Hello Spellbinders’ fans! Thank you so much for joining us this week as we host our first Card Making Challenge! We asked a few of our designers and spellbloggers to share their take on one of our cards kits – December 2016 Card Kit of the Month and we are excited to show you what
Tammy Tutterow is a lifelong artist and crafter. She grew up in a home full of arts and crafts supplies with very creative parents. She loves all types of crafts but her true crafting passion is in papercrafts, ribbonwork, and fabric crafts. She loves to combine elements of all three into her projects. Now that her hand lettering and illustrations are available in stamps, she is able to incorporate that into her craft projects as well!
Tammy grew up dreaming of becoming a children’s author and illustrator. She fell in love with drawing letters when she was about 10. Her mom gave her a catalog of transfer typefaces from the local art store. She loved drawing the letters and combining them with her doodles. Tammy rarely showed off her lettering or illustration until one day in 2015 when she shared a picture of a lettering bit on Instagram. The comments were so encouraging that she began to share more. Not long after she was invited by Spellbinders to turn her lettering pieces into stamps!
You already know that rubber stamps are a fun and versatile crafty supply. Did you know you can use your stamps for stitchery patterns also? Read on for a quick and easy way to go from stamp to stitchery in just a few easy steps! For a while now I have wanted to find
Embossing folders are a great way to create easy textured backgrounds for paper crafting projects. Learn a quick and easy method for creating a multicolored textured background using embossing folders and ink! You probably already know that embossing folders are a smart crafty tool to have in your craft stash. They are inexpensive, are easy
Tammy’s artful phrases and illustrations will always bring a smile to your face! Her latest collection is filled with adorable flowers and posies, ready to be colored in and shared with someone special. Make sure to shop the new collection & discover the inspiration behind this new collection with Tammy herself: 1. What three words
I don’t know about you, but for me, creativity and making are as essential to living as breathing. For as long as I can remember, creativity was something I turned to as entertainment in good times and as a refuge when life felt hard. As a kid I daydreamed with a pencil in my hand.
And you thought March winds and April showers brought May flowers! Surprise, May also brings new stamps and dies from Tammy Tutterow! The new set featured in this card gives you options for three looks from just one stamp and die set! I am so excited to FINALLY get to show you the Happy Grams