fans and customers around! Really!
We started ‘sweet spotlighting’ a while
ago BUT we’re going to start spotlighting
WAY more often! There is just SO many talented
ladies who use our stamps and we want
to show it off!
So, today’s ‘Sweet Spotlight’ is…
Here is a little about Ms. Erin..
1. When did you start paper crafting? Why do you love it so much?
I started paper crafting in the Fall of 2008 to keep me busy while my hubby (boyfriend at the time) was hunting. I made scrapbooking pages and eventually graduated to cards. Creating allows me to relax and escape from my full time job. In addition, I’ve met some great friends who also love to make pretty things!
2. What is it about stamping that you like? Coloring? Paper piecing?
I told my friends I was never going to stamp… I think I thought I would save money! Well, now I’m a crazy stamper and it’s my favorite thing to reach for when crafting. Stamps are the best and cheapestembellishment you can use over and over again.
3. Girls and their crafting toys… What is your favorite supplies?
Right now my favorite supplies are my Copics. I have quite a stash but I’m still learning how to blend. I also can’t live without my Spellbinders die-cuts.
4. We noticed you *love* Sweet Stamp Shop…
What is your favorite set? What set is on the top of your wish list?
My favorite Sweet Stamp Shop set is easily Melvin and Vernie. It was my first set and I get sentimental about silly things like that. The set on top of my wish list is Sweet Victoria–I love that chandelier!!!
5. Any last ‘sweet’ thoughts, comments, or tips to share?
I am so excited to see what Sweet Stamp Shop comes up with next! Nicole and the design team always inspire me to try new things. My newest trick is to stamp with black ink and use clear embossing powder before I color with my Copics. I like the clean look and with clear powder you don’t see the little unwanted specks. You also don’t color outside of the lines.
Check out some of the amazing
projects Erin has made…
Thank you so much Erin for
letting us spotlight you!
You’re creations are simply and
Make sure to drop off at Erin’s blog
and say hello!
See you all tomorrow!