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Speedlink Saturday for Week of August 9/09

I hope you have your printer ready!  We have lots of downloads & printables for you today!

I came across these free art print downloads on How About Orange.  Click here to see all "Feed Your Soul – the free art project."  There are submissions from various artists.

Speaking of free downloads, Karen Grunberg has been posting lots of free digital downloads.  You can see them all here.  There are lots of items you can use in both digital scrapbooking or hybrid scrapbooking.

Creature Comforts has posted a free printable striped note card.    All you need to do is print, cut it out and fold it.  A quick card ready to go.

If you’re looking for a new printer to print off all these freebies, or maybe you or your children will need one for the upcoming school season, you may want to check out Epson.  They are offering an instant rebate on two of their popular, affordable all-in-ones – the Epson Stylus® NX415 and Epson Stylus NX515.  The $40 discount will be given instantly at checkout through the end of August.  For more information, please click here.

Here is a nice collection of embroidery hoop artwork on the Desire to Inspire blog.  Most of these I believe, are done with fabric, but I think you could do it with patterned paper as well. I think this trend originated from the Purl Bee store.  Here is a post we did a couple of years ago on this subject.   Shown above left is a collection from Jennifer Pebbles.  I love how she has taken the trend a step further and used them as inspiration boards.  See her Etsy shop here where you can buy these hoop bulletin boards (currently out of stock).

Did you know the Prima Donnas have a new blog?  You can check it out here.

Are you starting to think about making your own Christmas gifts this year?  Well, here’s a really great idea from Maya Road.  At this past CHA, they came out with a clear acrylic stand that is meant to be a support system for a mini calendar or recipe book.  (Photo at right.) It looks really easy to use.  Just create the individual pages and clip them on.  You can see it here.


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  1. August 15th, 2009Posted | Permalink

    The photo of the embroidery hoop artwork is actually a photo from Jennifer Pebbles work she calls “ bulletin boards”. I thought I would mention this just in case someone is trying to pass off her work as their own. This is Jennifer’s blog where you can see her work and that actual photograph {}.

  2. August 15th, 2009Posted | Permalink

    Hi Renee, you may be right. The dates between the two photos make it look like this is Jennifer’s photo. We’ve changed the credit. Thank you for letting us know.

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