Terry lives in a small rural community in South Texas with her husband, youngest son, and three fur babies (miniature dachshunds). She has five children all together and four grandchildren. Terry keeps busy managing a physician group, attending every and any kind sporting event (since her husband is a coach), golfing, traveling, and of course scrapping every chance she gets.
Terry started scrapbooking quite by accident in December 2007. She was purchasing scrapbooking supplies as a Christmas gift for her assistant and decided to buy two of everything. The scrapbooking bug bit her, however her paper days were short. After stumbling upon Designer Digitals and classes by Debbie Hodge and Paula Gilarde, it would be only about 6 months, before she went 100% digital. Terry loves recording memories whether it is of her grandchildren, children, sports, everyday life, or just the beauty of nature.
Megan has lived in Idaho for the last 12 years with her husband and 3 boys. They are wild and crazy and keep her on her toes. To help keep sane in a house full of boys she often retreats to her craft room. She spends a lot of her time scrapbooking, but also loves making cards, sewing and making cute crafts with her Silhouette Cameo.
Marie is a French-Canadian who moved quite a bit before settling down in the USA in 2010. Although she’s a French teacher, she’s currently staying home with her two daughters ages 5 and 7.
Marie is an artist at heart and has been crafting for many years. She enjoyed working with many different types of crafts including watercolor, paper cutting and calligraphy before she fell in love with memory keeping in 2008, which is now her biggest passion alongside photography and writing. Marie is currently on her fourth year as a member of the Get it Scrapped design team. She also designs for Citrus Twist Pocket Life Kits and My Pretty Little Studio. Marie also has her own line of products manufactured by Pretty Little Studio called Here Comes the Sun. You can find Marie on her blog, on Instagram and on her Facebook page.
Summer lives in the insane temperatures of Henderson, Nevada with her hot husband of 14 years and 3 wild kiddos. She started digital scrapbooking in 2009 and has never looked back! She is on liv.edesigns creative team over at SnapClickSupply. Summer is currently in the process of opening her own digital scrapbooking store, SuLu Designs! Her amazingly talented kiddos will join her in designing a plethora of amazing product to fit any style of scrapping.
Summer loves the challenge of anything new or different that helps her grow as a designer & scrapbooker. She loves to keep her scrapbooking real by documenting more than just the perfect moments. She can often be found on her computer with a diet coke in hand, scrapping the good, bad and uglies of this crazy, beautiful life. She loves camping and hiking with her family, new shoes, having girls nights with amazing friends, pretending that she loves to work out, or carting kids all over the Vegas valley. The art of memory keeping and all its craftiness is what keeps her sane and following down the yellow brick road.
Ronnie is an English girl living in Texas with two kids, one schnauzer and a husband for company. Her family left England when her daughter was 18 months old with hopes of being back in time for her to start school. Now Ronnie and her family have been in Texas for 14 years and her daughter is 19! Ronnie is a “Work-From-Home Mum” with a bit more than a part-time job in association management. Not something she planned to do with her life but something she enjoys and fits in with her family commitments.
Scrapbooking has been Ronnie’s major hobby/stress management tool for over ten years now and she collected a room full of supplies and gadgets before transitioning exclusively to digital scrapbooking in 2010. Ronnie says, “My scrapbooks record my family life ‘warts and all’. My one rule as far as my scrapbooking is concerned is that I’m the Chief Executive Officer in Charge. So I decide how long to spend on a page, I decide which pictures and I decide what to scrapbook. It’s the one thing in my life I have complete control over.”
Sian lives in the UK with her husband and two teenage children. She has been making things since she first learned how to thread a needle; her first favourite cutting out project was her collection of paper dolls; and her passion for scrapbooking took hold in 2008 with the help of some of the very first classes at Get It Scrapped. Now she enjoys bringing elements of all the crafts she loves to her scrapbook pages.
Sian is a History graduate who is always happy to delve into the past and pull out a good story or two. When she isn’t scrapbooking, she can be found blogging, sewing, knitting or taking photographs. She has designed for several kit clubs and currently designs for Gossamer Blue.
Michelle Houghton is a wife, mother and artist living in Iowa. She is a lifelong artist, majoring in Fine Arts at the University of Oregon and then teaching high school art for 7 years. Michelle started Copic work 6 years ago becoming a certified instructor and teaching Copic classes live and on-line.
Michelle is part of the Regional Instructor Team for Imagination International Inc., the US distributor of Copic products, where she helps design curriculum and teaches Copic Workshops all over the nation. Her newest duties for III include writing and filming tutorials for Copic In The Craft Room. She also teaches doodling, Copics, handlettering and more in her classes at workshops throughout the Midwest.
