Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Contributor Profile: Bronwyn Eastley

We'd like to say a thank you to another of our tutorial contributors - Bronwyn Eastley. 

Bronwyn donated a tutorial for a gorgeous little candy cane mouse for our Punch Art Bundle. 

Over to Bronwyn to tell us a bit more about herself ....

"I am an Independent Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator living in Legana (near Launceston), Tasmania, Australia. I have been married to my husband, Brett, for 25 years. We have two wonderful ‘children’, Ryan (20) and Laura (17).

I work as a Primary School Teacher (currently 4 days a week) and oversee the Junior Campus in my role as an Assistant Principal. I spend my Mondays pottering around in my stamping room (I have taken over the entire rumpus room!) and love to enter on-line challenges. I am also a member of the Just Add Ink Design Team.

I went to my first Stampin' Up! workshop, with the intent to buy a stamp with a teddy bear on it so I could make my own little handmade tags to go on the bears that I had made. I didn't even do the make'n'take as I was not intending to start another hobby. The catalogue looked interesting though, so I decided to book my own workshop! The rest, they say is history! The teddy bears, jewellery making and knitting have been put on the sideline and the world of Stamping and Papercraft, has completely taken over! I KNOW I have really found my niche in all of this, and just LOVE what I do!

So ... I joined Stampin’ Up! in August, 2008 after realising my ‘wish list’ for the wonderful products had become very large!! I love ‘retail therapy’ and don’t often buy stuff at full price, so I was convinced that joining up as a demonstrator in order to access all that SU had to offer at a discount price, made sense to me.

I love to go out and do in-home workshops in order to fund my ‘addINKtion’ as well as hold mini classes to keep my customers happy! I am a member of the ‘Paper Dolls’ but my up-line has since retired from SU. It is fun to share a passion for all things stamping and paper craft with others and to enjoy the helpful advice and inspirational ideas that go with being a demonstrator."

Bronwyn Eastley

You can visit Bronwyn at her blog:  addINKtive designs

1 comment:

  1. And she is just one of the nicest person Ive met online since being a demonstrator! Luv ya Bron!