If you can’t find me in the kitchen, I’m in my scraproom. My style is a little of this and a little of that. I mostly stick to scrapbooking, however I also dabble in mixed media and home decor.
My creations have been published in a couple e-zines as well as Scrapbook News and Review Magazine. I joined the fabulous group of staffers at Scrapbook News and Review Magazine in January 2012.
I’m Tezra, but my friends call me Tez. I’m sitting in front of my computer in a small town in the Sierra Nevada foothills. So remote that some of my neighbors don’t even have the internet. I’m thankful every day that I do. I’ll admit to being a bit addicted to social media, but my biggest passion is creating.
A few years ago, I created a blog named supermombyday and my 10 year old was pretty stoked because it made me sound like a superhero with a regular boring alias during the day. My daytime alias is anything but boring as I homeschool four incredible children from 7 to 13 years old. I also cook, organize, clean, drive, create projects, play games and wel
My name is Maureen, or Mo for short. I’m a wife, a mom of two, a Registered Nurse, the eldest of three daughters, and a daughter of two amazing parents! I live in Washington state, thirty minutes north of Seattle.
My creative adventure started with the love of writing as a child, which led me to a translation of what was in my head to art you can touch, feel and interpret as your own. I love creating things with my hands and I especially love scrapbooking. I feel life is a feast for the senses and I live my life by really living in the moment and paying attention to the sight, sound, touch, taste all around me and translating them to emotions.
Hi! My name is Pam Sandy and I’m a wife to a great guy, a mom to two adult children, and Mimi (grandma) to three beautiful grandchildren, ages 1, 4 and 5 year old. I also have three loving and very spoiled dogs.
I come from a very crafty family. At age nine, my grandmother, a professional seamstress, taught me how to sew. I’ve been scrapbooking for over 15 years and I enjoy making cards, ATCs, altered art, jewelry, quilting and sewing projects. I also love to design patterned and I craft in several other mediums. Additionally, I’ve made and sold a variety of projects, including porcelain dolls, clothing, laser steel artwork, baby clothing, apparel, bridal acc
Donna fell in love with art and her husband in high school. A lot has changed in the last 20+ years but these two loves remain the same. A mixed media artist at heart, Donna loves to experiment with “cross-crafting.” She loves to sew, knit, paint and draw, but she especially loves paper crafting.
Donna sees the beauty that surrounds her in everyday life, from a dusty wood floor to a frilly piece of lace and you’ll see Donna blending contrasting elements together to create her “Girlie Grunge” look. Donna teaches technique heavy classes and if you go to her website you can see her products so you can prepare for her classes.
After a small introduction to desig
John’s addiction to paper began as a child – the touch and feel of paper, the different patterns and colors, and the creativity waiting to happen! Growing up in a household where art and creativity was encouraged, John learned to manipulate the surface of paper with paints, inks and almost any other mediums available to make cards, books and other “projects,” as his Mom liked to call them. Being an avid journaler, John taught himself the art of bookmaking, from traditional Japanese binding techniques to altered books and everything in-between.
John has been an educator in the paper arts and craft industry for 15 years, passionately sharing his tips and techniques in a vari
Carole, also known as Cassel in the digital scrapbooking world, is a French Canadian who was born in Montreal but has lived in New Brunswick with her husband for almost 30 years. She has been an avid Paintshop Pro user for ten years and has taught digital scrapbooking online and in-person to hundreds of PSP users.
Over the years, she has written hundreds of tutorials and since opening the Scrapbook Campus two years ago, she has converted the plain written tutorials into multimedia ones, including videos and detailed guidebooks.
Several years ago, I was introduced to stamping at a home party. I was immediately hooked and have been creating with stamps ever since then. Once I discovered blogging, a whole new world came into view. I found wonderful stamp stores and paper stores I had never know existed and made amazing friendships throughout the process. I’ve also enjoyed being on several design teams. After all, what can be more fun than creating for your favorite stamp stores? My style of card making constantly changes because I love to try new things and mix it up a bit.
Last but not least, I’ve been blessed with an awesome husband and two wonderful children, who completely support my pap
I live in the beautiful state of Kentucky and divide my time between my businesses P K Glitz, LLC (manufacturer of Ultrafine Glitters, Tapestry Embossing Powders, Art Acetates and assorted adhesive products) and the Rocky Hill Inn B&B.
With P K Glitz, I’m an owner, designer of all our products, and the creator of our many techniques. I’ve been in the Retail and Craft Industry for over 35 years, and I’m a paperholic and I enjoy creating cards, books, and assorted altered pieces.
