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Sunday, May 18, 2014

Spotlight Sunday

Hello!  It’s time to meet this week’s Sunday Spotlight guest designer!  

This week, we are thrilled to have Paula from Craft with Bee join us.  Here is a little bit of information about Paula.

I first started scrapbooking about nine years ago, just after I got married.  I wanted to make a scrapbook for my wedding and one for the photos from our honeymoon.  I have since branched out into card making and more general papercrafting (like making home decor or gift bags/boxes).  In fact, I tend to do both of those more than scrapbooking now.

My favorite type of project to make is probably cards.  I tend to do more card making than anything else right now since cards tend to be quick, easy, and you can never have too many in your stash.  However I also love making home decor, I just don't tend to make as much of that since I pretty much have to have a reason to make something.  Like right now I am in the process of working on some wall art for my best friend's nursery.

My favorite product to use on my projects, besides the Cricut (because that is pretty much a given), is probably Stickles, glitter, flocking, or glossy accents.  I love adding just that little extra to give a card or layout some dimension or texture.  I also love to use my Cuttlebug and add some sort of dry embossing to my projects, but I don't use it near as much as the others mentioned.

Picking a favorite Cricut cartridge is incredibly hard.  I love to use so many and a lot will depend on the types of project I am working on.  However, here are basically the top five that I seem to use the most when creating: Birthday Bash, Create a Critter, Campin' Critters, Elegant Edges, & George and Basic Shapes.

Here are a few projects Paula has created recently, including two she won Top 5 mentions for:

Be sure to stop by Paula's blog HERE to check out her other great creations, and come back tomorrow to see what she and the rest of the design team have created for our next weekly challenge!
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