Please join us in extending a warm welcoming our Guest Designer for the Month of May! We are thrilled to have Liz Munoz joining the Peachy Keen Family of Designers to share her paper crafting talents, and we are sure you are going to love each and every one of her fabulous creations! Liz will be here each Tuesday this month with a new Peachy Project share with you. WELCOME, Liz! It's GREAT to have you with us!!
Hi, my name is Liz of Liz’s Paper Loft! I'm so excited to be a Guest Designer for Peachy Keen, this is really a thrill for me! I live in the San Francisco Bay Area and am married to a man that understands my need to be creative. We have two daughters, one is engaged and the other is at college in TennesseeJ. I work part-time for a real estate company as a file auditor to support my habit...my love for paper, embellishments, and all things crafty! I have been a crafter since I was a little girl, however my obsession for scrapbooking started 18 years ago then stamping shortly thereafter. Then my obsession took on a whole new meaning when I received my Cricut Expression, Christmas 2006. I have learned over the years that I create better alone, but love and NEED the social part of crops!
It’s hard to believe that it’s been over three years since I’ve been blogging, loving every minute of it! It’s given me the chance to become friends with many across the country and the world, even meeting some in person! Currently I’m on one design team, My Creative Time which makes it easier to help my daughter plan her upcoming wedding!
Hi everyone, it's Liz from Liz's Paper Loft! I am beyond excited to be apart of the Peachy Keen Family as a Guest Designer this month! Thank you to Peachy Keen for giving me this opportunity to have FUN PLAYING with paper and Peachy Goodness!!!
Now on to my project...
I used PKSC14February2013, I just love this stamp set! There are so many darling stamps for boys, yet I'm sure any of you could still make them girly! hehehe
Using a strip of chrome metallic paper ran through a crimper add just enough "industrial" feel! I know it's hard to see, but on the gear I used Tim Holts distress clear stickles.
For the complete recipe, you can click HERE to go to my blog!
I'll see you next Tuesday for another "peachy" project!