A short paragraph about you:
My name is Nadia Cannizzo, and I live in Sydney Australia, although I was born and spent my childhood in Greece. I am proud to be, first and foremost , mum to two much loved and much wanted girls and I have been married to my husband for the last 13 years. In my professional life, I chose to work with children again and have been a Primary School teacher for the last 12 years. I have been scrapping/paper crafting officially for just under 3 years now and I have to say I am well and truly addicted and spend a small fortune on lots of supplies each and every month. Let’s just say hubby has given up trying to fight my scrapping obsession! I have maintained my creative blog HERE <http://samnadia.blogspot.com.au/> since late 2010 and that is the place I share all my creations and quite often some aspects of my personal life. I can’t help it..I have the best followers from all over the world who listen and reply to my ramblings They continue to help me through some tough times, and they now feel like part of my extended family. In the past 3 years, I have had the chance to work along side some very talented women through various spots on Design Teams, ranging from challenge blogs to kit clubs etc. I have learnt so much from so many people, and I never feel as though I have learnt it all! I love to be inspired by talented people. I get a kick out of learning something new and I often blog hop right into the wee hours of the morning.
How long have you been scrapbooking for and why did you start?
I have been scrapbooking for 3 years and it is the longest I have ever lasted in a hobby. I started cardmaking when I was pregnant and on maternity leave with my first daughter 6 years ago and then after a couple of years and millions of cards later, I accidently picked up a Scrapbooking magazine and the rest in history.
Where do you get your inspiration from?
Of course my inspiration comes from my 2 girls and the things I wish to document, but I am also inspired by the paper or collection I am working with as well as the photo and colours. Other inspiration I fond everywhere is online galleries and blogs.
Favourite subject to scrap:
My daughters and my love for them. Corny I know!
One word to describe yourself?
How would you describe your scrapping style?
I would like to say I have a style…but I dont think I have one. In truth i do tend to lean towards shabby, romantic and floral but if am in a mood I would try anything.
Favourite Kaisercraft Product?
The flower blooms
Favourite Kaisercraft Paper range to date?
“Be your self no matter what, because those that matter don’t mind and those that mind dont matter”
Anything with meaning
Any tips for a New Scrapper…
Just go for it. I don’t believe that scrapping has to have rules. Just scrap from the heart and you will be OK.