Meet the Crafter: Linda M.

 Hello, Hello! Welcome to my second edition of “Meet the Crafter.” I don’t know about you, but I love to read about other crafty folks and find out what inspires them, what they’re favorite tools are and get that “backstage pass” to what their crafting life is like! I introduced this series with Sarah K in June and now I’d like to introduce you to Linda M. We spent some crafty time together back and June and this lady can make a card like nobody’s business! 🙂  Without further ado… here’s more about Linda: How did you start paper crafting and what is your paper craft of choice (card making, scrapbooking, etc.)? I started making Christmas cards about 15 years ago. The first two years I used construction paper! From there I moved on to scrapbooking, but my favorite craft of choice is still card making. Where do you find inspiration for your projects? I find inspiration from other people’s work and all the materials that are available. There are so many talented people out there. I have really fallen in love with doodling, different stamping techniques and using twine, ribbon and buttons.  What is your favorite Stampin’ Up product

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Meet the Crafter: Sarah K

Howdy stampers! Boy, it’s been a long time. I’ve been thinking often of this poor neglected blog. I’m hoping to change that. I miss checking in with you, connecting and sharing! I thought today I’d start off with a new feature I want to add on a regular basis to my blog. I don’t know about you but I love to read about other crafters – what inspires them, what their favorite techniques are, favorite products, etc. So once a month I’d like to feature a different crafter friend who will share all the juicy details of their crafting life.For first volunteer for this fun series was my friend and fellow Cape Codder, Sarah K. Here is a very happy picture of her after a fabulous crafting “score” from Craigslist! Let’s get to know her a bit… How did you start paper crafting and what is your paper craft of choice (card making, scrapbooking, etc.)?My grandmother bought me my first rubber stamp at a craft fair on the Dennis green when I was a kid.  I loved to make stationary and gift tags!  A small collection of stamps followed.  Today I enjoy cardmaking but continue making gift tags. Where do

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