Design Team




Arlene McClung
USA - California
Blog:  A bit of this and that...

Arlene never crafted until her sons were 8, 10 and 12.  She found ceramics and marketed unique containers to local flower shops.  Lots of dust and kiln firings later, she turned her hand to beading, making earnings and other jewelry.  Although fun, she still hadn't found her niche.  Now she loves creating paper projects, especially greeting cards and artist trading cards.



        Dawn Turley
        New Zealand - Auckland
        Blog:  Dawn's World

        Owner of a Cuttlebug, Dawn works full time and spends her evenings
        making cards and catching up with her favorite blogs and websites.
        I am in my early 60's, married to a wonderful, patient man and have     two children, both who have left home now.  I have been crafty for many,
        many years having made teddy bears, done heaps of cross stitch,
        fabric painting and knitting among other things.  I enjoy blogging
        where I share my crafting and my life.


Cathie Borowski
Australia - Adelaide
Blog:  House of Borowski

Cathie was introduced to the world of craft by her mother when she was a child, starting with knitting, crocheting, sewing and long stitches.  She has carried on with those hobbies through her adult life until one fateful day 10 years ago when she was introduced to stamping with pigment inks and embossing powder.  And, as they say - the rest is history.  She has been married to a very understanding man / card creative director for 8 years and has 2 very active munchkins 6 and 3 years.  Of course,
                                                   with her introduction to blog land only recently the addiction
                                                   is now complete.


Michelle Nutter
USA - Oregon
Blog:  Just a Nutter papercrafter

I've been married to the love of my life, Bill, for the past 20 years.  I'm also retired from a local high school where I was a Campus Monitor (fancy name for "babysitter").  We have owned beagles for over 20 years, so they are my fur children.  I recently inherited my Mom's yorkie, Filo Beddoe.  My hobbies include auto crossing my Chevelle, helping to restore our other Chevelles (5 of them, who needs that many cars?), reading, crafting, sewing, scrapbooking and card making.


Monika Dereck
Poland - small village near Lublin
Blog:  Cohenna.com

I use the nickname Cohenna.  I am a wife and mother of two urchins (daughter and son).  Craft have always accompanied me, it started with crochet and cross-stitch.  My grandmother taught me to crochet and cross-stitch and then came other fields of handicrafts.
                                                     I have been making cards for several years and really like making                                                           them.

Dawn Bennett
USA - Pennsylvania
Blog:  Dip 'N Dots Creations

Proud owner of a Big Kick and a Gemini machine.  I am a Maryland born girl who now calls Pennsylvania home.  I am the wife of a retired Navy Chief and a mom of 3 adult children.  I love all things "paper and ink".  I acquired a love for stamping and creating cards about 7 years ago.   I enjoy all styles and look forward to trying new techniques/challenges.  I love to craft and spend many hours weekly in my craft room creating projects.

Lucille Kearin
USA - Colorado
Blog:  White Points

I have enjoyed arts and crafts most of my life.  I started stamping and making cards roughly 10 years ago.  I love to watercolor and most of my cards are colored using water-based markers and watercolor pencils.  I have been married to my husband, Mike, for 34 years and we both retired 1 1/2 years ago.  We have 2 dogs, Angus and Gracy and 1 cat, Boo.  In addition to making cards I
                                                      love to travel, bake, spend time with family and friends and take
                                                      long walks with my dogs.


Former Design Team Members
Soniya Agarwal
Monica Maier
Cindy Chiu
Carol Gunn
Hannah Nicole
Rebecca Gallard
Marsha Drain
Hilde Marsh
Paula Laird

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