Meet The Design Team

Anita Mulcahey of Paper Happy.
My grandmother taught me to sew when I was four and I have been crafting ever since.  I started scrapbooking when my son was two to complete a baby album for him and was hooked on paper crafting from the first moment.  I love to do layouts, cards and altered items with my favorite being the cards and altered items.

I have been lucky to be published and most recently my work can be seen in the Fall Issue of CardMaker Magazine.  I have also been on a lot of different types of design team and am really excited to create with Ewe-N-Me Printables.  I teach at my local scrapbook store and really enjoy sharing my love of paper crafting.

I am a social worker and I live with my hubby of almost 30 years in MA.  We have two children, a son who is 23 
and in his last year of college at Northeastern University in engineering and a 20 year old daughter who lives with us and commutes to Bryant University.  She has her sights set high on being a PA and is working on her degree in biology right now.  I love my family, friends and football.

My Pinterest Page
 

Beth Byrd of Pretty Byrd Designs. 


My name is Beth and the name of my etsy shop is Pretty Byrd Designs which I opened in January 2013. My shop features one-of-a-kind greeting cards, gift tags, journals, decorative boxes and tags. I love creating and experimenting with colors, patterns and textures and work with rubber stamps, inks and a variety of embellishments. What started as a hobby creating cards for personal use grew into something larger as I began selling to family and friends.

I've sold my work at local craft shows and shops and was recently honored to have my cards appear in “The Stampers’ Sampler” publication. I am grateful for my customers and take pride in being able to provide them with an original item crafted with care. 

ETSY shop: etsy.com/shop/PrettyByrdDesigns
Visit my blog at: prettybyrddesigns.blogspot.com




 Cynthia Chapman of Cynzplace.


Crafting started when I was very young. Encouraged by my Grandma. I learned a lot from her and have been growing in my crafts ever since. 

I started out doing crochet and embroidery. It's very exciting to see something come alive when finished. 

A few years ago I started to dabble in scrapbooking and fell in love. 

I am always making something new either a new paperbag scrapbook album, a mini quilt, a Christmas ornie, a stitched pillow tuck, crocheted flowers, or something totally new.

 I am humbled when someone buys something I have created. It feels my heart with joy.


Facebook page: facebook.com/pages/Cynzplace
ETSY shop: etsy.com/shop/cynzplace
My Blog: www.cynzplace.blogspot.com




Graciela Chavez of Graciellie Designs.


 Hello my name is Graciela, also known as Graciellie (Gracie-Ellie). I'm Brazilian-Honduran, and I enjoy papercrafting greatly. I discovered cardmaking in 2010, and little by little it became my hobby. I love watercoloring, stamping, and anything floral on my cards and projects. My style goes from shabby chic - vintage to clean and simple - layered.

Opening my blog was an amazing event that allowed me to know more about the papercrafting community. It also gave me many opportunities that I am thankful for. Currently I'm part of four design teams and I enjoy being able to learn and share with so many other crafters.

I am very glad to be part of Ewe-n-Me Printables' Design Team and I can't wait to share with you my projects using Deena's amazing designs (they're just lovely).

For more about my work please visit my blog: gracielliedesign.blogspot.com
Facebook: facebook.com/HandmadeCardsByGraciellie
or Pinterest: pinterest.com/graciellie





Sue Kracker of Sue's Paper Crafts

Hi, I’m Sue and I am very excited to be a part of the Ewe-N-Me Printables team. 
I have been paper crafting since 2006 and have been hooked ever since. I really enjoy making cards and I have done a several scrapbooks. I also enjoy making home decorations.

Starting my blog really opened up a whole new crafting world for me, I love seeing what other crafters are making and I have learned a lot of new techniques. It is the only way I can keep up with new things since being transplanted from Michigan to a small town in Arizona.
Visit my blog: www.suek86401.blogspot.com 


1 comment:

Cynthia Chapman said...

Welcome new design team members!!! Can't wait to get to know you and see what happiness you create!