We are a group of Stampin' Up! Demonstrators from around the world who virtually come together to bring you some creative inspiration using Stampin' Up! products. You can click the photos below to get to our own personal blogs.
Meet the Permanent Watercooler Artists
HEIDI WEAVER (Coordinator)
I live in Blackfalds, Alberta, a transplant from British Columbia where I grew up. As well as stamping, I have been enjoying sketching and crafts for most of my life. I am deeply interested in photography, family, helping animal shelters, and helping the underprivileged. I keep busy catering to my two rescued cats, Mei Li and Khali Kho, as well as enjoying activities with my two awesome grandsons. My daughter and family live in Blackfalds as well, making it easy to have frequent family get-togethers and outings.
MARSHA REED (Assistant Coordinator)
I’m the mother of three handsome sons and grandmother to nine beautiful grandchildren I discovered card making when a friend dragged me, under protest, to a Stampin’ Up! party. It was love at first card for me. While I've enjoyed many crafts over the years, none has caught my attention like papercrafting. When I’m not in my studio, I enjoy reading, writing, sewing, watching movies and spending time with my family and friends.
I live in Salem, Utah. I have been married to my husband Mike for 31 years and have 3 daughters and 2 sons as well as 2 granddaughters. I have been scrapbooking for 29 years and making cards for 10. I first started stamping with Stampin’ Up! in 2003 and became a Stampin’ Up! demonstrator in early 2007. I hold weekly classes and monthly clubs in my home. I find paper-crafting relaxing and enjoy stamping with friends.
I’ve done many crafts through out my life: knitting, crochet, needlepoint and cross stitch. One thing I’ve always wished was that I was an artist and could draw and paint. Then I discovered stamping and Stampin’ Up and I was hooked! Since I was a kid I’ve loved playing with paper (paper dolls anyone?) and at my first newspaper job when I learned how to design ads and whole pages of the paper, it was all done then by ‘cut & paste’ – yes, I’m dating myself – I loved it. Other things I enjoy include reading, dogs and cats (well, all animals), and photography.
I am a long time crafter from Pearland, Texas. I've been a Stampin' Up demonstrator since 2007. I love to share my creativity through my monthly Card Buffet style classes and my personal blog, libbystamps.wordpress.com. I enjoy creating crafty things for my family, friends and coworkers. I have been married for 25 plus years, have two daughters, a cockatiel, and a few years ago became a cat parent for the first time.
I've been married to my childhood sweetheart for 48 years, a wonderful man who’s always supported me in my hobbies and crafts and encourages me to attend events and participate in what my heart desires. He’s a total enabler! As a result I’ve spent countless hours learning to knit, crochet, macramé, and I took particular delight in mastering needlework. It’s funny, though I acquired a love of paper, type and ink at a very young age, helping my dad who was a printer set type for his old hand press, it wasn’t until 2006 that I discovered my love and passion for paper crafting and stamping. While attending my first Stampin’ Up!® event and making a card, I was instantly captivated, and actually signed up to be a demonstrator that night. Since then my love for stamping and paper crafting as a whole has continued to grow and blossom into so much more than I originally anticipated. I love teaching stamping techniques, maintaining a stamping blog and participating in paper crafting challenges and would encourage anyone who is looking for a fulfilling craft to try it out.
I am Judy, now a New Mexico resident but originally from New York. I live with my Amazing Daughters, Ally age 11 and Sammy Age 18, my summer camp sweetheart and hubby David, and our two fur babies, Demi and Mo. I am a craftin creative junkie that loves to play and experiment with all things creative and can't wait to play with you all!
Meet the Temporary Watercooler Artists