Guest Designer Lisa Lara

October 03, 2015



Hi, Lisa Lara here.  I am so happy Gerda asked me to be October's Guest Designer.  
I got to play with this sweet little clear stamp set Peekin' Pumpkin Kitty.

I love the versatility of this set.  I made a Pop Up Halloween card and Thanksgiving card coloring on Kraft.  Just a tiny bit about me, I love Gerda Steiner Designs' cutie images. I was smitten the first time I saw them.  

I have been playing in the Monthly Progressive Challenge where you can get a FREE image for playing each month, can you believe it. You have to check it out.  My style is CAS (Clean And Simple) and I am drawn to whimsical images.  Coloring/creating is my way to relax and brings me joy.  I am an Out Of The Box kind of creator.  I love to use stamps etc in creative ways.  I'd love it if you'd stop my BLOG and say "hi". 




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