A short paragraph about you:
I am married to Brett, and we have two gorgeous sons – Jacob (12) and Caden (3). We live on Sydney’s beautiful Northern Beaches, and when I am not scrapbooking, I am a full time primary school teacher!
I have been scrapping for about 8 years now and still love it ! The highlights of my scrapbooking career so far would have to be getting published, being asked to take part in Series 5 of ScrapIt TV, and being named a Scrapbooking Memories Master in 2010/11. My style of scrapping is balanced and consistent, and is usually of my two boys or one of my 10 nieces ! I really enjoy working with Kaisercraft products, and I love the new Collectibles and Sticker Sheets for each paper range. I am excited to have this opportunity on the Kaisercraft Contributing Design Team!
How long have you been scrapbooking for and why did you start?
I have been scrapbooking for the past 8 years. I began scrapbooking initially to record my family history, as I inherited a shoebox full of old photos. I still love to do heritage layouts, but these days I scrap about a lot of the everyday moments as well.
Where do you get your inspiration from?
I love a great sketch or a challenge or a competition. I am also inspired to scrap when I have an awesome photo to use!
Favourite subject to scrap:
My sons, then photos from my family tree.
One word to describe yourself?
How would you describe your scrapping style?
I would describe my style as consistent, linear and balanced. Layouts usually have one photo, and several clusters of embellishments.
Favourite Kaisercraft Product?
Favourite Kaisercraft Paper range to date?
Technologic…perfect for my little fellows.
The mediocre teacher tells. The good teacher explains. The superior teacher demonstrates. The great teacher inspires. ~William Arthur Ward
Kane & Abel by Jeffrey Archer
80′s…what can I say, I’m a dag!
Thai or Italian
Any tips for a New Scrapper…
Scrapping with complete collections, such as those by Kaisercraft, takes all of the guess work out of scrapping. Working with cordinating papers and embellishments will mean that even the simplest of layouts will look a million dollars!