Monday, December 16, 2013

Joining the blogosphere

I want to thank Tammy at for helping me join the blogging world.  
I am a paper crafter at heart. My love of papers go way back, I worked in the commercial printing world for many years, but now I spend my working time as a Microbiologist.  My playtime however, is devoted to coloring with Copic markers as well as Prismacolor colored pencils, Tombows and the occasional gel pen for added zing. I like to make paper novelty purses and have a Facebook page as well as an Etsy site called You've Got Purseonality. I also enjoy making greeting cards. This year I discovered the wonderful world of digital stamps and have had a wonderful time adding color to many various artists images including but not limited to: Whimsy, Kenny K, Hannah Lynn Designs, 2 Cute Ink,, Saturated Canary, Mo's Digital Pencil, and most recently Stamps by Aurora Wings. I hope you enjoy my creations as much as I enjoy sharing them! To start my blog off properly here is one of my may creations using Las Calaveras from Stamps by Aurora Wings. I used Copics: R02, R05, R08, BG18,RV66,B06, E40, E41, E42, E01, E11,YG63 and G94. The words are in spanish basically saying "I'm not able to forget you" Welcome to my blog!


  1. Hiya! So this is wonderful! How does it feel? You did a fabulous job and so quickly! I love that stamp! I've done a few Mitzi and adore her style but your roses are just beautiful! Great job on the blog and it was my pleasure! Work on getting the two most important gadgets over in your side bar, the Subscribe and the followers gadgets so people can follow you and join in on your journey! It was such a pleasure to meet you!
    Tammy Louise

  2. Thank you Tammy! I think I have added the gadgets properly. Such a pleasure to meet and chat with you also! Looking forward to a beautiful new friendship!

  3. Congrats on your new venture into the blogging world! Your artwork is so detailed and professionally done it will be an inspiration to all who follow your blog! (I'm all signed up!) I love all the details from the black swirled bling to the wonderful way you highlighted all those roses. They look like they have over 5 colors blended to make them look so realistic! Great Job! Can't wait to see your next post!

  4. Thank you so much Shirley! I'm happy to finally take the plunge. Can't wait to learn from you as well. I will be following your blog also. Hugs,

  5. Hello Helen, I am a bum for not seeing your comment until now! I do sincerely apologize! Thank you so much for your kind words. :)