Aug 27, 2015
passion to share the art and joy of paper crafting. In keeping with this idea,
we are proud to announce the Share Joy Challenge! This inspiring weekly card challenge will feature sketches designed by our very own Jen Shults.
With weekly prizes and a monthly Grand Prize, we’re aiming
to have tons of fun! Most important, we want you to share the joy of
cardmaking by sending your creations out into the world.
Be sure to subscribe to the Share Joy Challenge Blog for details on how to play along, news, and winner announcements by clicking the button below:
We are thrilled to welcome some incredibly talented designers to the Share Joy Challenge Creative Team.
North Canton, OHIO
Blog: Note to Self
a style that is clean and simple, this busy mom of two turned from
scrapbooking to cardmaking in 2010 for its quick, creative outlet. When
not crafting or spending time with her family, Lindsay enjoys hiking,
biking, camping and loves to read. She loves creating by accenting white
space with pops of color.
Blog: Designs by Simone
longtime papercrafter, Simone began stamping in 2007 by creating
invitations for her engagement. A fan of both stamping and die-cutting, her
style is crisp and clean. When not creating cards, Simone enjoys
creating home decor items with paper, keeping busy with her identical
twin girls, and reading.
- YUKI YOSHIOKA
Blog: Handmade by Yuki
from Los Angeles, Yuki recently relocated to Washington where she
trains in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, hiking, and spending time with her
boyfriend. A huge fan of cute critters, her projects feature her
coloring skills to really make them shine. After admiring a co-worker’s handmade cards, Yuki created her own and has been hooked on cardmaking ever since.
JEN SHULTS (Team Coordinator)
Kansas City, MISSOURI
Blog: Deconstructing JenMarried
to her college sweetheart, Jen is a mother of two and a middle school
art teacher. A longtime stamper and member of the Taylored Expressions
Creative Team, Jen also enjoys crocheting, pencil portraiture, and
watercolor painting. Her style runs the gamut, showcasing different
techniques and she loves creating her own background paper.