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 Jennifer Rzasa.

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

JenniferRzasa-250WHi, I’m Jennifer Rzasa, and I am so happy to be here today at the Paper Crafter’s Library!  I teach elementary music in a public school just outside of Boston, MA, and I live in a small apartment with my amazing husband.  Paper crafting is just one of my hobbies (among sewing, cooking, painting, skateboarding, cosplaying, making jewelry, etc…) – but it is definitely my favorite!    I especially love making cards- it’s such a wonderful feeling to create something in just a small amount of time that can make both yourself and someone else extremely happy!  If you’d like to come visit me you can stop by my blog, Our Change of Art, or check out some of my videos on YouTube.

Thank You Card

I let some pretty patterned paper be the “star,” allowing that gorgeous color to show through a negative die cut.

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I topped it all of with a sentiment from one of my favorite stamp sets….I just love the hand-written feel!

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Today I’ll be sharing a video of how my card came together.

Supplies:

Cardstock (Solar White) Neenah
Patterned Carstock (from 5th and Frolic) Dear Lizzy
Stamp (sentiment from Oh Happy Day) Avery Elle
Ink (black) Hero Arts
Die (Lorelai Outline Leaf) Poppy Stamps

We hope you have enjoyed today’s projects courtesy of Jennifer Rzasa.  Also, be sure to stop by Jennifer’s blog to see even more of her beautiful work (and let her know we sent you).

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16 replies on “Featured Artist/Designer: Jennifer Rzasa”

  1. What a TREAT to see Jennifer’s feature! Her design is always top-notch! Congrats, Jen!

  2. Great card, Jennifer! LOVE your card. I often showcase the fabulous printed paper I have but for a long time, I have not done so using a die cut. THANKS for the terrific card, reminding me how awesome it can look! 🙂 I appreciate the video, too.

  3. Job well done Jennifer!

    Thank you for sharing and inspiring us all and thank you PCL for showcasing such talent and working so hard to bring great content to readers!

    🙂

  4. So nice to know that I’m using foam tape the same way this artist does! Negative die cuts are new to me…interesting and very effective on this card.

  5. Thanks for featuring another great artist. I love this blog feature. Jennifer’s card is simple to do, but has lots of interesting things going on. She made the most of everything she used — including her imagination. I, too, forget to use the designer paper I have stacks of. This was a great use of it. Now, I just need some nice dies like this.

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