Thursday, February 15, 2018
Meet the February Sparkle Blends Designig Divas!
Hello Doodle Friends!
I apologize for the delay in writing this post, but my family has been hit hard by cold season this year, and the past week was no exception. My son and I are finally feeling better, so I felt it was well past time that I introduced you all to the incredibly talented Doodles Paper Playground Designing Divas for the month of February!
These girls have been kicking butt with their Sparkle Blends inspiration projects already, and I would love it if you showed them all some love and followed them on social media!
Without further adieu, and in no particular order,
Meet the Doodles Paper, Playground Designing Divas!
Alison Heikkila is from Long Island, and has completed her art degree. She has been crafting since she could first hold a crayon. She has always been a cardmaker and a jewelry maker and says she can't remember a time when she wasn't doing something crafty. Alison enjoys sharing ideas with others, as well as experimenting with new techniques and products, which leads to her eclectic style of creating in a wide range of genres.
Cheryl Schoeman is a Michigan resident, blessed to have married her best friend. They have 3 children together; a grade school aged son and twin 3 year old girls. She is an engineer by trade, but crafty by nature. Though a life long crafter, Cheryl only discovered cardmaking a few years ago, and it has become her fun, creative outlet ever since.
Karen Hasheck is a retired wife and mother of 2, hailing from Wisconsin. She began cardmaking in 1999, and has been addicted ever since. She now teaches classes and has been an active blogger for 8 years. Karen has even had several articles and cards published in national magazines and online magazines.
Fawn Kuehne is a wife and mother to a 7 year old little boy, coming to us from Colorado. She is a medical biller by day, and a creative diva by night! She has always been somewhat crafty, but began paper crafting in 2014, when she purchased a Cricut machine on Black Friday that she used to make cards and do vinyl cutting. She later discovered stamping when she started a daily planner and a new world opened before her. Fawn is passionate about cardmaking, especially shaker cards, because she loves anything blingy, shiny or sparkly--which means sequins are her Jam!
We hope you are as inspired by these four creative ladies as we are, so come back soon to see what they're up to!
Thanks for visiting the blog!