About Me

Let me introduce myself. I am a wife, mother, grandmother, craft artisan, teacher, photographer, and enjoyer of life. I live in the Central Valley of Calfornia. If I could spend all of my waking hours in my craft room I would do so. I have an extreme passion for paper crafting of all kinds. I have been stamping and card making since 2006 as a self-taught stamper. I took my first serious classes in 2007 and it has been a love affair ever since! I am an avid scrapbooker since 1999. Photography has been another serious side line since 2005. I guess you could say I am a person that can’t sit still and have to be doing something all of the time. I admit it, I am a craftaholic!

This site is about my Stampin’ Up! business which I have been doing since 2010. I enjoy sharing paper crafting of all types with family, friends, and complete strangers! I enjoy this for of art and would love to help you with your paper crafting needs. I offer classes in my home, and¬†am willing to provide you and your friends an introductory¬†workshop in your home or even mine! I view my world of Stampin’ Up! and crafting in general as a therapy session. Consider this “Craft Therapy” and the therapist is in!


  1. Comment by Deanna Andersen:

    Hello! We met some time ago at one of the Fresno High Fleas, I am a local. I belong to a ‘organize your craft area’ pages on Facebook and I’ve seen on there something about a product stampin’ up sells that helps you transfer your wood stamps to the clear blocks, which I am very interested in. I watched a few you tube videos on it as well, but I’m unclear as to what I really need to get started. I currently have them all stored in 2 rolling, 3 drawer bins, under my desk in my craft/laundry room, with the overflow sitting in a stack next to that, so it would be nice to reduce the space. I know I “need” (my husband would call them wants!) other things, but I think getting organized might inspire me to use all my stamping stuff.

    • Comment by Becky Tuttle:

      Hi Deanna,
      My apologies for not seeing your comment and responding to you when you posted. The product that you are referring to is no longer available. Stampin’UP! discontinued it a few years ago. There is a product on the market called EZ Mount Static Cling Foam and you can search and find many vendors for it online. I hope this helps with your organizing project! Once you unmount your wood stamps and then back them with the cling foam you will want to place them into a storage case. Stampin’UP! does sell the empty cases that their stamps are in and I can give you more information on those cases if you would like. If you just leave them out not “clinging” to a surface then the foam will dry out and you will need to refresh it to make it cling to your acrylic blocks. Let me know if I can be of more help to you.

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