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Team Leader: Julie McGuffee
Julie is a crafter, an award winning designer, consultant and product developer and has been professionally involved in the Arts & Crafts industry for over 20 years. She has authored over 50 “How To” craft books as well as feature columns in national and international magazines. She works with etchall® as our social media coordinator!
Steph Ackerman has been been creating in some form since she was a child, starting with crochet, sewing, macramé and beading. Turning down a scholarship to the Fashion Institute of Technology, she became a business major managing several major corporations during my career; but always kept her crafty endeavors. She loves to teach classes and can be found teaching in her craft room as well as local stores.
Sue Eldred is a DIY, paper crafting, picture taking, creative kind of gal. (also kind of a organizing nut) She loves to find good junk to re-purpose into great treasures.
Marilyn has been working in and around the craft industry for 20+ years. She is a multi-media designer specializing in shabby chic creations.
Cindi Bisson McGee has been working in the craft industry for over 15 years as a mixed-media artist. She is multi-published via web TV, websites, ebooks, books and magazines, and recently represented KellyCraft™ Innovations on HSN. Cindi enjoys experimenting with many types of mixed-media to create home decor, jewelry, wearable fashion, textured/dimensional projects and paper crafts. You can view her work on her blog and the When Creativity Knocks craft tv series.
Terry is a jewelry and craft designer who specializes in –well, not specializing. She loves all kinds of crafts from recycled and repurposed crafts to fine jewelry-making and wirework.
Anita is an experienced media spokesperson, educator, project and product designer and more. Her scrapbook, home-decor, paper crafts and upcycled projects have been featured in books and magazines, at events and trade shows. Her style is diverse and ever evolving, but one thing remains the same, less is less and more is best and white space is the enemy!
Maria loves to create anything and everything – especially if she can paint it, too! She uses own sketches in all the stuff she crafts and paints, from fabric, to wood, to glass and beads.