Today on the Paper Crafter’s Library blog, we’re continuing our weekly featured artist spotlight whereby each week we spotlight a different artist/designer in the paper crafting & mixed media world and introduce you to their fabulous work.

Today we’re thrilled to welcome Alice Wertz.

Before we show you Alice’s project, let’s get to know her a little bit more…

AliceWertz-03272014-250WHi! My name is Alice Wertz. I am a happy card maker living in Northern California with my loving husband and our two cat children. I started making cards around 2007 or 2008 and have been enjoying every minute of it. I am excited to be featured here today. It’s such an honor and hope you enjoy my project! =)




Instead of a card, I decided that I’d make something special for this feature. =)


The embroidery hoop measures 4 1/2″ in diameter (without the fastening) and is a perfect platform for a little scene like this if you are tired of seeing a card!


The stamps and patterned paper are from Lawn Fawn’s Into the Woods collection. Even though that’s a fall collection, they work perfectly for Spring themed projects as well, don’t you think? =) The images are colored with Copic markers.


Cardstock: (white) Papertrey Ink
Clear stamps: (fox, log, deer, acorn, speech bubbles from Into the Woods set) Lawn Fawn
Patterned paper: (clouds, green pattern from Into the Woods 6×6 Petite Paper Pack) Lawn Fawn
Dye ink: (Tuxedo Black) Tsukineko, (Orange Soda, Butter Bar, Tide Pool) Hero Arts
Color medium: (markers) Copic
Other: (foam tape) 3M, (embroidery hoop) Michaels

That’s all I have. Hope you enjoyed it and thanks so much for stopping by! =)


We hope you have enjoyed today’s projects courtesy of Alice Wertz.  Also, be sure to stop by Alice’s blog to see even more of her beautiful work (and let her know we sent you).  You can also find Alice on Pinterest and Facebook.


13 replies on “Featured Artist/Designer: Alice Wertz”

  1. Congrats to Alice for this feature! Her talent and style are always inspiring! I love today’s project that Alice shared! It truly is a work art!

  2. Of course, we’ve all used embroidery hoops with fabric, but this is a new use for me and I’m going to give it a try. Thanks for this idea!

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