Tell us about your family.
My hubby and I’ve been married for 34 years now and a son in college.
We love to travel, especially in and around the western states and Rocky Mountains, and love to visit national parks.
Where do you live?
I’m a misplaced Texan who lives in Missouri.
How did you choose your design name?
I am a digiscrapper and a storyteller, first and foremost, and always have several layouts of my own in the works. I also love to share this fantastic hobby with others and help them get started in documenting their memories. I understand that digital can be daunting and try to create ways to make it easier and quicker for scrapbookers to get their stories on paper–in the way of templates, mini kits, and other elements which hopefully make pagemaking fun.
When (and why) did you start designing?
I began paper scrapping in 2000, which led to many crops and new friends, and when our family moved to New Mexico in 2003, I wanted to locate other scrapbookers in the area. I needed an online presence, and so I began creating graphics to dress up a website–and later discovered that I had built up skills for digital scrapbooking. I moved at that time to “hybrid” scrapbooking-merging paper with digital. I found more and more that I’d need “a little something” to round out my pages, and so I began designing and opened my first shop around 2007.
What inspires you?
Any kits, templates or elements I create are usually out of necessity–what I need to complete my own pages. I love bold, bright colors, especially those colors found in nature, and find inspiration all around–in nature, shapes, buildings, signage. I’m always thinking about the current pages I’m working on and keep a little sketch book with me to record ideas

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