It’s such an amazing feeling to do what you love and love what you do.
When that happens every week, then you lose track of time and your life is just so full.
Every week I have the wonderful privilege of brightening up someone’s day -just a little.
My enjoyment of papercraft has meant that I have made friends from all different backgrounds.
I also have grown so much personally as my style has changed over the past 20 years of cardmaking.
This journey is so much more to me than just having fun making things with paper.
I have found that when you do what you love and love what you do -then you forget (for most part), the difficulties that are part of everyday living.
It’s very meaningful how I have become part of a community of papercraft lovers, that I feel connected with people that “get me”.
There is something very special about feeling part of a community and sharing laughs and tears together.
When I am working on card designs and even ideas for my Stamp and Eaters Team -I am always thinking of the individual people that will be attending.
I can’t help myself by treating these ladies often with special gifts -because gift giving is one of my love languages.
If this sounds like you…
If you are reading this and would desire to have a sense of belonging with other papercrafters, then I would warmly invite you to sign up to my newsletter so that you don’t miss out on any opportunities that I’m making available.
New to papercraft and would like to know where to begin?
I have created a PDF especially for beginner stampers. You can click on the link here and you can also download this tutorial that will step you through making a card with a wow! factor.
I look forward to chatting more with you!
Happy crafting and remember to do what you love and love what you do.