Jen from Timeout Crafting
We have been so lucky with our guests and I know you will be blown away by the things that Jen has produced for us.
Here is a little of what Jen is all about in her own words:
I live in Reading with my partner John, our children are grown up now. I was a teacher of Maths and Special Needs before I retired. I loved my job but am now enjoying retirement very very much. I have always crafted in one form or another. Crochet, knitting, sewing and needlepoint. I started paper crafting about 8 years ago. I love scrapbooking and I also make cards which I sell for charity. I have an obsession for beautiful papers which I am forcing myself to use not just look at. CDs are great as if you find a favourite paper you get to use it and still have it! I like stamping and am now brave enough to stamp on an almost complete scrapbook page! Getting inky and experimenting is great fun and I like to try new things, envelope albums and felting being the latest want to dos. Since being introduced to the world of blogging by my friend Janet I have enjoyed getting involved in challenges and am delighted to have been asked to join such a talented bunch of crafters as guest designer this month. Thank you.
So now we are onto the challenge which this week is stamping, yes I know we are a CD challenge blog but we all love to use our rubber and inks to make something unique to us. We are normally saying use something from a cd and this still stands but you could just use a stamped sentiment with everything else from a cd and your entry will be fine.
Our DT have had a ball this week and have used images from new stamps, old stamps and much loved stamps to make a bunch of cards to inspire you to get out your rubber and join us this week.
Marbled Paper Design Resource Book cd
Joanna Sheen Fashion Boutique
House Mouse inserts cd
SWALK cd from Crafters Companion
ATC Assistant - Joanna Sheen
Flower Fairies CD- Crafters Companion
Essence of Nature - Artylicious
That's our take on the theme and hopefully we have inspired you to combine your cd's with your rubber stamps and come up with something wonderful to inspire us.