My name is Jean Fitch.
Welcome to the on-line version of my Stamping Studio in the Rogue Valley. I’ve been stamping for about 8 years and a Stampin’ Up! Independent Demonstrator for 7 of those years now. I live in the rural spaces of the Rogue Valley in Southern Oregon and share my living space with two furfaces (of the cat variety) named Sandy and Wicket. Those of you who subscribe to my demo or customer newsletter have heard the stories of their exploits. They have since decided that their fame could use a wider stage so they’ve encouraged me to start this blog so they can have their chance at fame and fortune. Along the way I’ll also be sharing my own and others creations, lots of links to amazing blogs, video’s, tutorials and anything else I can think of. I hope you will enjoy the journey with me.
For those of you interested in the personal details: I’m your basic Caucasian mongrel mix of nationalities, into my 50’s, a Catholic Christian and though a lover of tech and sci-fi, am also a spinner and weaver among other fiber arts and other crafting genres. My home is filled with books, music, instruments, cat paraphernalia, crafting supplies (especially spinning wheels and looms) and of course the usual accoutrements of a confirmed pack rat who also likes to cook, collect folk art, dabble with computers and way too many other things. Your basic baby boomer still in search of herself and wondering what she’ll be when she grows up. So welcome to the new space and feel free to drop me a line.
I’m also known as jlfstudio on SCS and various other stamping forums with this avatar.
Credit Line: In case you are wondering, the card image above is not one of mine. When I first discovered stamping blogs and everything on-line to do with stamping I came across this image in a Cards on-line promotion from June of 2007 and was fascinated with it (probably the buttons :D) and it has since become my avatar on many blogs and stamping sites. I had also just gotten a Vista computer with a very cool snipping tool and was wildly snipping everything I fell in love with. Once started it’s hard to change so for now I’ll continue to use it but thought you should know it’s neither mine nor original with me. If I ever find out who’s it is I’ll be happy to give credit where credit is due. And yes it’s on my to do list for CASE’ing so that it will be a more legal version – I just have to find the right buttons!
Hugs and blessings to you all. – Jean
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org (for now)