First up...Ms Carolyn
I am married to my high school sweetheart and have two grown daughters, one granddaughter, and a son-in-law. I am a scrapper that scraps to not only preserve the photos that I take of our family and friends, but to preserve our family history through a creative medium. I started scrapping for my daughters' and love scrapping for my DGD (darling granddaughter).
I live in SW Kansas and have worked as a dental assistant for many years, hoping retirement is in the near future. I also love to read, walk, and work in my flower beds.
Next please meet... Andrea
Hi! My name is Andrea (many know me as Andrea Joy) and I am from Minnesota, near the Twin Cities. I am a registered nurse on a general medical/surgical floor and I love what I do. I live with my fiance Ryan in our beautiful house and we are currently busy planning a September 22, 2012 wedding. When I am not working or spending time with my family and friends, I love to be scrapbooking! I started scrapbooking when I was 13 years old and now twelve years later I love it even more! I am excited to begin this journey with these exceptional ladies and inspire others to grow in this wonderful hobby!
and Ms. Colleen...
I live in Nebraska with my wonderful husband of 8 years and our two rambunctious kiddos. I am a special education teacher and enjoy playing in the bell choir at church, playing softball, cooking, reading, and of course, scrapping. I began scrapping shortly after we got married, and I told my husband we couldn’t have kids until I finished our album. Thank goodness he didn’t listen, because it’s still not done. I didn’t really like the design process; where to put the pictures on the pages was stressful for me. But then our son was born, and I really wanted to scrap everything he was accomplishing. I was determined to make it work. And it did finally work, when I discovered how to use sketches and other layouts for inspiration. In the past two years (during which we had a daughter), scrapping has really taken off and I find myself thinking of scrapping and actually scrapping more now than ever before.