1. What am I working on? Multiple DT layouts, creating projects for the Couture Creations magazine, and a vintage tag for a swap.
3. Why do I write/create what I do? It is all about preserving precious memories, but I just love playing with paint, papers, and mediums. It's my creative outlet! I also LOVE teaching and have been blessed with some wonderful opportunities to work in the scrapbooking industry.
Here is the layout I taught recently at the Brisbane Scrapbook & Papercraft Expo
4. How does your writing/creating process work? It can vary depending on what I'm creating. If I want to scrap a particular photo, I'll be inspired by the colours, and textures in the picture, and the memories it evokes. Sometimes I'll just start with a white piece of cardstock, or old, daggy paper that has gone out of style, and just start throwing down layers of paint, mediums, mists and papers. These are probably my favorites to create as you never know exactly how they will turn out.
And here are three ladies whose work inspires me. I'm tagging them to be next on the blog hop.
Sue Smyth, is the magazine editor for Australian Scrapbook Ideas and is on the current Design Teams for Imaginarium Designs, Couture Creations, and Meg's Garden. She teachers in and around Brisbane, including recently at the Brisbane Scrapbook and Papercraft Expo. Sue's creations always show amazing attention to detail, whether its a mixed media masterpiece, handcrafted flowers, or one of her incredible three dimensional paper craft designs.
Links to my Friends blogs joining in with this Blog Hop
These girls will be posting for this blog hop next week- 14th July.
I would love you to pop over to their blogs and learn more about them.
I do hope you have fun with this blog hop and discover some new scrappers.
Thank you for dropping by and taking the time to read my blog (I especially love reading your comments). If you are not already a follower of my blog I would love you to become one...its easy just click on my followers link on the sidebar.
I hope you've been inspired to go get your hands messy and create something.