Location: Villa Rica, GA
Short bio: Hi, I am Erin. I really enjoy photography and scrapbooking. I started back in High School where I made a huge album of 12×12 pages. Later on I found digital scrapbooking and being drawn to the advantages of working with technology and pictures. I digital scrapbooking for 3 years. I fell out of love with the digital because I wanted more. So for the past two years I have been traditional scrapbooking and have never looked back. I am a photographer and dabble in graphic design. Scrapbooking is my place to relax and forget everything else but what matters. I love putting a story to my family photos.
I am so richly blessed with a wonderful, loving husband and sweet, three year old son and baby Sadie. I am so excited and honored to be apart of the American Crafts design team.
Favorite thing to scrapbook: My little family.
Favorite American Crafts product: I love all the products, but if I had to choose one I guess it would be patterned paper.
5 fun facts:
1. I eat way too much chocolate. Especially with salt! I can't get enough.
2. I have known my husband since I was 10!
3. Standing is my preferred way to scrapbook.
4. My husband and I have moved every single year of our marriage.
5. I love a clean home! It's so relaxing and good for the mind.
Supplies: Flamingo (AM710-498) – Cardstock, Ribbon (58870) – Lucky Charm, Lucky Charm (42395) – Rub-ons, Die Cuts (85655) – Bits, Accents & Pharses (42394) – Stickers, 6×6 Paper Pad (35990) – Lucky Charm, Blue Skies (35982) – Paper, Memo-Cork (53349) – Thickers
Supplies: Bailey's Brush (35675) – Paper, Charmed (35780) – Paper, Accent & Pharse (43292) Remarks, Fulfill (35936) – Paper, Hello (35942) – Paper, Understand (35939) – Paper, Life Alphabet & Numbers (42365) – Remarks, Daybook (35957) – Yes Please, Stickers (42364) – Remarks, Ribbon (58869) – Yes Please, Die-cuts (85626) – Bits, Pink (35950) – Corrugated Cardstock, Stargazers (35982) – Lucky Charm
Erin says, "My style is simple with a repeating shape(s) or design with bright and light colors."