Carolyn Dube

About Carolyn:

Carolyn Dube is an art adventurer and educator enabling people to rediscover play through the message of O.O.P.S. and reawaken their creative confidence. She is a self taught mixed media artist who explores the colors of the rainbow, avoids rules whenever possible, and lets the little kid inside her free as she shares her colorful journey.

You can find her articles in magazines such as Art Journaling, Cloth Paper Scissors and Somerset Studio, teaching in person and online workshops, designing stencils for StencilGirl Products, and sharing the message of O.O.P.S. through her YouTube videos and blog.


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Annie O’Brien Gonzales

About Annie:

Annie is a professional painter, teacher and writer in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Her work is represented by galleries across the US, shown in juried art shows and collected by art lovers at home and internationally. She is the author “Bold Expressive Painting”, and “The Joy of Acrylic Painting ” released by North Light Press.

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Andrew Borloz

About Andrew:

Andrew Borloz obtained his bachelor degree in Industrial Design from University of Bridgeport, and masters’ degree in Computer Science from University of Montclair.

He has traveled all over the world for various workshops in origami, paper arts, book arts, collage, printmaking, letterpress printing, and urban sketching. He has taught classes and workshops at origami conferences, Nature Printing Society Workshop, Art-Is-You Retreat, Cloth Paper & Scissors’ Create and The InkPad. His work has been published in three magazines, Artful Blogging, Cloth Paper & Scissors, and Somerset Studios; and three books, Creating Books & Boxes by Benjamin Rinehart, Re-Bound by Jeannine Stein, and Stencil Girl by Mary Beth Shaw.

He is currently designing stencils for Stencil Girl Products, doing urban sketches, and working on projects for various clients.



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Kae Pea

About Kae Pea:

Kae Pea is a designer, instructor, illustrator, painter and creative moon beam. It is not uncommon to find her in her studio, experimenting with numerous creative projects, a wide variety of mediums or maybe dabbling with digital art, all on any given day!

She was, until 2011 at age fortyfive, a self taught, mixed-media artist, when she went on to receive her B.F.A. in Studio Art from Maryville University in Saint Louis. In 2012 she took over RubberMoon Art Stamps, and merged her love of paper crafts and illustration with her passion for art.

She brings her enthusiasm and knowledge to like-minded creative souls through live and online workshops all across the USA and abroad. Kae Pea is a firm believer in the magical powers of art making and loves nothing more than to share her ideas, inspire and empower others to ‘get makey’ and live their creative dreams.

Originally from the California Bay Area, Kae Pea lives and operates The Moon and The Maker Creative Space in a historic little river town in the Midwest. She is married to a great guy and business partner, has three amazing kids and two spoiled cats.


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Jessica Sporn

About Jessica:

Jessica Sporn is a mixed media artist and illustrator, known for her strong use of color, texture and heartfelt style. It’s been said that her artwork always contains a sprinkle of her soul! Jessica is proud to have taught mixed media classes for Art Is You, as well as online with 21Secrets, Wanderlust, Handcrafted Holidays, and more, and is thrilled to be a part of Creative Jumpstart 2018! Jessica is a designer for Stencil Girl Products and Rubbermoon Stamp Company, and her illustration work can be found worldwide on stationery products, giftware, fabrics, and Judaica products for Aviv Judaica. Some of Jessica’s Judaica designs are sold at the Jewish Museum and Metropolitan Museum of Art! You can find Jessica on her blog, Facebook, Instagram, and teaching online classes through her website. Jessica is represented for licensing by Creative Connection Inc.


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Tina Walker

About Tina:

Hi! I’m Tina Walker and I am a lover and creator of all things artsy. Art is an outlet that allows me to keep my sanity and is a retreat from my daily career responsibilities.

My latest creative passion is all things Mixed Media, including Art Journaling, Assemblage, and Fabric Art. Mixed Media is a perfect discipline for me, encompassing multiple products, mediums and design techniques.

My project selection and medium choice is constantly changing. I love to experiment and I believe there are no mistakes, there are chances to learn and try new ideas.

I am a frequent contributor to Stampington publications and am truly blessed to be part of this amazing community. I hope I can bring a bit of sunshine to your crafty world!


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Sandra Evertson

About Sandra:

Sandra is a former model/actress turned artist, author, and collector. She has authored several best sellers. Her first book Fanciful Paper Projects (Sterling/Chapelle 2005) changed the paper crafting industry, bringing ephemera art off the page and lending it a 3D quality. This became a popular trend with an impact still felt today. Sandra is also the author of Fanciful Paper Flowers (Lark/Chapelle 2007) and she has contributed to many other titles along with the bestselling book that started the WHERE WOMEN CREATE (Sterling/Chapelle 2005) franchise.

She serves as contributing editor/columnist to WHERE WOMEN CREATE magazine, has designed several popular stamp lines exclusive to Stampington & Company and contributes to all of their various publications.

Sandra is the creator of RELICS & ARTIFACTS® Matte Resin Craft Blanks Ready to Alter.

Crafting a Revolution: Sandra has partnered with RubberMoon to bring you MUSE™ Fine Art Stamps, a curated collection.


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Michelle Rydell

About Michelle:

On any given night you can find me creating in my studio with my two cats – Willie and Johnny by my side. My main creative passion is art journaling. I love to experiment, and believe that the best art comes from letting go and just playing.

Some of the things that inspire me are bright colors, animals, music and – well, I really believe that inspiration is everywhere you look!

I live in Minnesota, USA, with my husband Michael who keeps me laughing, and of course, Willie and Johnny, who keep us both entertained!


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Kasia Avery

About Kasia:

My name is Kasia Avery and I am a Polish girl who moved to Wales following her heart. You can’t pigeon hole me because of my explorative nature, but I’m enjoying my creative journey creating art journals and mixed-media collages. I would describe my personal style as a rather organic, subtle and layered.

After a few years of teaching in-person classes internationally I decided fulfil my passion of sharing my love to art online too. Together with my husband Jamie we are the founders of Everything Art and hosts on our year-long class Wanderlust. Now we spend our days producing high-quality videos and enjoying the community of artists and crafters that we created.

I also regularly design stamps for Paper Artsy and spend lots of time learning about new techniques and forms of art. I get inspired by almost everything but my top three must be the colours of nature, poetry and love. I art journal (almost!) every day and I document it (almost!) daily on my Instagram.


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