Design Team Divas

Sue (DT Co-ordinator) - Fridays
 I been married for 40 plus years, have 2 adult children and am the proud Grandma/Grammy of 7 amazing and fabulous grandchildren. I currently work at a busy Academic Library in the GTA. I have done various crafts throughout my life including crochet, counted cross stitching, and others. In 2004, I was introduced to scrapbooking and shortly after that I started card marking. I have been on Lora's OCS Design Team since its' beginning in December of 2010, and have enjoyed and continue to enjoy every minute of it. I especially love trying new techniques and products. I'm looking forward to the time when I retire so that I can expand my playtime and have even more crafting time and try even more new things including quilting. Visit Sue's blog Craft Creations for more inspiration.
Leanne - Mondays
Hello there! Leanne here and thanks for stopping. I live with my husband, Brian just outside the town of Whitecourt Alberta. I work from home as a Mortgage Specialist Assistant (Banker). I have been paper crafting since 2002 and I love all sorts of paper crafting, trying new projects. My favorite embellishment would have to be flowers. I have been on a few Design Teams and I love sharing my love of crafting with others and learning new ideas. I also like seeing what others create. Talents are endless. Visit Leanne's Blog Banking on Crafts for more inspiration

Cheri - Tuesdays

I live in Ontario, Canada and have been making cards for about 5 years now!  I have been married for 13 and have 4 children.  "I have a new Grandaughter so scrapbooking is now on my crafty list too!  I love to travel and drink Tim Horton's coffee!  Make it a double/double for me LOL!"  Visit Cheri's Blog Cheri B Designs for more inspiration.

Lori - Wednesdays

Hi there! I am from central Alberta, CANADA. I am a color-addicted paper crafter, crocheter and sometimes cross stitcher...I am a runner who loves coffee, candles, stars, snowmen, my family and friends, long walks, and reading. I enjoy spending time with my friends and also alone time in my crafty space :) I was a Stampin' Up! Demo for 12+ years or so and then decided to branch out and explore all the wonderful crafty options out there - and boy oh boy - I have found some treasures! I thoroughly LOVE being on design teams and working with with groups to share and get creative with! CHEERS!! Visit Lori's Blog Caffeinated Creativity for more inspiration.

Donna - Thursdays
Hello! Thank you for stopping by to read a "little about me".  I live in a rural community outside of Kitchener Waterloo Ontario.  I am married and step mom to two grown children and mom to my fur baby.  I love coffee, chocolate and animals.  My bills are paid by my job as a Sales Manager for a community newspaper, but my head is usually thinking of the next card layout or colour scheme...shh don't tell my boss! I have always done some kind of crafting including sketching, embroidery and tole painting.  I started scrapbook over 12 years ago but it is only in the last 2 years or so that I started making cards.  I love being able to personalize a card to include the recipients personality, hobby or something they absolutely love.  I am starting to get a nice "collection" of patterned paper and I am addicted to Gumdrops (enamel and glitter dots).  I like to try new techniques every so often just to shake things up in the creative side of my brain and because it is fun!. Visit Donna's Blog Kards by Krash Scrapper for more inspiration

Natalie - Saturdays

My love of crafting began as a stained glass artist and this had lead me into the wonderful world of paper crafts.  I love ink, paper, stamps, and I enjoy incorporating patterns + textures in my designs.  Over the years, I've taught cardmaking, and Copics + altered art.  My work includes the design + decoration of matchboxes, cards, ATC's and minibooks.  I live in the Toronto area.  My wonderful husband, stepkids + cats are always a source of inspiration  Visit Natalie's Blog Simply Sweet Stamping for more inspiration.

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