You can keep up with all of Michelle’s doings at her blog Scrapweaver.com.
Devra lives in the Seattle, WA area and is the Family Manager of two boys, a husband, and theirdog, a yellow lab named Snickers. When Devra isn’t scrapping, she likes to read, enjoys long walks with her dog, and a night out with friends. She lives for baseball season, and is always dreaming of the beach. Oh, and when Devra retires, she wants to be Snow White in the Disneyland Parade.
Devra has been paper scrapping since she received her first scrapbook as a birthday gift in 1998. She loves how the hobby continues to evolve and gives her reason to try new things, and evolve as well. If Devra had to describe her style, she’d say it’s “adaptable”. She enjoys trying new trends and techniques (some more than others) and seeing how she can make them work for her. Devra scraps it all, the good, the bad, the funny, and yes, the ugly. And with her family as her primary subjects, she is never a loss for new material.
Lynn was born in the north of England, but now lives in New Zealand after stints in Australia, London and Singapore. Although a digital scrapbook designer for over ten years, she is first and foremost a scrapbooker and has created numerous photobooks for her two daughters and for her parents (who send her all their travel pics and the old family photos). She splits her time between designing kits and templates for her store at The Lilypad and working as a political journalist (on the news website she and her husband own) and as a financial sub-editor. You will, therefore, nearly always find her at her computer working. But if she is not, she is probably researching family history (hoping to top the discovery that her coal mining ancestors were actually descended from the Plantagenet kings), planning the next family travel adventure – or, most likely, in a bubble bath reading.
Shanna currently lives in Auburn, WA but grew up in a small town in Idaho, called Mullan. She’s been married to her high school sweetheart for over 30 years and has an amazing 25-year-old daughter who is often the focus of her scrapbook pages. Shanna works full time as a manager in the corporate office of a large coffee company in Seattle.
In her spare time she creates scrapbook designs, blogs, practices her photography skills, and searches for farm house treasures. Her favorite scrapbook style is clean and simple with a focus on the story. Shanna has been scrapbooking with the same group of ladies for more than 10 years now.and says “Although we started out as co-workers they have become lifelong friends and I cherish my scrapbook weekends away with them.”
Nicole lives in rural south-central Nebraska where she is enjoying country living with her husband of 16 years and 2 girls who are 9 & 12. She co-owns a coffee shop/craft retail store in a nearby town where she is able to use her craftiness in areas from decorating the shop to making items for resale to designing marketing materials for the business.
When she is not in barista mode, Nicole also scrapbooks for others as a side-job, although most of her scrappy time is personal. She has scrapbooked “officially” (acid free) since she was in high school when she and her mom discovered a Creative Memories booth at a craft bazaar. Prior to that, she was always a memory keeper, keeping books and books of memorabilia as well as journals. A few years ago Nicole started a You Tube channel focused on scrapbooking and was recently on the Scrap Gals podcast talking about her use of kits. She loves scrapbooking product and is passionate about making the most out of her scrapbook stash and encouraging others to do so as well.
Jana lives in Central New Jersey with her son and husband. She goes to school during the day for Child Psychology and Applied Behavior and has a minor in Social work. She has been scrapbooking since 2007 she is a digital scrapbooker who likes to do Artistic digital pages and digital art journal and enjoying teaching techniques at her blog and you can follow her also on Facebook.
Karen’s life began in the Canadian prairies followed by several years of school in Montreal before moving to California. If you ask Karen she’ll attest that while snow covered places are nice location to visit, they do not always make the best places to live. Karen is a disabled, retired OBGYN residing in a lovely garden setting in Sacramento with her husband, Cal. Their blended family consists of 7 well grown sons and 6 grandchildren.
Karen is an avid scrapbooker, genealogy nut and life-long learner of art, history, science and anthropology. Travel is a passion of hers, though she still has the continents of South America and Antarctica to cross off her list. Karen says that scrapbooking helps her to keep her personal memories, tell stories, preserve history, add a little bit of humor to life and also gives her an excuse to get messy. Its also a hobby that has allowed her to make many good friends from around the world and at home too.
From her earliest memories, Kelly has enjoyed and sought opportunities for creativity. She was active in ballet and jazz classes, art lessons, chorus, band and newspaper staff. She majored in Interior Design, then got married to her college sweetheart Jeff, in 1997. Together, they have three children (one boy- born in 2000, two girls born in 2002 and 2004) and Kelly has been an at-home Mom since their oldest was born.
