Getting some inspiration to get creative can be as close as your computer. The things you discover online can really spark your imagination.
April Atwater from Sweet Life in the Valley reveals her three picks for creative websites.
There is a new kind of cookbook called a Tastebook. It’s a beautiful hardback cookbook that you create yourself. You can organize, store, and keep all your favorite recipes in your own personal book. It’s really easy to do. It only takes minutes! You design the cover. You add the recipes. You make it your own.
Visit www.tastebook.com for more information.
If you love fabric, this is the website for you.
• Spoonflower lets you print fabric from designs you upload to your own account on the web site.
• All your designs are private unless you choose to make them public. Spoonflower will never sell, print, or share your designs without your permission.
• There is no minimum fabric order and no set-up fee. You can order a swatch for $5, a fat quarter for $11, or multiple yards at $18 each. Registration is free.
• At the moment, fabric choice is limited to quilting-weight 100% cotton
• It is based in Mebane, North Carolina, but ship all over the world.
Spoonflower gives you the power to print quality fabric on demand using your own designs.
Learn more about how to create a design by visiting www.spoonflower.com
There are thousands of videos posted on this website ranging from teaching you how to make your own flashlight to cooking perfect french fries. Whatever you want to learn how to do, this website probably has it. If you want to share how to make something, you can upload your own video. It is a free service website.
Go learn how to create at www.instructables.com.
Sweet Life in the Valley is a fine living life-style blog with posts on house, home & family. For more information on April’s ideas, visit her blog at www.sweetlifeinthevalley.com.