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New Design Team Introductions

Happy New Year!!! I hope you're all doing well. I have been keeping busy with the Christmas sale orders and am looking forward to being caught up at the end of the week. 

This is going to be short and sweet so let's get to it.

First up, we have Beata joining us. Beata has been playing along with our monthly mood boards and has won a couple of times. She loves coloring, paper crafts and all things handmade. Her crafty journey started a few years ago when a friend invited her to card class and she's been obsessed ever since!

Next up, we have someone joining us all the way from Germany. Julia is 35 and only begain cardmaking at the end of 2018. Say WHAT?! It always amazes me when people are relatively new and can create cards like THIS! Impressive. 

We have another international lady joining us from the Netherlands. Peggy is 35, married and mom of a 2 1/2 year old son who works as a youth care policy maker. Her husband owns a record store and she loves music, film and books which often seeps into her craft projects as seen below! hehe

Nikki, her husband and their kitties live aboard Naval Station Mayport in Jacksonville, Florida. She's always been crafty, her mom and nana made sure of that and she started scrapbooking starting with her wedding album in 1999. See how quickly 20 years goes by?! 

Lastly we have Farhana. She's been crafting for 10 years, but started cardmaking about 5 years ago. Farhana has guested for several companies and just recently (like yesterday) also joined the Newton's Nook  DT. She loves all things rainbow (as do I) and I just adore this butterfly creation!

We also have someone amazing joining us for a special post using the mood board once a month. Sara is an incredible colorer and cardmaker from Italy. Her wrok is truly awww-inspiring and I've been a HUGE fan for a while. I am THRILLED she's making time to join us!

I'm sure the new DT members will be bringing us lots of fabulous proejects and inspiration! Be sure to check the shop for lots of new goodies arriving soon!!!

Stay safe, friends.

Vanessa






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  1. thanks you Vanessa and can't wait to see what everyone else is making!

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  2. Thanks for picking me to be on the team Vanessa! Excited for this crafty adventure!

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