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My Crafty Resume

Certifications:
  • Copic Certified Designer - July 2010

Publications:
  • Ready, Set, Create - October/November 2010 - "Spooky"
  • Ready, Set, Create - October/November 2010 - "Boo to You"
  • In A Scrap Creations - June/July 2010 - "Freedom Dove"  
  • Scrap Book News & Review - January 2010 - "Fa La La"
  • Scrap Book News & Review - January 2010 - "All You Need Is Love"


Design Teams:

  • Lindsay's Stamp Stuff - November 2009 through January 2011
  • Lindsay's Stamp Stuff - DT Coordinator - March 2010 to through January 2011
  • Meljen's Designs - April 2010 to August 2010, October 2010 to April 2012
  • Scrapbooking/Crafting Friends (Sponsored by mygrafico.com) - August 2010 to October 2010
  • Sentimental Sundays - May 2010 to October 2011
  • Sentimental Sundays - DT Coordinator - November 2010 to October 2011
  • KLM Designs - November 2010 to February 2011
  • Whimsy Stamps (digi team) - January 2011 to August 2011
  • Whimsy & Stars Studio - September 2011 to April 2013
  • Paper And Stuff - August 2012 to September 2012 (term cut short due to store closing)
  • Great Impression Stamps - January 2013 to Current
  • Pumpkin Spice Shop - January 2013 to June 2013


Guest Design Teams:

  • Fresh Brewed Designs - June & November 2012
  • Tiffany Doodles - March 2012
  • Creative Belli -Febuary 2012
  • Bugaboo's Fan of the Month - May 2011
  • Shelly's Images - April 2011 (week)
  • Pink Cat Studio - March 2011 (week)
  • Amber Ink Torchbearer - February 2011 (month)
  • AI Factory Challenge - December 2010 (week)
  • Fire Cracker Designs by Pamela - September 2010 (month)
  • Sweet 'n Sassy - August 2010 (month)
  • Raise The Bar - July 2010 (week)
  • Card Patterns - June 2010 (week)
  • Daisy Doodles - June 2010 (week)



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Berry the Snowman

Okay, Berry the Snowman doesn’t have the same ring as Frosty, but I think his cuteness totally makes up for it.  This is another one of the images that I colored during my crafting day with a friend before Thanksgiving.  I’m happy I had the chance to get him on a card.    Have a great week!  Thank you for stopping by!Supplies:Stamps:  Berry from Stacy Yacula Studio at Purple Onion DesignsInks:  Memento Tuxedo Black Papers:  Neenah Classic Craft Solar White CS, Papertrey kraft CS, Carta Bella Winter Fun paper pad 6x6 Tools:  Sewing machine, Big Shot, Papertrey Doily details die, Stampin’ Up corner punch, Copic markers Embellishments:  May Arts Burlap twine, Tattered Angels glimmer mist, button Challenges:Clear It Out 2W, 3E, Must use stash item - Challenge: Anything Goes Stash Item:Anything Goes (Twine, button, die cut – had it cut and sitting in a bin since last Xmas)Loves Rubber Stamps W - #82 Anything Goes ChristmasOldie But A Goodie Challenge 2W, must use something at least 6mts ol…

Pumpkin Spice - Birthday Wishes

While scrolling through the Pumpkin Spice shop, I noticed the great prices on the Christmas/Winter themed paper pads.    The fun colors and patterns on so many of the pages could be used for just about anything.   So I pulled out the “12 Days of Christmas” paper pad from My Mind’s Eye and set to work trying to make some cards.Since I never have enough birthday cards on hand, I thought that was what I would try first.  I started by punching out butterflies from several of the many patterns in the pad.    From there, I moved them around my card until I had an arrangement that I liked, added some stitching and stickers, and, “Ta Da!”, a birthday card! Since I also need a congratulations card for a friend , I thought I would see what I could make with the same paper pad.   I really love how this card turned out.(In real life, the glitter on the “U” is more similar to the aqua color in the paper.)So what do you think?   You can make some fabulous, non-holiday cards using holiday themed pap…

Catered Crop–Seeing Red

Hello!  I’m back. I’m sorry I have been gone so long.  Things have been so hectic that I haven’t had the chance to spend time in my craft room for months.  I was able to sneak away to my craft room for a while this weekend and hope to make it a regular event.I decided to use the Catered Crop’s Seeing Red recipe swap and take the opportunity to cook up some note cards to give to my mother in-law.  Although I only had time to make 4 cards, it was great to spend time in my craft room again.As always, Linda cooked up a fabulous Pinterest board to help get our creative mojo flowing.   Click on the photo below to go to her Seeing Red inspiration board.Don’t forget to link up your Seeing Red creations at the Catered Crop.Thank you for stopping by!Supplies:Stamps:  Fancy Flourishes & Little Labels from Papertrey Ink Inks:  Close To My Heart Hollyhock & Papertrey Ink Kraft inks Papers:  Papertrey white CS, My Mind’s Eye Miss Caroline Dolled Up 6x6 paper pad, misc. scrap red CS, Starbuc…