Scrap-A-Mia 2011

The Scrappers Event of the year!

Guest Teacher – Emma Trout

Hi! My name is Emma. I live in the beautiful countryside of the UK with my husband and my two teenage boys. I am a full-time mother and wife juggling all that life throws at me with my passion for crafting.

I have been scrapbooking for several years since my lovely neighbour showed me one of her albums. One look and I was hooked!

I am primarily a scrapbooker and usually work in A4 format.My style…well it’s instantly recognisable to everybody else but me! Last year I enjoyed making ‘off the page projects’too.From cakestands to Rubik’s Cubes, you name it I was trying to make it out of paper! I love making minibooks too, something I said I wouldn’t make when I first started! I have had my work published in Scrapbook Magazine, Scrapbook Trends, Scrapbook Inspirations, Perfect Day Bookazine & the PencilLines Sketch Book.

Scrapbooking has provided me with an outlet to be feminine in a male dominated household. I love to layer and embellish my pages and use doodling and paint.  I am so grateful that my family have embraced my hobby, ignored the mess I make when creating and enjoyed the journey with me.

One of the greatest thing about my hobby…the great people I have met and the wonderful places I have visited.Who would have thought that paper could take you to the other side of the world!

When I am not scrapping I can be found walking my crazy dog, burning the dinner and tackling the jungle that is my garden.

You can find more pictures of Emma’s brilliant work over at her lovely blog: http://scrapsofmymind.blogspot.com/

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