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Get to know your Designated Drunken Stampers Designer ~ Elizabeth

Welcome to our Get to know your Designated Drunken Stampers Designer segment for this week.  She comes to us from Learning the [paper] craft. We caught up with Elizabeth in the Drunken Stampers lounge with drinks in hand and had a wonderful chat.

What is your drink of choice when stamping?

Tea, Earl Gray, hot. (I’m a Star Trek fan… can you tell?)

What or who inspires you creatively?

I find inspiration all around me, but these days I head straight to Pinterest when I’m in a bit of a creative slump. I love looking at the variety of photos showing everything from an urban landscape to a pretty fabric pattern. It doesn’t take long before I’m inspired to craft after looking through my Pinterest page.

How would you describe your style?

I would describe my style as elegant, romantic, and girly. I gravitate toward pastels a lot of the time, and I love using flowers, butterflies and lots of bling on my projects.

What are your top 5 stamping must haves that you could not live without?

In no particular order:

– A good pair of scissors
– Foam adhesive
– Stickles in a variety of colors
– Memento Tuxedo Black Ink
– Good quality cardstock

And what is your fave project?

To date, my favorite project is the card I made for my husband for Valentine’s Day this year. I admit, it’s pretty feminine – I guess it’s more a card for me than for him! – but I just adore the scrap of lace, the flower, and those hearts that look like sugar cookies.

Thanks for joining us today and getting to know a little bit more about Elizabeth. Please be sure to check out more of her work over at other home on the web Learning the [paper] craft where you’ll also find the link to follow her on Pinterest!

Don’t forget! There is still time to play in Challenge #87 ~ I can see clearly now! Scroll down for the post or click Challenge #87

Thanks for spending time with us this week!



1 Comment

  1. ecooper99

     /  April 29, 2012

    Thanks so much for the lovely interview! I’m having such a blast being part of the Drunken Stampers Design Team! 🙂

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