like the touch of the lined paper print on the inside!

Mrs. Summers has a good idea for a mini book or layout. She made a mini book entitled, “The Art of a 3 Year Old on a Rainy Day in July.” This book features drawings made by her 3 year old daughter and displayed in a scrapbook format.

Allison Connors shows a little flower bracelet she made using flower brads from her line with Creative Imaginations. She also has instructions posted.

Scrappin’ Moms, out of The Philippines, is having a two-month long Idol competition. You can read the details here.

Did you see how Ngaire Bartlam is storing her ATCs for the art journal card challenge that Emily Falconbridge is doing?  She’s using those clear plastic sheets that baseball card collectors use.

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One Comment

  1. August 4th, 2007Posted | Permalink

    As a one-time hardcore ATC artist, I just had to comment on your SpeedLink observation: “She’s using those clear plastic sheets that baseball card collectors use.”

    I truly say this with love, guys, but ATC artists have been using those 9-slot page protector for EVER, so much so that it’s the #1 storage device for bindering and displaying the ATC’s received in swaps and trades. I can see where scrap artists delving into this delightful art form would be excited at first discovering this method of storage, but alas, tis nothing NEW.

    Just wanted to offer the heads-up…… :-))))))


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