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Let the BLOG HOP begin!

Hi everyone!! Suzy West here!! I have an amazing design team that post the most terrific projects daily!
They inspire me all the time!!!

I'm excited to tell you about a blog hop that starts TODAY that will include some of my amazing designers!!!!
Here's the scoop!
For the next week you will have the opportunity to visit blogs from different designers on the team. They will post a question for ya and all you need to do is leave a comment. At the end of the week, we will pick a winner that will receive an amazing prize package that includes our embossing powders and more!!! Today please leave your comments here.
Here's my question of the day...Where do you find your inspiration?
Look forward to reading your posts!! Tomorrow...head on over to Angel's blog.

If you get lost along the way, here is the complete line up:
                  WOW Blog <--You are here!
WOW Facebook Page


  1. so get my inspiration from places like this, joining weekly challenges, seeing others fantastic work, sharing community xx

  2. Everywhere!!! I may see a color that pring up a layout ot a design line that give me ideas:)

  3. I mostly find inspiration in blogs and magazines. :-)

  4. PINTEREST!!! I love being able to search and find beautiful crafts and art!!!

  5. Suzy I love this mini book. I find inspiration just about anywhere.....Blogger, Facebook, Pinterest....and even Target

  6. When I am aware of surroundings... The beach, a river, another country... And colors gives me the muse...

  7. I usually find inspiration seeing magazines and blogs. I took the class with Suzy of the album pictured here in puerto Rico. Suzy is awesome

  8. From someone like you, blogs and pictures. The sky, my mom and my son

  9. I get inspiration from all kinds of places - all the great blogs and internet sites, color and patterns in the great papers available, quotes ...

  10. the source can be a magazine, a book or a website but the inspiration really comes from that other person who took the time to share his/her artwork

  11. I get my inspiration from everywhere but mostly from the photos I am scrapping and the products I am using... then it's just having fun! Love the book and thanks so much for a chance to win some :)

  12. I find my inspiration everywhere! I get it from a picture, flowers, and the one I love most is paper! The paper I create with brings out the story!

  13. I find inspiration everywhere! I try to peruse at least one cardmaking magazine a day, even if it's an old issue! I look at clothing and decor items when I go shopping, and always look to my fellow scrappers online for a bit of insight when I'm at a loss. I love that we get inspired by each other much of the time!

  14. There is so much inspiration on internet. Facebook blogs magazines pinterest
    I am dying to try this powder haven't found it in stores anywhere yet

  15. I get a lot of inspiration through magazines, walking outside in nature, books, internet and through friends.

  16. This is so beautiful! Can't wait to see the rest of the projects!

  17. I get alot of my inspiration from blogs,friends and my grandkids!

  18. The book is wonderful! I find inspiration usually by browsing online galleries.

  19. I mostly get my inspiration from blogs, and pinterest, and magazines, and kids' books ... there's no end to it! :)


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