Meet the Designers

Hi, y'all! Shelly, here! I'm a wife and mom to 4 beautiful, crazy, fun loving kids! When I find a chance to escape (which is usually locking myself in the room. lol), you'll find me crafting away. Making cards is what I love to do! My style is CAS, though sometimes I like to mix things up a bit! I am thrilled to be working with such wonderful and amazing ladies! 

Hello everyone! My name is Angi and I am a big fan of SRM products! I am a mommy, a teacher, and a lover of everything creative. My fave crafting projects include party favors, altered projects, treat holders, and gift bags. When I'm not crafting you can find me munching on cheesecake, sipping some sweet tea, or taking photos for Instagram. I'm so happy to be here with this talented team!

Hello my name is Tori. I am a wife and mother of a 2 year old girl who constantly has me on my toes. I constantly find her in my crafting supplies which she refers to as "pretty". I love any kind of crafting but my true passion is card making. I am an SRM junkie and proud of it! I am so excited to be part of this design team and share my projects with everyone!

Hi there! I live in Sunny S. California with my husband, two kids and our dog. I have been crafting pretty much all my life and love it so much. Some of my other hobbies/interest besides crafting is gardening, baking, re-purposing things, reading, hiking, well anything outdoors really. By day I am a SAHM and by night I am a cosmetology student. I am so excited to be a part of this amazing group of ladies, while sharing our passion of SRM with you, to inspire your creative side!

Tenia Nelson 

Hello my name is Tenia Nelson and I am a 30 something wife, momma, doggie momma, jazz pianist, music teacher, soccer player and paper crafter that lives in the 5280 (Denver, CO)! I am married to a wonderful guy named Tim, I am momma to my awesome 2 year old son Thelonious (Theo) and I have two wonderful doggie "kids" Miles and Brillo. I love me some paper, inks, stamps and embellishments...and just LURVE to create!!!I am so excited to be a part of the SRM Challenge DT with these AWESOME ladies!!!

I have been married to my college sweetheart, Doug Houck, for nearly 23 years.  Doug is completely supportive of my craft hobby/therapy.  He even knows a few crafty terms, like vellum, acetate, card stock, and patterned paper.  Our fraternal twin girls are nearly 12yo; one looks like me and the other like my husband. The only thing I like better than paper play is our family time in the evenings and on weekends.

I live in Central New York with my husband, 2 daughters (Sierra 21 & Marina 18) and 2 doggie girls (Pepper & Peanut).  I work as a manager & buyer at a large prom dress store so I get to work around rhinestones, jewels, and lots of colors in my real job as well as my papercrafting hobby. 

I am a passionate paper crafter who lives in Northern California with a supportive husband, three rambunctious boys and a brand new baby girl. Officially a stay-at-home-mom, I also teach dance and choreograph on the weekends. I love to scrapbook, as well as make cards, altered art, and home decor. SRM Stickers is near and dear to my heart and I am excited to be a part of the challenge blog team!

 I am a high school music and drama teacher cuurently living in Shanghai, China! How did I starte crafting? One day in 2006 a friend invited me to a Stampin' Up! party (some friend!) and that was it, I was hooked! Card-making has been my passion for the past 7 years but mixed media is becoming a pretty huge part of my "artsy" life too.. I just love getting messy!! 

(Challenge Manager)

Hi! My name is Lesley. I am happily married to the sweetest fella, who I met while singing on stage in Dawson City, Yukon. I am a primary teacher, and I enjoy running a Musical Theatre club for my students. I design for various blogs and I also have created and maintain various challenge blogs in blogland. My passion is card making and I am inspired by all the crafty people I meet!! I am thrilled to be designing for Susan and the SRM Stickers Challenge blog.

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