Thursday, March 3, 2011

Hey everyone!  It's time for the Trendsetting Spotlight! Each Thursday we feature a card made by someone who has participated in a previous week's TSG Challenge. Would you like to be in the Trendsetting Spotlight?? Join in the fun by participating in our weekly challenges posted every Monday!

This week's trendsetting spotlight is on Laurel Seabrook
Laurel is an amazing crafter that has graced the pages of magazines, blogs and now, even, the Papercraft's Magazine Blogroll

Look at this gorgeous card that Laurel made for our TSG94 color challenge!

I asked Laurel some questions about her crafting:

1. What is your favorite paper technique? My favorite technique is paper piecing. 

2. Your favorite embellishment is......twine!

3. What is your favorite type of challenge? My favorite type of challenge is a sketch challenge. 

 4. Can you tell us a little about yourself? I am married with 2 girls ages 15 and 12. I teach grade 1 full time and my hobbies are paper crafting (especially card making and scrapping), photography, blogging and painting. Although the job and family life keeps me busy I try to make time for myself daily by going for a run and of course playing in my craft room. My passion right now is anything using paper. My girls are the inspiration for my scrapping and I am into card making as I love how quick, easy and satisfying they are... not to mention I am addicted to Challenges and participate in as many as I can. I have also dabbled a bit in altered projects and mini albums and am slowly becoming addicted to them too! Finally, I have fairly recently delved into digital items and use them for hybrid layouts, cards and altered products.

Stop by Laurel's blog, Seabrook Designs, for some amazing inspiration!

4 comments:

  1. Thank you so much for having me in the spotlight!

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  2. congrats, laurel--love that card!

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  3. Always love Laurel's work. So glad to see it in your spotlight!

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  4. Way to Go Laurel, your work is amazing!

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