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Spotlight Week

We'd like to say hello to our new Contributing Design Team and use this week to get to know some of them better. So this week, it's spotlights week!


First on the list is Chin Pooi Pooi (better known as Pooi) from Singapore and she created this darling project to go along with her spotlight:

Kids Jotter Books by Chin Pooi Pooi
Supplies: Curious Matlida Paper (35265) - Enchanted, Gentle Badger Paper (35253) - Enchanted, Skyline Park Paper (35235) - City Park, Exquisite Phrase Stickers (42181) - Remarks, Trail Phrase Stickers (42183) - Remarks, Everyday Printed Satin (57914) - Ribbon

Pooi says, "My five year old son Sean likes to bring bits and pieces of papers along with his colouring materials in a tool box whenever we go outdoors. He loves to draw pictures as he explores the nature. I made these simple, adorable, and easy jotter books for him to to bring along. He simply can jot down anything he fancies. The Remarks Stickers fit right in this project with eye-catching finishes. I used them as titles for the jotter books. There are a lot of varieties in the remarks stickers and I’ve planned to use them more."

Here are some fun facts to help you get to know Pooi better:

Hometown: Singapore
I love to snack on...
anything fruity; fruit gums, fruit candies, fruit chocies, fruit smoothies, fruit salad...
The best thing about where I live is...
I get sunshine almost throughout the entire year.
If I could have any job in the world...
I’d have be a fruit stall owner to sell fruits and create all new different fruit juice concoction everyday!
My family is...
just very small and we still communicate using the most traditional ways, sending cards and letters to each other.
What I love most about American Crafts is...
the variety of Thickers, the Remarks stickers and rub ons which are my must have items in all my layouts.


Also today we'd like to spotlight Leslie Ashe. She made this fabulous layout about the love her family shares. 

Love Layout by Leslie Ashe Supplies: 12x12 Cardstock Coffee (71049)- AC Cardstock, 12x12 Cardstock Dandelion (71037) - AC Cardstock, 12x12 Damask Cardstock White (71158) - AC Cardstock, Peony Party  (35165) - Dear Lizzy, Spring  Fabric Paper, Busy Beetle (35169) - Dear Lizzy, Spring Fabric Paper, Sweet Strawberry (35100) - Dear Lizzy Spring Paper, Hyacinth (35051) - I Do Paper, Springy (70060) - Flair, I Do Large Pearl Brads (85501) - Elements, I Do Medium Jewel Brads (85498) - Elements, Dear Lizzy Glitter Buttons (85505) - Elements, Fancy (42706) - Stickers, Coffee Bliss (53030) - Thickers, Bliss Accents Multi (53034) - Thickers, Lively (89822) - Ribbon

Leslie says, "I'm a family girl naturally and I wanted to highlight that by creating a layout focusing on just family. It's a blessing to be a part of such a fun group of people. They keep me in stitches...all day, every day. Stacking photo's in a group of three makes it easy to tell your story. I love using embellishments as part of my title or journaling."

And here are some fun facts about Leslie:

Hometown: Fort Worth, Texas
Occupation: Director of Domestic Engineering
The best thing about my job is...I can make my own hours and as an added bonus scrapbook whenever I want.
My favorite song changes so much, but right now it's "Fruit Machine" by the Ting Tings.
I always...tell my family "I love you" so they'll never wonder.
At the end of the day...
I like to sit and chill in front of the TV catching up on my fave reality shows while sipping an ice cold Passion Tea Lemonade from Starbucks (I even learned how to make them myself!)
What I love most about American Crafts is...
EVERYTHING! The textures, colors, designs, THICKERS...did I mention EVERYTHING???

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