Friday, August 13, 2010

Contributor Profile: Delys Cram

From WA this morning, we're now over to New Zealand for the next of our contributor profiles. 

Delys Cram donated three tutorials - a wonderful festive Christmas Cracker for our Christmas Bundle, and 2 great scrapbooking tutorials - This Old House and a Watefall Mini Album. 

Thank you so much Delys.

Let's find out a little more shall we ....


"Hi I am Delys Cram and I’m from the sunny Bay of Plenty in New Zealand ...Whakatane to be exact. I’m a sharemilker/dairy farmer , Mum of two – Rhys(16) and Jennifer (13)- and I am wife to Dave (23 years). I won’t mention my age as once you hit 40 it doesn’t really matter does it?

I started scrapbooking 9 years ago and was self taught until I started going to classes in 2004. I found Stampin’ Up! in 2008 and fell in love with the coordinating products. Even though I wasn’t much of a card maker, I was soon converted. I had been teaching scrapbooking for a few years previous so this was the natural progression to be able to sell the product and teach papercrafting. My passion remains around teaching and inspiring others on my blog and in my classes.

I have been fortunate enough to be published many times and being on New Zealands’ only papercraft magazine, The Up2Scrap Elite Team in 2008/2009. I am currently on the Just Add Ink design Team (Aus) and the Stampaholic 10/20/30 minute Design Team (US). I enjoy lots of laughs with these girls and cherish the friendships made. This friendship extends to my class ladies and to my wider team, but especially to my small team (Del InkQuents) who share my SU passion.

It’s all about sharing ideas for me and I will continue to share freely of my time and creations which is why I am happy to help The Helping Hudson cause today. "

Delys Cram

Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator
Bay of Plenty, New Zealand

You can visit Delys at her blog:   Little Scraps Of Paper

Email:   cramfamily@farmside.co.nz

1 comment:

  1. Delys, you are an angel for so willingly helping us with our fundraiser. Thank you for your brilliant tutorials, and for being such an all-round great person! Christine x

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