I'm a freelance designer currently able to take on some additional design responsibilities. Please email me using the link to the left under my photo....let's talk!
I am currently a Part-Time employee for Fun Stampers Journey which you will see me referred to on Facebook and Social Media outlets as a Make Amazing Girl. I am also a freelance designer for Echo Park Paper where I create projects and tutorials for their blog and various social media outreach, as well as, create samples for display at the industry trade shows.
I am a former Brand Ambassador for Fiskars, where I worked as in a Lead Fiskateer role where I co-manage an online community called The Fiskateers. I also found great joy in contributing design work to Fiskars for their online content in my position with them as a Crafting Expert--allowing me to create projects and writing artictles that featured Fiskars tools.
I formerly designed project samples for Karen Foster Design for display in their booth at the Craft & Hobby Association (CHA) trade shows on a bi-annual basis. In addition, I created project samples and video tutorials for Little Yellow Bicycle on a monthly basis for several years.
I have an e-book series available known as the Beautifully Handmade series. I'm a former member of The Story Matters design team, SRM Stickers design team, Daisy D's Paper Co. design team and the editorial team at Scrapsupply where I served for 3 years in which my main duty was to create online tutorials for the monthly newsletter.
I have 3 books in print; Circle Journals, Pens & Needles, and Go Figure: Scrapbooking with Numbers, all published by Pinecone Press.
I love to make things beautifully handmade---making something from nothing. My style is very reflective of that, without looking crafty or homespun. My style can also be considered fresh and comfortable, polished and not forced, and technique driven with a strong focus on layering products and making something from nothing. It often exhibits using products in unexpected ways, always with a touch of stitching--most often hand-stitched details. It also follows design principles without looking graphic or linear.
I absolutely love to take on new challenges and push my creative limits. There really isn't anything that I am not willing to tackle as a designer.
Complete Resume, including Publications can be found by clicking HERE.