Whitefish Lake is really one of my happy places. It reminds me of road trips and summer fun with my family while growing up – a tradition I continue with my family today.
The photo also inspires me to take even MORE photos. I love photography and I love that I took this picture. It inspires me to take more and constantly try to improve.”
We are always inspired by the tips and tricks Kami shares on her blog No Biggie. If you haven’t already visited, go check it out!
I think this John Wooden quote sums it up nicely, “It’s the little details that are vital. Little things make big things happen.”
I love the feel of this photo shoot from She Paperie – the whimsy, color palette, vintageness (yes I made that word up), and every last detail. I imagine sitting at this table, never ever wanting to leave it.”
Mique’s blog Thirty Handmade Days, is full of fantastic ideas. If you’re looking for some inspiration check out some of her fun crafts and printables!
“I love anything creative and so much inspires me. I think that this beach cruiser with the colorful pennant basket liner on Blue Sky Confections is a perfect example of something that’s caught my attention tonight.
It makes me want to be outside with the wind in my hair, enjoying all the colors of summertime!”
Who isn’t inspired by Jen’s blog, Tatertots and Jello? We don’t know how she continues to come up with all the incredibly amazing projects!
“Inspiration is everywhere! The other day I was washing these delicious Rainier cherries, when I was struck by the beauty of their variegated color. I love the way they transition from red to a warm, soft yellow.
Immediately I thought what a beautiful summer party theme and these cherries would make. Or wouldn’t those colors work together to make a fun outfit! Or maybe I need to take a photo of the cherries and turn it into a work of art to hang on the wall in my kitchen.All of these ideas, and I was just getting a snack for my kids!”
Check out Kendra’s blog My Insanity, to grab a little inspiration for your party on a budget.
Colors and shapes and order and spools and bargains and textures and finds and sequins and treasures…it’s beyond phenomenal.
If I were Willy Wonka of fabric, I would sail under a pom-pom rainbow. Into a wavy ric-rac sea. I would row with pearly stick-pins. Over the cresting waves of lace. I would dock on an antique button. And wrap my self in tulle.”
If you want to be uplifted and ready to roll, definitely check out Lara’s site, Less Cake More Frosting. You are guaranteed a laugh or two!
“These guys inspire me, particularly the one on the top left. What
better reason to want to do/make/create than to show your kids to
follow their passion?”
Char’s children really are incredible and they create the very best stories for her to share…go check it all out on her blog Crap I’ve Made.
“This picture always inspires me.
I love it because the outside of this cake is all white and very boring. But once it’s cut open, you can see how wonderful and colorful it is on the inside.
It reminds me to think of people the same way–they might look ordinary at first glance, but once you really get to know them you find out that they are spectacular.”
Brittany is one of those people who are incredibly spectacular. Go grab a little inspiration over on her site One Charming Party.
“Taking a break TOTALLY inspires me! Any time I can take a break from our every day routine and get out into nature I totally get that renewed energy I need to be creative and feel like I’m ready to get back into the swing of things!
Hiking, enjoying the blue skies and my surroundings puts me in a good place! There is nothing better then being with my family outdoors and far from everyday worries and responsibilities! I am totally inspired by nature time outs!”
Becca must spend a lot of time outdoors, because she’s always got something great going on over on her blog Blue Cricket Design.
“I had a hard time thinking of just one thing that inspires me. Ultimately it is my faith and my family that are the true inspiration in my life. But, thinking about the creative aspects of my life from sewing to blog designing I decided that BLOGS are a huge inspiration to me.
If I need to know how to sew something I can find it on a blog, if I need some inspiration for a blog design I can normally find it from a blog.There have also been times of trial in my life where reading other’s blogs who have been through the same thing has been of great comfort and inspiration to me.
There is great POWER in a blog.”
Amy is the creative mind behind our blog – she’s a great designer who shares her magic through Designer Blogs.