Papercrafting with Lisa Bearnson

Hello My Fellow Papercrafters and Scrapbookers!
Happy spring to you! I hope wherever you are, you’re enjoying the sights, sounds and smells of this wonderful time of the year. Spring has always been my favorite season throughout my life. Growing up in Utah with lots of winter snow, it’s always a welcome sight to see blossoms on the trees, hear birds chirping while building nests and smell lilacs on bushes near my home.
I’m so excited to debut my March 25th “Papercrafting with Lisa Bearnson” show and Inspired Inc. products (along with several other brands). I will be featuring lots of amazing, innovative items including paper, washi tape, card kits, cutting tools and so much more.
The Today’s Special on March 25th is one of my favorite memory-keeping products of all time. I have teamed up with Becky Higgins in bringing you a choice of Project Life kits. This revolutionary scrapbooking system is ultra simple, yet bursting with personality and design. It requires no cutting and no adhesive–just your 4×6 photos, a pen and your own special memories. An entire album with 365 photos and 365 journaling cards can be completed in a weekend. It is the perfect kit for someone who has no time, some time or extra creative time.
Find joy in the journey and I’ll see you on the 25th!
Lisa Bearnson

More about Lisa:
Lisa Bearnson lives in Highland, Utah with her husband, Steve, and their five children.  She is the founding editor of Creating Keepsakes Scrapbook Magazine as well as the author of 11 books. She appeared on the QVC show “Creating Keepsakes Scrapbooking” for 11 years and has appeared throughout the country on television and radio shows, as well as the nation’s top newspapers and magazines, helping enthusiasts create wonderful family memories. Lisa has been featured in People Magazine and has appeared on “The Oprah Winfrey Show” and “Weekend Today” and was a finalist for the Ernst and Young Entrepreneur  of the Year award for the state of Utah. Prior to founding Creating Keepsakes, Lisa served for seven years as the editor-in-chief of WordPerfect Magazine.

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