..bringing people together with crafting and stamping and FUN in Delta, BC..
Delta, BC, Canada
I first started stamping and crafting when I was a teenager and spent much of my time pouring over crafting magazines and getting ideas. When Stampin' Up! came to Canada, I was thrilled to find a company with so many amazing products; I knew I wanted to be a demonstrator.
I have become a Demonstrator and love sharing Stampin' Up! with my friends and family. I am blessed to have a career where I can stay at home with my family while doing what I love. Most importantly, SU! allows me to help build communities of women with similar interests. I have made so many dear friends in this hobby, and the friendships I have watched grow in my groups have been for life.
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Well if it isn't one thing, it's another. However this one came a bit unexpected. I had eye surgery a few weeks ago but wasn't completely aware of all the side effects that would occur after the surgery until I was sitting in the office reading some final paper work before the surgery. lol! I knew I would be overly sensitive to light but it has been a bit ridiculous. Now this other side effect is a side effect that only happens to people 35 and older. Well I figured I am just 35 so it probably won't effect me. Yeah right. Not only could I now not see far away but my vision up close was messed up too. So let's just say lately I have spent more time with my eyes closed during the day then open. On a good note, I can say that I see a slight improvement every day. That said I have finally been able to get some crafting done and I can stand to look at a computer again for a short period of time.
I just loved the Stampin' Celebration's challenge for this month. I love black, white and pink. I am super late getting this out but I just had to play along.
I was having a hard time finding something I could replicate the zebra stripes with when I remembered a card I made a few years ago. It was a real favourite of mine and the background reminded me of these inspiration photos. It is the rose stamp from Fifth Avenue Floral.
I sure hope you get a chance to play along. Here is the list of blogs from the Design Team. Make sure you check out their great samples!