I am so excited to introduce you to this week’s Featured Stampin’ Up! Artist……Amy Celona from Ustamp4Fun.
Amy doesn’t really need my introduction as I’m sure most of you have heard of her already. Amy is a SAHM of 4 kids, she is an extremely talented stamper and has been running a very successful Stampin’ Up! business for many years. In addition to her Stampin’ Up! business she is also a terrific website/blogsite designer. In fact, she designed both www.andreawalford.com and my new Stampin’ Up! demonstrator website www.demotodemo.com, and is the one who helps keep them running smoothly!
I stumbled upon Amy’s website design service somewhat accidentally over a year ago. I should share with you that I am not technically inclined AT ALL – in fact regardless of how easy people say it is to set up a blog, I tried, I really did…..I spent hours trying in fact, and had pretty much given up on the whole idea of EVER blogging, when I found Amy. Let me tell you, she is WELL worth the money that I paid to have her set up my blog and to host my blog. I would do it over again in a heartbeat! She has worked tirelessly with me, answered a million and one questions (I think some day she dreads picking up the phone because she knows it’ll be me again with more questions, more schemes and more work for her – *lol*!) and through it all, has become an incredibly good friend and a Stampin’ Up! mentor for me. She answers my Stampin’ Up! questions just as readily as she does my website/blogsite questions, so she’s been a real "two for one" deal for me – *grin*!
Okay, I know, I’m gushing, but I really can’t help help it…..if you can’t tell already, I think very highly of her! Amy is based in New London Twp., Pennsylvania, USA, so if you live anywhere within driving distance of her, I highly recommend you try out one of her events. I also encourage you to visit her website/blog (she recently merged the two) at www.ustamp4fun.com – she shares all sorts of fantastic ideas. In fact the picture that I have posted above is a birthday/gift keeper she designed and the one below is a graduation money holder. If you visit her blog you’ll find downloadable instruction sheets on how to make them.
How about you? How would YOU like to be a Featured Stampin’ Up! Artist on my blog? Click HERE for more information on how this could help your Stampin’ Up! Business and to apply.