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.
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
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