Amy Powers Inspired Ideas Spring Issue and The Money Rosette

spring2013promographicI’m very excited to share the newest issue of Amy Power’s Inspired Ideas. It’s just the cutest one ever and I’m tickled to be a part of it. Here’s a little preview:

In this Spring issue, Amy shares a project excerpt from my new book, Rosette Art. CatheHoldenMoneyRosetteThe project is the Money Rosette, with full photo instructions, just in time spring graduations or summer weddings.cathemoneyrosettecathemoneyhowtoThere are many darling projects in this issue. Wait until you see the little Spring Cloches by Ashlee Park made from plastic wine glasses. Super sweet brilliance, lots of great visuals and ideas.ashleecloche1 There are so many treasures to be found in each issue of Inspired Ideas. And all for only $3.99 for a digital issue!cottageFor even more creative inspiration, be sure to follow Amy Power on her blog, Inspire Co.square She is one remarkable woman. You’ll be blessed to know her. I know I am.

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10 Responses to Amy Powers Inspired Ideas Spring Issue and The Money Rosette

  1. #1 - Dorothy says:

    What a fun, popular gift that would make! My daughter made me an origami ornament for Christmas out of 5, $1 bills; forced savings cause I’ll never spend it haha!

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  3. #2 - ~amy~ says:

    Looks awesome…love that rosette!

  4. #3 - Maria (Magia Mia) says:

    You are extremely gifted and inspiring all by yourself. Congrats on your publication!

  5. #4 - Linda says:

    Love the picture. The print of the directions is too small to read though.

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  7. #5 - Jane says:

    This is adorable. Here in Germany, it is common to make these sort of “arrangements” – like a terranium – and give them as gifts. I think there are even books out there with design ideas! Yours is a prize winner though!

  8. Love, love, love the money rosette! So creative!

  9. #7 - Mary Debord says:

    How can I get this book, would love to make some of the money rosettes.

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