woensdag 9 december 2015

Guest Designer: Paula Whittaker

Vandaag laten we een gast aan het woord: Paula Whittaker. Paula was ooit een vast lid van ons designteam maar moest ons helaas verlaten. Maar voor vandaag is zij terug van weggeweest en laat ons weer prachtig werk zien.

Today we wan't to say hi to a guest designer: Paula Whittaker. Paula used to be one of our regular disignteammembers but had to leave us for personal reasons. But now she is back for a visit and show's us her great work.

I was asked to write a small introduction about myself, this usually scares me silly but here goes....I'm Paula, I'm 43, I live in the UK with my husband and our 18 year old cat Jess. I started card making in 2004 and was instantly drawn to paper, ink and stamps. I've been exceptionally fortunate to have been published in UK and US magazines since 2005. I was also very lucky to have been part of the Art Journey DT a while back, that was a dream come true as I adore their stamp designs, they are so versatile and can be used for CAS and mixed media creations.

Paula, thanks for your great work! We hope to see you again here some day soon!

take care

7 opmerkingen:

  1. Wow Paula, beautiful artwork! Love your style!

  2. Your artwork looks great Paula.
    I love the way you make your backgrounds.
    They have a special look. Thanks for showing your work, very

  3. Great to see your beautiful work here Paula! (I forgot to shut my mouth seeing all these super stamped cards :) ) So manny and each a feast for the eyes! Thanks for so much inspiration! Gerrina

  4. Thank you Ladies for your extremely kind comments - and also a huge thank you to Louise for still letting me be a part of the AJ family xx

    1. Your welcome Paula. It's an honour to have you. Thanks for your great work.

  5. These cards are completely stunning, each one a little work of art. It would be impossible to choose a favourite such clever design in all of them, but I love the summery feel of the last one, maybe it is just what I need on a grey wintery day. I do hope we will see more of Paula's work here, it is so inspiring. Elaine x