Date Joined: March 7, 2017
Last Online: December 12, 2017
Birthday: May 27, 1974
Country: United States
11/23/17 This may seem childish but... This is my 1st Christmas on Swap-bot. I am soooo wanting to get a wrapped stocking stuffer! But I don’t expect to receive without of course sending to you in return. I would love to swap stocking stuffers with anyone. I have lots of cute little things I can swap with you. Message me! Let’s swap a wrapped stocking stuffer or two...or three :)
If you are running a little behind sending a swap to me, please let me know. I'm a very understanding person and know firsthand that life can be so very unpredictable at times. Swapping is supposed to be fun and not stressful. Just let me know you need a little more time. And if you do not receive from me, please message me before rating. I always send my swaps.
****CRAFTS and HOBBIES****
Scrapbooking. I love everything about it. I'm seriously addicted to pretty paper, embellishments and stickers.
ATC's - fairly new to this. New to Pocket Letters. I am always up for swapping a PL. please keep in mind I am new to it and not nearly as good at it as most, but I try my best :) Handmade cards Photography Sewing - I have recently started to dabble back into sewing again.
LOVES: Nautical- especially anchors Snails, Koi Fish, Mermaids, Unicorns, Butterflies, Rainbows, Flowers, trees, birds I always think of God's promise when I see a rainbow. Tea- All- especially green Favorite colors: Turquoise, cobalt blue, yellow, black and white.
Metals: All. Especially copper.
Pretty stationary, handmade envelopes, note pad paper. Single sheets fine with me :) Mechanical pencils Embellishments die cuts ephemera embossed papers Patterned tissue paper. Scraps are fine. Washi tape - samples are fine :) stickers - please no teacher reward type.
Any of the above items are very much appreciated! Some swaps require a little more something- something, so here are some additional items that I like if the swap calls for it.
Christian related items: Miniature anything. I love itty bitty things. Any Fimo or polymer clay - any colors. I just started playing around with clay. So far I only have the colors white, black and gold. Jewelry: Store bought or handmade. Slippers - size 7 medium Fuzzy socks or any cute type of socks Candy: Gummies are my favorite. I like milk chocolate as well. Lip balms - My favorite is Soft Lips over EOS, but any kind is fine
Pens: Anything unique, fancy or interesting looking
The Dusty Attic chipboard: I would be so grateful for even your leftover unused scraps of Dusty Attic chipboard from a past project you made.
Candles - any kind or scent is fine :).
Tea or coffee: I like them all. Tea bags and K cups welcome. I have a Keurig machine.
Shirt size Medium Handmade: Anything made by you or by someone else is welcomed.
Dislikes: I don’t have any use for teacher reward stickers. My sons are all teenage and older.
More boring stuff about me: Currently: My hubby and I both own our own businesses. Jeff works out of the home, and I'm fortunate to be able to work from home.
When I was a single mom only a few short years ago, I worked for a photography company for several years before doing freelance. I love photography! I still take photos every day, just no longer of people. I take photos of clothing now. I hired a model for my clothing business and now looking to add another.
I used to work for well-known pediatrician Dr William Sears. He has wrote several books on child rearing. One of my favorites of his is: The NDD Book. NDD stands for Nutrition Deficit Disorder. How a lot of parents feed their kids has become quite an issue. Especially with a household of both parents working, which can equal less home cooked meals and too much packaged foods. I can provide tips for busy moms who want to incorporate more Whole Foods into their families diets, as well as helping moms to change old habits and reshape your child's taste buds. I worked at his Irvine California office promoting his line of products, like his snacks and vitamins. I also was a community moderator for his Facebook page. Based off of Dr Sears philosophies and his books (yes, it was required that I read them) and with my own experience of being a mom for many years, I answered questions parents had regarding all areas of parenting concerns. I also wrote the daily nutritional tip. I really enjoyed working for Dr Sears. I admire his passion for kids and family. Every child is uniquely different and special. If you have any questions please don't hesitate to ask. If you've been wanting to change your kids diets but are being met with resistance, that's totally normal. The key is to be consistent and not give up. I'm here if you have a question or concern. No question is too small :)
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