About Me…

My Husband, our three dogs and I recently sold our home in Annapolis Maryland and are building a new one in Millsboro Delaware. All of our belongings are in storage and we are staying at our little beach cottage til the end of July. Once Spring arrives we spend as many weekends as we can in CI right thru Thanksgiving. Looks like we will be there ALL Spring this year!


I have been crafty my whole life, and come from a pretty creative family. My Mimi (Grandmother) was an Egger. Where you use different eggs as your medium. My Mom did counted thread work aka needlework. My Dad was a decoy carver. My Sister and I both did needlework in our teens and twenties and she now knits up a storm! 


My card making hobby started in 2002 when my friend Jen’s Mom introduced me to Stampin’ Up!. It has evolved into having a home Studio and selling my cards here on my blog. I have no formal training. But I do love to take classes, as many as I can!  I have done Jen Doves Copic Boot Camp, TWICE! and am scheduled to do it again in December 2021. I have taken a Wreath Builder class with Gina Krupsky of Gina K Designs. I have also done several classes with Danielle Walls of Neat & Tangled.  My copic skills are the ones I work on most and I try and take classes twice a month with Nancy Sheads of Rowhouse Greetings.

I enjoy showing others to make cards. I have been a product demonstrator at Photoscraps in Sykesville MD, and have been on a design team for a card challenge blog. I cannot wait to instruct at the CCA!


What I am up to now, and have been in the past.

I am currently designing card making classes to teach at the Chincoteague Cultural Alliance.


I was a Product Demonstrator for Demo Days at Photoscraps

I was a Design Team Member for Papercraft Business Challenges.   



My main goal is inspire others with my cards. My ultimate goal is to continue on my journey of being a Designer.

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