Sometimes, an event happens that it just does not sink in, a happy event which is beyond a dream, not daring to dream the possibility of it ever manifesting. Well that is the situation I found myself in when Jana Holstein, the Editor of Somerset Apprentice, approached me for the From The Pros category within the pages of this particular Stampington & co publication.This publication is filled with incredible mixed media artists, names such as Cat Kerr, Kristen Robinson, Lynn Whipple, Lori Sparkly Franklin, Kelli May-Krenz and someone whose stamp designs I have been a fan of since my earliest days of stamping, Lynne Perrella.
Somerset Apprentice Autumn,
Heartfelt thanks to the Editor, Jana Holstein and all of the Somerset Apprentice team for the privilege and honour of being a small part of Somerset Apprentice and a reminder, as I looked at that profile photo that I am in need of a haircut as my hair at the moment, is the longest it has been for years!
I hope you don’t mind that I shared this news. Happy news is always made all the lovelier when able to share with friends, friends where we all have the same passion for creating.
28 Sep 2015 29 Comments
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