I’m Clare, and I’m assuming you’re here because you’d like to know more about me. Lucky for you, I have this fancy ol’ ‘about me’ page all ready for ya. 😉
I started this blog as a dorky, cash-strapped sixteen-year-old who made cards on the ratty carpet of her brother’s old room, and while I’m fancy enough now to use a desk I snuck away from my parents, not much else has changed. And that means, I’m still dorky and shy, with a tendency to ramble and laugh. A lot.
I still like to craft as cheaply as possible, I create huge messes every time I craft, and my craft desk is the thing of Pinterest nightmares.
Inspired by my love of paper, I graduated in 2016 with a Bachelor of Arts in Communication Arts, with minors in marketing and theology. When I’m not working my day job as a graphic designer, I make cards, procrastinate, bake sugary goods, play guitar, or hang out with my family.
But more than all this craftiness, I’m first and foremost a Catholic with awesome parents, eight nutty siblings, three practically perfect in-laws, and lots of adorable nephews and nieces.
If you’d like to see my paper crafting resume, go HERE
If you have any questions whatsoever, or you just wanna say hi, please drop me a line!
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I only share what I love.
Otherwise why would I waste your and my time talking about it?! Nobody likes wasting time.
Unless you’re on a Netflix binge.
I do participate in several affiliate programs, which means I receive a small commission when products are purchased through links here at this blog. This is done at absolutely no additional cost to you. The affiliate programs I am a part of are Amazon, Hero Arts and Ellen Hutson.
The affiliate income goes directly toward the cost of running this blog and bringing new projects to you! Time spent creating projects and posting them aside, it costs $$$ to run and host a blog. 😉 I hope that if you enjoy the content, you will support the blog by clicking through these links to make your purchases.
I buy most of my own supplies. However, as a creative team member, I do receive some free product to work with, and I use this to create projects for company blogs or for extra content here on this blog!