Please Welcome New Trend Reporter Katherine Elliot

Katherine ElliottWe know keeping up with the latest trends in paper crafting can be hard and even more time consuming.  With that in mind, we have created a new fetaure on Paper Crafter’s Library called Trend Reporting.  Each week we will have a new trend article for you chock full of ideas and samples taken from different companies and websites on line to bring them all together in one place for you.  We want to keep you up to date and “in the know” for the latest in the paper crafting world.   The articles will have loads of information and creative inspiration for you to keep up on that latest trend.

Katherine Elliot is our first reporter and she is very excited to be a part of the team.  She is extremely talented and passionate.

You will see her first article next week.  In the meantime, you can visit her blog here and see some of her own work.

Learn more about Katherine:

I’m a wife, dog mom and full-time office worker residing in a small, rural Missouri town.  Paper crafts & card making are my creative, artistic outlets from my otherwise routine work life.  I’ve been a stamp-a-holic since my sister took me to my first “stamp camp” over 5 years ago.

I enjoy making custom cards, invitations and crafts for friends, family and charity events, and collect way too many stamp sets, papers, punches and tools, but who’s counting?!  I also enjoy hiking, mountain biking, and spending time outdoors, and consider crafts as part of a healthy lifestyle – it is a great way to unwind.  I love checking out all the wonderful blogs our papercraft community has and learning new techniques and fun ways to combine technology and crafts together.  Then, I will bring it all to you.

I look forward to sharing it all on Paper Crafter’s Library.

7 replies on “Please Welcome New Trend Reporter Katherine Elliot”

  1. Small rural town in Missouri? I grew up in a small rural town in Missouri. I’ll be watching for your trend reporting!

  2. Welcome Katherine! Missouri has a lot of small rural towns and I’ve driven though it many times with miles and miles of cotton fields. It’s a very large state. We just moved from western KY back to California almost a year go and all I had to do was go over a bridge to get to Illinois and Missouri. I’m really looking forward to your articles. Take care and God bless you!

  3. So proud of you, Kathy! I know your tips and ideas will be very much appreciated by everyone. You are an inspiration!

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