This blog is a showcase of all my scrappy paper and fabric projects and I hope that it inspires you in some way!
I am a very proud SAHM mommy to my sweet girl Charlotte, and little dude Kyler. Our family of four lives in central NY state where we get to experience the best of four gorgeous seasons. Our other babies are Chloe, our Australian Shepard/Border Collie mix, and Abu our cat.
I am an obsessive crafter of all sorts and have been since my grandma taught me to cross stitch when I was a little girl. I love leaves, birds, and butterflies and just being outside. I listen to hard rock and sing outloud in my car. I am drawn to anything green. I love to cook and bake and be "domestic" (except for the cleaning part...). I love to watch TV and movies. My favorites are The Walking Dead and Game of Thrones. And someday I want to be a survivalist on Naked & Afraid.
I started scrapping around 2005, and became serious about it in 2008. I am more of a “moments” scrapper than an “event” scrapper. I like to capture the magic in the everyday. My scrapbook style is artsy and detailed, but I always have a story to tell and try to document that on my pages. Right now I love working with bright colors, mists, machine sewing, and my electronic die cutting machine. I have been published in several magazines including Creating Keepsakes, Scrapbook Trends, and Create: Mini Albums to name a few.
At the age of 12, I got my first sewing machine (a Singer) and started making hair scrunchies (it was the 80's, after all!). I used to sew pillows, skirts, curtains, an bed spreads. In 2014 I started quilting and immediately became hooked!! I have an obsession/addiction to gorgeous fabrics and have thousands of quilts ideas running through my head!
Stay scrappy my friends!
Please contact me at audreykit at yahoo dot com.
You can find me here:
- My 2 Peas Gallery: Audrey's 2 Peas Profile
- My Flickr Account: PhotoStream
- Instagram: audreykit1
- Pinterest: audreykit
- My sketch Gallery: Sketch Gallery at PhotoBucket
love the blog hop!
Audrey your rainbow lane quilt caught my eye. The size looks bigger than the measurements on CLUCK Cluck sew.....did you use two strips for each line.....to make the quilt wider? I'm using a jelly roll.
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