Our winner from last week's entries, thanks to random.org is: #23 - Lena (Room 4 Craft). Congratulations Lena! Please email me (email@example.com) with your address so that I can get your stamp mailed to you.
This week we have one of my favorite people guesting. I'm sure you all know her from her awesome design team work and her fantastic sense of humor, but I'll let her tell you about herself. Please welcome the amazingly talented, Susan Liles.
Hi, it’s me, Susan! I’m so thankful to be here as the guest designer! Wow! I’m Susan Liles, otherwise known as susiestampalot on SCS and my blog. I’m a stay-at-home mom and I live in the Fort Worth area of North Texas with my husband Eric. We have 3 girls—Shelbie, who is 18 and lives on her own, Lindsie (9) and Audrie (6). I’ve always been a crafty girl. I can remember making Christmas presents with my mom when I was very little. I learned how to sew when I was 6, have done lots of acrylic painting (tole), started scrapbooking about 16 years ago, and my love of crafting has since evolved into primarily stamping and papercrafts, which I’ve only done for about the last 5 years consistently. I have a clean style, but sometimes love to dabble in the vintage looks and fun techniques as long as they aren’t too messy! I am a Splitcoast Dirty Dozen Alumni, and I am currently serving on The My Favorite Things , Verve and The Cat’s Pajamas design teams. I love what I do! I hope today I can bring ya’ll a little inspiration from The Cat’s Pajamas. I’ve incorporated my “Christmas” tree using a new banner die with a little twist! Thanks again for letting me share my love of papercrafts with ya’ll!
And, here is her beautiful card for this weeks challenge.
And here are the rest of the design team cards.
We sure hope you find time to play along this week! We're another week closer to Christmas!
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