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Feature Artist ~ Melisa Waldorf

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MELISA WALDORF 


Hello Everyone! I’m Melisa. I live in Humble TX with my wonderful hubby of 28 years. I work part-time as a nurse in an out-patient surgery center. It’s gorgeous here in TX with temps in the 70’s. I hope you girls have had time to thaw out. This time of year I especially love sitting out on the back patio on my days off to do bible study and watch the birds. As well as ride my bike.

I am currently designing with Pink Persimmon. I enjoy scrapbooking, stamping, and card making. I love mixed media and creating artist trading cards, altered art pieces, canvas’, and adding new pages to my art journals. There are sooooo many wonderful mediums to play with these days and I love getting my hands dirty trying new things, and sharing them on my blog Paperlicious Designs. The Altered Pages blog team comes up with so many fun idea’s and inspiration and I’m thrilled to be a guest designer for them. I hope you are inspired by some of my Pink Persimmon projects they will be sharing with you!

THINKING of YOU
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GRADE 1

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You can read more about Melisa's work on her blog Paperlicious Designs!
Thank you Melisa for sharing with us!


Be sure to return tomorrow to see what our Design Team is creating with The Robin's Nest products.

Comments

  1. LOVE the sweetheart mending card - the colors are gorgeous!

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  2. This is so sweet. Mixed media is so my thing.

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  3. Your card is absolutely gorgeous. Love that mending card stamp. And your school days layout is adorable. So glad to have you share your work with us.

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  4. Beautiful ! I too love the mending card!

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  5. Precious! Love the Thinking of You creation Marlene

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  6. So Pretty and Elegant!! Beautiful work!!

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  7. Thanks ladies! I'm excited to be featured with such a talented group of designers this month.

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  8. The sewing theme project is my fave here. I like the softness of it. Pretty.

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