Today's post will be the first in a series featuring the talented artists and products I discovered recently at the Heirloom Productions Rubber Stamp & Paper Arts Festival.
Meet Tiffany from Totally Tiffany. Tiffany was a restauranteur who was introduced to scrapbooking at a Creative Memories party. She fell in love with the hobby 14 years ago, and then, with a motivation for creating organizational products that will allow you to scrap at the kitchen table until 5 and then serve dinner at that same table at 5:05, her Scraprack was created.
I first heard about Totally Tiffany from my stamping friend Margaret on our craft retreat to Cape Cod this past winter. Margaret shared with me some of the organization products she had purchased. Swoon! I purchased this ribbon holder and this glue and ink holder online before I even got home.
Totally Tiffany has made me Totally Ready for next year's retreat! : )
I got to meet both Tiffany and her husband at the stamp show.
(I should have asked her for a selfie)! She was so sweet and I enjoyed speaking with her about how she got started and how she travels to all these shows.
(FYI - Her husband drives the RV and the dogs from location to location
across the country. She flies!)
Here are the three new products I purchased from Tiffany herself!
Of course, you know me, I had to come home and immediately organize my craft desk to incorporate my new purchases!
If organization is your thing, check out some of Totally Tiffany's products. I love mine, and, an added bonus - the storage solutions are super affordable!
Thanks for visiting and have a wonderfully creative day!
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