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Welcome Our New Design Team Members for Fall 2020!

Happy September, everyone! I treated myself to my first Pumpkin Spice iced coffee of the season yesterday. WOOOO HOOOO! I am so excited for fall, my very FAVORITE time of the year!

First of all let me say a big THANK YOU to everyone who applied for the Design Team this term. It's always so hard to narrow it down to just 5 new members. On average, it's like picking one person per 10 applicants. For those who have never been on a Design Team, I always pick at least ONE that has never been on a team before so that isn't a requirement. My advice: KEEP TRYING!

First up, we have Lidya joining the team! She was born and raised in Indonesia and she and her husband moved to TX in 2013. She just started cardmaking 2 years ago. I saw this card on IG and it won my heart. The background is incredible and I just love that sweet scene. Ahhhh, the days of tent camping. We're spoiled now with our camper! hehe Looking forward to our lake view site at the end of the month. :) 

Tina Herbeck has been crafting for over 20 years! (So have I, but you wouldn't know it! bwahahahahaha) Tina's a part-time music teacher, wife and mom to 2 college aged kids! She's been on the Craftin' Desert Divas and Jaded Blossom DT. I just LOVE this sassy little witch!

Allison Frazier lives in Colorado with her husband and two sons who are starting school online (I'm with ya next week, girl!) I am soooo in love with this spooky little night scene. Another fabulous background.

Sophie is up next. Sophie is in her final year of med school (YOU GO, GIRL!!!) and crafts in her spare time. Fall and the holidays are her favorite time of year as well so I thought she'd fit right in. Another camping scene that won me over! Also, notice the slimline trend? I have a large variety of slimline dies in the shop if you haven't checked them out yet.

Lastly, Amanda Fitterer will be rounding out the team! Amanda is a wife, mother and avid crafter who loves all things crafty. She enjoys encouraging, inspiring and teaching others. She is on a few DT's including Heffy Doodle and this card made me incredibly HAPPY! <3 Her light and bright photos will do that to you!

So those are are new team members. These ladies will be with us through December and hopefully beyond! ;) I am so excited to have you and can't wait to see your creations!

Speaking of creations, we'd also love to see YOURS! You can join us in the FB group or play along and tag us on IG using the monthly mood board. This month's is a BEAUTY!

Thanks for coming by. Have a great day!



  1. YAY for the new team! Congrats everyone, can't wait to be inspired by you all!

  2. Congrats to the new team. Can’t wait to see what y’all make and 🤞I get to follow in your footsteps soon!!!


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