CONNIE'S SITE: clickychickcreates.com
Here are my anwsers to the questions from the blog tour.
My 3 FANTASTIC CREATIVE FRIENDS:
I have been scrapbooking for over ten years and yes I started with Creative Memories like the majority of scrappers have. I realized the importance of documenting my family's history so scrapbooking is what I did. I am also a huge tech person and love my iPhone and as the times were changing and smartphones became more of everyday lives I decided to marry my two passions and Scrapping Wonders was born. My goal is to inspire and teach people how to get those photos off of their phones and into albums as quickly and as easily as they possibly can.
Hello! My name is Lisa Harris. I'm a fourth grade reading teacher at the best little elementary school in the world, and I live in Swamp People territory, aka the Great State of Louisiana. I've been an avid scrapbooker for about 14 years, and have taught scrapbooking classes for the last six. I love to share my passion for memorykeeping with others, and could talk about it endlessly. I share my ramblings on my blog, where you'll find a weekly stashbusting series, Scraps & Stash Saturday, information about my wholesale scrappy buying club, and semi-monthly workshop kits. You can find me at MyKreativePursuits.com.
Hey there, I'm Kimberly from sunny Southern Arizona, mom to two precious kiddos; wife to one cool dude; busy traveling consultant; crafter; digital memory keeper; and seeker of all things creative.
I travel for business. A lot. I work (from home) as a consultant for a Danish company that makes software for newspapers. This means I travel to newspapers around the world and train their staff to use our content management and design system. I have a degree in journalism and spent many years as a writer and editor before my current job. Writing has always been my first love … still is. In my free time, I’m a freelance writer and am a regular contributor at Parenting.com.
I adore anything creative. I scrap. I sew. I paint. I take as many pictures as I can. I spend a lot of my free time working on crafty sorts of projects. I’ve been paper scrapping since college, but but converted to digi a few years back. You can find me at my blog www.kimberlykalil.com or over at my Etsy shop.