Spotlight on Janny

My mail box if full of beautiful creations from all the DT and I want to show you some of their work and a little about them.
Sugar Nellie welcomes Janiel, AKA Janny to our treasured group of creative DT. I thought you would like to get to know our team a little bit better
Here is her own introduction posted on her blog http://www.scrappyjandesigns.blogspot.com/
I am a freelance designer. I have been married for 28 years last July. We have three sons. Chris 34, Cameron 22, Cody 21. I also have 2 very cute little granddaughters.
I have been a crafty person most of my life. I tole paint and cut my own wood, sew, knit, crochet, Quilt, embroidery, cook and bake and I am a candy maker around the holidays and for special events. I also love to garden and be outside.
Paper crafting is a huge passion of mine. I find that there is *NO* limit with it. I enjoy making things with paper and I share my art with others as I sell on Ebay. I belong to a selling group on Ebay of very talented group of freelance designers. Type BTDL in the search box and find out what we are selling this week. I have a link on my blog that will take you right to my auctions for sell this week. I will be adding to this blog a few times a week so please stop back by and see what I have been up to. many blessings to all.
Janny

It is a delight to see the work that the DT do, sadly I don't get any play time these day and even if I did, they are far better at card making than I ever was.
Karen

5 comments:

Cazzy said...

Welcome Janiel.

Cazzy x

joey said...

I adore Jannys work, she is a true asset to the sn dt and to all of us crafters who need a serious inspiration kick :O) thanks Janny.xxx

Vicki (basement stamper) said...

Yeah!! Go Janny!! Your creations really rock!! ;)

Karen W said...

Beautiful I love the girl with the presents and puppies, I may have to CASE that one.

Craftypagan said...

Janny's work is always stunning, such detail, tis is beautiful! I first saw Janny's work on the first Sugar Nellie blog hop in the Summer for the Duda stamps and I was blown away!