After finding out about scrapbooking from a Creative Memories home party in 1999, Kelly began paper scrapbooking in 2000. She was an avid paper scrapper until around 2007. In early 2013, she began scrapbooking digitally, and is now working to preserve the memories from the years she didn’t scrapbook. She’s recently started a blog at and is active on Pinterest, so feel free to look her up on one or both!
Doris grew up just six miles from the ocean on the gulf coast of sunny Florida. After college her dormant gypsy blood surfaced and she began her wanderings; she has lived in Guatemala, Kentucky, North Carolina, and Honduras. Her vagabond ways were tempered when her little guy came along. They currently call Tennessee home where she stays quite busy keeping up with her son, teaching English as a Second Language, and scrapping, of course.
Doris has always enjoyed photos and the stories they tell and she loves that scrapbooking allows her to share her stories and thoughts with her son, family, friends, and future generations. Doris currently designs for Jenni Bowlin Studio and American Crafts and has been published in Scrapbook Trends, Creating Keepsakes, BHG Scrapbooks Etc., Memory Makers, and Cards.
Katie lives in sunny Florida with her husband, two children, and an aging yellow lab. Her and her husband are lawyers and together they’ve run a small law office for 15 years now. Katie has been creating all sorts of art since she could hold a pair of scissors but started scrapbooking in the modern sense in 2000. She finds she’s happiest when she can fit scrapbooking into her daily routine and is generally more concerned with the process and habit of scrapbooking than the end result.
In addition to scrapbooking, Katie enjoys improvisational comedy and Bikram yoga. She’s recently added art journaling to her many creative pursuits and her 8 year old daughter is joining her on the journey. She loves spending time with her family in their backyard, at theme parks, and when they’re lucky enough, on the ski slopes.
Stefanie is a stay-at-home-mom that lives in Cape Town, South Africa with her husband of 27 years and their brood of three older children and three cats. She has been scrapbooking for 12 years, making the transition to the dark digi side 6 years ago. Stefanie is passionate about telling her family’s stories and loves creating multi-photo layouts of events and documenting the normal everyday moments. She is on the creative team of The Digichick, where she hosts monthly challenges. She also creates for KimB Designs, Digital Scrapbook Ingredients and Sabrina’s Creations.
Christy has been enjoying the expat lifestyle since 2006 when she and her family sold their home and most of their belongings to move to Nassau, Bahamas. She loves to travel and explore new places. Though originally from Florida, Christy currently resides in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates with her husband, son,two striped island cats and one desert kitty. She began scrapbooking in 2001. Since then, scrapbooking has become both an obsession and a creative outlet. Though lately she has found she also loves art journaling and mixed media.
When she is not scrapbooking or creating, you can find her spending time with her family, homeschooling her son or playing a video game. She is currently creating for Get It Scrapped, Simple Scrapper, and Layout a Week.
Audrey has been scrapping & making cards since 2004. In 2010, she made the switch to digital scrapbooking due to the urge to scrap but not the time to play with physical stash! That proved to be a wise decision as four years later, she moved to India with the family when her husband was posted there to work. She also found new interest in dabbling with mixed media and art journaling, all digital of coyear. Other interests included training to be a yoga teacher, learning Hindi and exploring other countries with the family.
Cynthia (more commonly known as MrsPeel around the web) is a Brazilian living in London for 25+ years. She was a performer for 30 years, however in 2003 her health took a turn for the worse. Perhaps it was a bit of a blessing in disguise, because this was when she came across digital scrapbooking in 2006 and fell in love. She says, “My passion for scrapbooking grows every day,and it is my best pain relief therapy.”
Cynthia is a mom to a wonderful 20-year-old girl who sometimes drives her mad but is also the best thing that has happened in her life. Cynthia is a memory keeper and an art journaler, who feels blessed to belong to an industry that gives her so much love and passion & helps her find happiness every day!
Kristy loves to create scrapbook pages, cards, home decor and art journal pages with pretty papers, paints, mists and other art supplies. Her love of photography resulting in stack loads of photographs mean that the photographs are always prominent in her work and usually provide the colour inspiration. She shares her life with her husband, 3 children and a puppy.
Deborah Wagner lives in Minnesota with her husband of 28 years. She is a mother to 3 children, ages 18, 20 and 22; and grandmother to one baby girl. Their family is completed by 3 large, high energy dogs. They are known by extended family and friends as the loud family! There is never a quiet moment in their home which gives her plenty of material for scrapbooking. She is passionate about this hobby, and imagines her children and grandchildren paging through her scrapbooks years from now, still being able to hear her voice.
Deborah spends most of her free time scrapping or learning about design,color and artsy Photoshop techniques. She has been published in Creating Keepsakes, Scrapbooking Memories; and Scrapbooks Etc.