Hi, I’m Melissa!
I am a seeker of that crazy, excited feeling that comes when you've created something that’s unique, beautiful and expresses who you are in some small way. It’s like making a new discovery, when you find a unique combination of color, layout, dimension and texture. I call it a creative spark and it makes me giddy! Through sharing and teaching I hope to help others find this amazing feeling of creative bliss!
Tutorials & Classes
I love teaching people about the art of paper crafting whether it's in person or from afar, through the written word or through video! No matter how simple or complex the project, my tutorials and Classes-To-Go will make the process fun and easy to understand! Come learn with me and explore your creative potential!
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- As a crafter... Find Creative Bliss one card at a time!
- As a club member or student... Enjoy a community to share the creative bliss!
- As a demonstrator... Join a global community inspired to perpetuate the Creative Bliss!
I absolutely LOVE being a Stampin' Up! demonstrator and can't imagine my life without it! How could I not want to share this experience with anyone and everyone that will listen?! Will you listen?
Check out some of my recent posts here:
Today’s project features the Beach Happy Stamp Set and the Rectangle Stitched Framelits. Water coloring and the Omitting Markers technique are used. This project was CASE’d (Copy and Share Everything) from Tami Hewlett a fellow design team member for the Color Fusers Blog Hop. I demonstrated this water coloring project in my weekly Facebook Live […]Read More
Check out my easy card making idea, featuring a birch forest scene with the Winter Woods and Country Road Stamp Sets! This is one of my March / April Club and Free Card Kit Projects! I just love that this card is super simple to make, and the images are beautiful and so neutral, that […]Read More
Simple stamping and sponging are the techniques used on this card made with the Dear Doily Stamp Set. This is one of the March / April FREE Card Kit Program project. The Dear Doily Stamp Set is in the 2019 Occasions Catalog which retires on June 3, 2019. Most of the products in this catalog […]Read More
Are you ready to see some fun projects from the April Simple Suite Stampers Tutorial Bundle? Each month we create a set of 8 tutorials that feature a specific Stampin’ Up! product suite. This months tutorial bundle includes projects made with the Gingham Gala product suite which is on pages 34 to 35 of the […]Read More
I’m excited to share this simple card making idea that uses the Butterfly Gala Bundle. It can be made using the stamp set OR the Botanical Butterfly DSP. The Butterfly Gala Bundle is part of the Gingham Gala product suite in the 2019 Occasions Catalog. This suite includes a variety of super fun products including […]Read More
Welcome to the Color Fusers Blog Hop and a Spring Color Palette! The color challenge this month is the perfect spring color palette to be playing with! These colors are so bright and cheerful, and just feel like spring to me! Where I live everything is starting to bloom, the weather is beautiful and I […]Read More
Today’s card features the Artistically Asian and Beauty Abounds Stamp Sets. For this project, I found artistic inspiration from a fun, unconventional source! It was inspired by some product packaging for a line of cosmetics. Here’s a photo the cosmetics with my card: I can honestly say, I would never have thought to put these […]Read More
Today’s post features three cards made with the Painted Seasons Stamp Set. These fun fold cards are variations on a theme in three color schemes and two orientations. The stamping is pretty much the same but one is oriented landscape and the other is a portrait orientation. This first card was one of the three […]Read More
Today’s “Rewind/Redo” project features Beach Happy Stamp Set for a fun, summery design anyone would love! My Redo” project features two step stamping and the rock n’ roll technique. My original card is a Christmas card that I made when I first started as a demonstrator. For my original design, I’ve used a technique called […]Read More