Eager To Stamp is about finding time to create, escaping supply chaos and making cards. It’s about finding easy ways to focus on stamping, and not spending time and effort trying to find supplies and ideas.
I am Amie, a teacher, card maker and mum to 4. I play with pretty paper and gorgeous stamps when ever I can in a very busy life.
My past struggle with post-natal depression after the birth of my twins inspired me to share with you how you can:
~ Fill your tank when you have no motivation to create.
~ Use the limited time you have to make a card.
~ Give yourself permission to take “me” time and let go of unrealistic expectations.
There are many reasons people start card making.
I started card making to fill my tank while I struggled with post-natal depression after the birth of my twins.
I loved that I could be creative and have a finished card within 30 minutes.
Making things by hand makes us happy. But there’s an even better feeling when you share your creation with others.
That act of kindness can brighten their day and put a spring in their step.
And yours too.
What my customers say about me:
Naomi Milverton “I was introduced to Amie’s card class by a mutual friend. I love her style and patience when teaching me to stamp. I had so much fun, that I kept on going to her classes! Thank you Amie for introducing me to card making. All the best teaching online!”
Rosemary Stearn “I was looking for a Stampin’ Up! demonstrator to order supplies from and found Amie through work. She was so helpful and respected my budget. Now I am retired, I continue to order through her because I know she’ll show me how to get value for my money.”
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Be Inspired ~ I find the best card making ideas and curate them on Pinterest for you. I post what I’m currently making over on Instagram. I Facebook Live card making tutorials and also on my YouTube channel.