We have two new amazing designers coming on board for 2018. Kimberly Heard will be joining the Toolshed Design Team and Lisa Griffith will be joining the Garden Design Team. We are so excited to welcome them to our ISBG family and can't wait to see what they create!
You won't want to miss the next Jan/Feb kit reveals on Saturday! Be sure to stop back and check out the new kits. In the meantime, you can visit and follow our new designer's blogs below for some incredible inspiration.
My name is Kimberly (Droopidog) Heard. I’ve been married for 23 yrs and we have no children. Since it’s just the 2 of us we travel as often as we like. We both have just recently retired, so we will be continuing our travels even more now.
Most of my scrappy subjects involve the many adventures of the Mr and I. Boy does he provide me with plenty of fun and funny scrappy photos. Have to love a man who doesn't mind my scrappy addiction. I have started to include a few more stock photos to satisfy my mixed media artistic side.
I started scrapping in 2001, after my mom died. I had all these copies of photos and didn’t know what to do with them. I had a friend that was into scrapbooking so I called her. Once I did my first page, I was hooked.
Like any good scrapper, I am never without my camera and am always looking for an opportunity to take scrap worthy pictures.
You can find me on my blog: http://www.droopidog.typepad.com/
Hello! My name is Lisa Griffith and I live in Georgia, USA. I’m happily married to my best friend, and we have one son, Liam, whose sweet little face appears in many of my pages. I’ve been scrapping ever since my boy was born, but over the last few years of discovering mixed media, my hobby has grown into my passion, and I spend a lot of time daydreaming about colors, textures and my next layout. I have a small studio at home and I love to do my ‘scrap-art’ as a way to wind down, relax, and lose myself in something creative.
I really admire so many styles, but the one I come back to the most is a little bit vintage, very nature-inspired with lots of leaves and flowers, and always leaning to the messy and chaotic side of things. I love splashing watercolors, inks and sprays on my background, and always try to include some flea market finds on my pages such as old lace, wool, fabric, pine cones, twigs, twine, beads, or vintage buttons…. anything to give my project a little unique twist.
I’m excited to join this wonderful team and I hope my art will inspire you to get messy too!
You can find me on my blog www.thepaperattic.blogspot.com