I love to teach and have taught at trade shows, stores, online classrooms and art retreats. Our Rocky Hill Inn Art Retreats, held here in Kentucky at our B&B, are atte
I love to create anything with paper and to say that I’m addicted to this hobby would be an understatement! It’s so rewarding to make something truly handmade from the heart. I have a passion for making scrapbook pages, cards, mini albums and altered art projects. I love teaching classes that inspire others with lots of exciting products, ideas and techniques. I’m an experienced scrapbook instructor and have taught at stores, schools and scrapbooking conventions, and I’m so excited to share my classes online here at The Art Studio @ Scrapbook News and Review.
My work has been published in various print magazines both in the U.S. and Canada, and you can read
I’m a scrapbooker, card maker and “alterer” of whatever comes near my hands. My friends laugh, and sometimes complain, because while I’m talking to them, I’m also looking around to see what to scrap or alter next.
I’m originally from Argentina, but my husband’s job keeps our family moving countries and continents, so we’ve become nomads and we love it. I also have more pictures than I can scrap in three lifetimes! I’m very lucky because I get to do what I love most full-time: paper crafting and sharing what I’ve learned in all these years with anyone interested in learning.
I’ve taught scrapbooking and card making lessons in different countries and I'v
Lori started scrapbooking and creating art at a very young age, and has always been interested in texture and using unconventional items on her scrapbook pages and on other projects.
For years, she has been known as the Frugal Scrapper and has been teaching scrapbooking, card making and altered art classes and workshops for over 15 years. She has also served on many online design teams over the last five years and her work has also been published in several online scrapbooking magazines, including Scrapbook News and Review Magazine.
Lori’s migration into the world of mixed media began when she attended an art class at a local community college a f
I envy most paper crafters. You read their bios and blogs and they talk about growing up with artsy, creative people who loved to get down with crafting and taught them everything they know. (I was raised by a family of non-crafty accountants.) And they talk about taking all kinds of art classes in high school. (My high school was for nerds. International business nerds to be exact. Art wasn’t an option.) And they talk about dabbling in this and that and being able to pick up a craft in a snap. (Nope, not me. Add to that a perfectionist attitude and not much extra time on my hands and it all added up to a big old art-less, creative-less existence.) See, lots to envy! Until...
Hello, my name is Christina and I’m based in the United Kingdom. I’m married for the second time and we have four grown up daughters between us. I’ve always done some kind of crafting for most of my life and my kids used to love the drawings I made for them and added to the fridge door.
In 2009, I started Card Making Magic, which is my pride and joy, and then decided to join Blog Land with Flowers, Ribbons and Pearls in 2012. Both of them have now become my day job and give me a lot of pleasure. I’m looking forward to teaching at The Art Studio @ Scrapbook News and Review, giving the best lessons that I can, and getting to know all of you better.
Roni (Veronica) Johnson, from Albion, Indiana, is a lifelong artist and the author of the daily rubber stamping and altered arts blog Ink Stains with Roni. She’s also the author of the book Teach Yourself Visually – Collage & Altered Arts. Like her blog, the book is a technique oriented book that encompasses a wide variety of projects, mediums and areas.
In addition to the blog and collage book, Roni designs for various manufacturers and retail companies in the rubber stamping and altered art world. Her artwork has been in many rubber stamping and altered art magazines, has been used in product advertisements, and has been used for online projects and at natio
It seems like I’ve been artsy my whole life. I’ve been in love with art ever since I was little and writing my name on the floorboards with a crayon. With a supportive family, I’ve been able to dabble in whatever catches my fancy. I’m drawn to scrapbooking and mixed media and I love to blur the line between the two. Any day when I can get my fingers messy is a good day. I love experimenting with tried-and-true techniques and giving them my very own spin.
Hi, my name is Elizabeth. First of all, I’m a wife and mother to three beautiful (I’m a little biased) kids, ages 3, 5, and 6. They keep me busy but nap times and bedtime are my craft time. I’ve been a scrapbooker since high school. I also love to garden, I’ve never met a chocolate I didn’t like, I enjoy flower arranging and decorating my home and can eat strawberries until the cows come home. Speaking of cows, my family and I live in Amish country and have cows for neighbors. We live in the country and we love it.
I’m a teacher by profession, BC (before children) and every good teacher knows that you never stop learning. I love to take crafting classes and
My name is Stephanie Lee and I look forward to sharing my artistic experiments and learning with you.
I blog from The Arty Carty blog and I also sell my cards through my own greeting card company – Arty Carty Handmade Cards. I’ve been published in numerous online and paper magazines and I also design for various manufacturers and online communities. You can see who I design for here.
On a personal note, I’m blessed to be married for almost 16 years to a man who is wonderfully tolerant of me and my paper and ink passion, and the shopping that comes with this addiction. We have two great kids – Shawn, who is 7 and Emma, who is 3. I discovered scrapbooking when my so