I would like to introduce our July Guest Designer
TINA HERBECKYou may recognize Tina's work from the weekly challenges she has participated in. She has been chosen by the FCCB Design Team on several occasions for her wonderful creations. Check out Tina's blog The Scrappin Rabbit. It's aptly named for her professed love of bunnies. Let's get to know Tina a little better. She is a Christian, a wife, a mother of 2 beautiful children, a voice teacher, a singer, a Girl Scout leader and an animal lover (bunnies). One busy lady, but she still finds time to enjoy crafting.
Here are some examples of Tina's versatile crafting style. I would say she is a true Cricuteer.
This is an adorable baby Card in a Box using the Baby Steps cartridge. Check out her blog to see more of these Card in Box creations.
I love the vintage style of this Thank You card using Lori's Garden Imagine cartridge.
Look at the details in this amazing Easel card. She used three different Cricut cartridges to make this one, Quarter Note, Playtime and Elegant Edges.
Lastly I couldn't resist sharing this Easter card with the cute bunnie. Tina used the Cricut Easter 2010 for this colorful card.
I asked Tina the following questions and here are her replies.
1. When did you start scrapbooking/papercrafting and why?
I've been papercrafting since childhood. I had a sticker collection and used to draw my own stationery to write notes to my friends. I discovered stamping and scrapbooking back in the 90's and even made my own wedding invitations. I got my first Cricut in 2006 and have been a scrap addict since!
2. What is your favorite type of project to make (i.e. cards, layouts, mini-albums, etc.)?
Lately my favorite projects have been cards but I do love Scrapbooking and hope to find the time to do more.
3. What is your favorite product to use on your projects?
My favorite products to use on my projects are my Cricut and Cuttlebug.
4. What is your favorite Cricut cartridge?
This is a tough question! I love all my cartridges but I guess if I had to choose my favorites would be my CTMH ones: Art Philosophy & Artiste.
Be sure to join us on Monday to see Tina's post for our Monday Challenge and link up your own
THANKS FOR JOINING ME TODAY FOR SPOLIGHT SUNDAY
BYE BYE FOR NOW,