To continue with our introduction of the Design Team members, we are very pleased to introduce you to the second of our Design Team members, Ezlie Perez. Ezlie is very excited to be a part of the first ever Paper Crafter’s Library Design Team!
Ezlie brings her love of papercrafting along with her clean and simple style to our team. She enjoys stamping and tries to utilize it in every project she does. She thrives with challenges and for this reason we think she will excel within our team. You will see for yourself that she loves the hobby and everything it allows her to create. You’ll have a chance to see Ezlie’s projects tomorrow. In the meantime, please be sure to visit Ezlie’s blog: http://madebyejp.blogspot.com/
Learn more about Ezlie:
“She is 30 years old and lives in California. She is happily married with two children ages 10 & 8. Ezlie works full time as a design drafter, drawing blueprints for a construction company. She stamps and scrapbooks any free moment she gets, mostly after the kids are asleep.
She describes her style as clean and simple: “I like texture and details with clean design lines. I really like all sorts of design styles but clean and simple comes easiest for me. I have a passion for this hobby and I love teaching others. I look forward to sharing my creations and I hope to inspire you.”
Ezlie’s favorite papercrafting is scrapbooking. “I like telling the stories of my family and having a nice way to showcase them. With the larger work space I get to be more creative in designing the layout and how to fill in the space available. I also like that the pretty papers get to be showcased on a larger scale too.”
Her advice for anyone out there in need of advice to get their creativity flowing would be to “never give up, continue learning, and try new things. I’m always on the look out for new ideas and products that may spark a creative boost. Trying new things is a big one, as you’ll never really know if you like something or if it fits your style if you don’t give it a try. I enjoy blog surfing and You Tube surfing where there is so many talented crafters that share ideas freely. I tap into those resources daily!”