I Have Issues…..ME?

amylynne You know, I have been such a LUCKY girl lately. I’ve been able to make some of my dream design teams! Making the Paper Issues team is NO exception. Seriously, I do a HUGE portion of my scrap shopping through PI, and now I get to create for them (and pimp ’em out!) If you fancy 20% off at *any* time, just add the coupon code above at checkout. 🙂 Stop by Paper Issues today, to welcome the other gals (and check out the enormous amount of talent I get to join up with) at http://www.paperissues.blogspot.com. There will be lotsa wonderful PRIZES too, in honor of Paper Issues’ owner, the fabulous Cassie Box’s birthday!

In other news…..I had a fabulous time teaching a large class of wonderful ladies this weekend. We created Upcycled Scrapbooks, and they got to feel the freedom and awesomeness of learning to create with mixed media. I saw some great stuff born. 😉 I am learning that teaching is one of my favorite things ever. I hope that a lucky star will shine on me soon, and I can make it maybe a more frequent gig.

 
MM Upcycled Class 3
MM Upcycled Class 2
MM Upcycled Class 2

Also this weekend, my sweetie pie Haley had her senior prom. She looked gorgeous (as did her fab boyfriend, TJ). I may have cried. A little…..or a lot.

Haley and TJ

Annnnnnd finally……..I colored my hair a funky color again. My bangs are a cool shade of teal. I already had a farmer in the gas station today, look at me and shake his head. I gotta keep people around these rural parts on their toes. 😉

me and teal hair

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5 Comments on “I Have Issues…..ME?”

  1. Alex says:

    Congrats! I am looking forward to working with you! 🙂

  2. Congrats Amy! I’m so happy to be on this team with you!
    Loving your hair color 🙂 !!

  3. Scraps says:

    Congratulations, Amy! Go you!

  4. Nicole says:

    I like your hair, especially since it made someone shake their head!

  5. Chipper says:

    Congratulations! My fav part of owning a papercrafting shop was the teaching. Loved it, but I have definitely had enough of it for now (and I stopped teaching scrapbooking when I moved back to Australia). I enjoyed seeing the joy on the students faces as they created something new and I always encouraged them to change it up to suit them as they saw fit. I always felt honoured to have inspired them in some way.


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