Hi CP fans, it’s Lisa from Crate Paper here with you today and I couldn’t think of a better way to share my Tuesday. Thanks for having me CP girls! We have had a busy month at Crate Paper mostly because so many of you have supported our last product release and yes we are feeling the love from all over the world. Thank you for all your kind emails and beautiful projects and layouts that you share with us daily. The longer we are in the scrapbooking industry the more I realize that scrapbooking and crafting is not just all about preserving memories but it's about sharing your creative talent. When I design product or work with one of our talented designers on their CP products I love the process and the opportunity to be creative, but it's not until I get a chance to see you use it in your life and share it with us do I truly love it! Thanks for bringing a story and a life to our product….Thank you for sharing your Creative Talents!
My favorite projects come from my Mom or (“Mama Crate” since starting Crate Paper was her idea). Back in the day she use to come to CHA’s with us but she did more bragging then selling, like a good Mom does. I wanted to share some of her adorable cards today with you because seeing her projects is what scrapbooking is all about. She creates a “ton” of cards and always gives them away. In my family you always receive a birthday or thank you note that was created by her. None of us (I’m the youngest of four girls) has had to make a card for years. Below are some of her adorable Emma's Shoppe cards and especially her flowers...your gonna love em. Thanks to all the Moms out there who create and share.
How cute is my Mom? I know..super cute!
The next project I want to share with you today is the coolest thing I have seen this year. It's of course my son’s Valentines Day box. Out of all the collections we released this Spring, Toy Box is my favorite and Taylor really shows it off well. He is in first grade and he did an amazing job! (Mom Glued the base paper down and Dad cut out some “cool camo fringe” and the rest Taylor did all by himself. (really nothing is sweeter to a Mom than a cut-out cameo heart).
Thank for stopping in today. I had a great time sharing some of my familys creative talents. I'll be back in April, until then I hope you all continue to create and share.