Wednesday, December 9, 2015

Moving to a New Site

If you've been following my blog recently, I mentioned that I am now a product designer for Sizzix, the paper crafting company. It is really the perfect job for me because I'm a designer AND a paper crafter which makes me my own target audience.

We are now getting very close to the big Craft and Hobby Association trade show in Anaheim, California next month so I've been extremely busy doing both the catalog and packaging for Tim Holtz plus my own product designs. Our social media person mentioned that it would be good if I had a blog. Oh, wait! I have one!!! But I wanted one that was more about my crafting, where I could offer sneak peeks at my new designs and share different ideas on how to use my designs.
So off I went and built a new website dedicated to {mostly} crafting but I am, and always will be, a thrifter so you may find upcycled thrifted pieces in some projects.

Since my product hasn't officially launched yet, I cannot share the designs on my new site at this time. So I have been reposting some projects from this original site but adding more instructions or updating the project itself when possible.

I have also been busy creating new projects that I can share so please click over to my new website; LyndaCreates.com and Follow me there. Soon you will see lots of new projects plus you can join me in my new adventure as a Sizzix Product Designer.

Thanks and I hope to hear from you at LyndaCreates.com!

3 comments:

  1. It is an amazing goal to create something new each and everyday. I enjoy looking for new paper to use. It can add so much to the project in which I am doing. I am not sure if it is something many do but, I have a whole room dedicated to my designs. It really makes me so much happier.

    Russell Beck @ 5 Star Brand

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  2. I am so looking forward to hearing about your journey with your company and your upcoming projects. You have such an inspiring creative side that I really looking forward to learning more about. It really motivates me to not only do more home projects but really explore a career that utilizes my creativity on a more consistent basis. I look forward to reading more!

    Gerard Reese @ Kafe Digital Marketing

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  3. Sometimes I think somethings are a little bit exaggerated especially with everyone thinking they can just come up with something to write build a blog from there, but this, this is quite something. I like how you bring your fashionable designing skills to what you write about. Such a good example to most newbies out there. The art of design rest upon you!

    Nathanial Thorton @ VDB Ventures

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