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August 29, 2009
It’s Good to Be King!
If the Tiara fits...
Spotlight on Carolyn King
What’s Cammie’s guilty pleasure?
Stamps that raise money for Alzheimers
How you can help
” That evening she asked a lot of questions about being a demo and signed up the very next week. Cammie. She claims to have always loved doing creative things and began scrapbooking. After two years of marriage. Benjamin. she hosted a Stampin’ Up! party and says. “It was love at first stamp.
Cammie’s crafting journey began in 2004 when she started scrapbooking after moving away from family. thinking it would be fun to spend time with other scrappers one night a month. one fateful evening in 2006. she and her husband moved to Louisiana where they stayed for only 18 months before relocating to where they currently call home in Georgetown
Texas. clean and classy lines and a talented illustrator. Her first published card appeared in the March 2008 issue of Cardmaker Magazine and she has since been published more than 80 times in magazines and books.It’s Good to be King!
by Lynn Mercurio
…Carolyn King that is.13. Pennsylvania. Cammie happily reports that her husband has only two more years of service remaining in the army where he is a physician.
. She lived in the same area for 30 years and worked as a public relations director on the east coast before getting married and moving to the southern part of the country. Cammie was born and raised just outside of Philadelphia.4.6 1/2 & Lauren. Then. as she is known to most. Finding that she had some extra time on her hands. Cammie has really done an outstanding job learning her craft. she was looking for a way to express her creative side. She lives with her husband and three children. the 7th of 8 children. uses the nickname that was given her as a child and one we have all grown to associate with brilliant creativity. Cammie happily gave up her career in public relations to be a stay-at-home mom. Cara.
10K and a half marathon. She has great fun checking out celebrity outfits. Children and a minor surgery put her on the sidelines for a while. it’s a good day. dinner is made by someone else and Cammie gets time to spend with family. Squeezing in a little stamping time isn’t bad either!
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http://myblogbycammie. but she tries to squeeze in some play time with them as often as possible. it would seem that Cammie doesn’t have much free time. But what makes a good day a great day is when their home is whining-free. she replied. In addition to her long list of daily duties. happy and they can pay their bills. With the kids. but somehow an issue will mysteriously find its way into her shopping cart on occasion. Before Cammie started stamping. reading the gossip and escaping the stresses of life for a while. and design team commitments.Cammie recently finished up serving as one of the pretigious Dirty Dozen design team members for Splitcoaststampers.com and she is currently a senior design team member and illustrator for Gina K Designs. Most of Cammie’s time is spent chauffeuring kids around.blogspot. When asked about her guilty pleasure. she and her husband competed in several road races and ran a marathon together. She says that if her kids are healthy. PEOPLE Magazine. Cammie confesses that life is good. but is looking to increase her frequency to 5-6 weekly runs so she can begin training for 5K. She won’t subscribe because that would cut into her crafting budget. Cammie said she is working to get back into shape. but now that the kids are a little older. She runs 3-4 times a week.com/
for inspiration that just won’t quit. but it must be true when they say that busy people get the most done and make time to do what they feel is important. illustrating.
. she’s ready to start some serious training.
100% of my proceeds from the set (Whimsical Autumn) will be sent to the Pennsylvania Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association. 1916 ..
This stamp set is available at www. After returning from Pennsylvania and getting back to work—I had a resurgence of energy for this (new) set..This is an excerpt from Carolyn King’s Blog. Although part of me was rejoicing because she suffered too long…the selfish part of me was wishing for just one more visit. I saw first-hand how devastating this disease can be.ginakdesigns..July 1. . Stamps by Artist. Click on Stamps. . I had just finished drawing the images for this set when I received a call from my mother telling me that my grandmother passed away. . I saw my grandmother go from a completely independent and meticulous women to a completely dependent person who lost all of the wonderful memories her life created. And so. Look for a new stamp set by Carolyn King coming in our September release!
by Carolyn King
$19. written last year on September 3. she was suffering from Alzheimer’s disease. just in time for fall. What you may not know is that for the past 12 years of her life. Always.95
. After she was first diagnosed. you know that my grandmother passed away in July. I wrote about it here. 2008 In Loving Memory Of Clare Lyons “Mamo” September 26. her weight plummeted and the memories of her life were erased from her mind.. . . . she moved into my parent’s house where I was living with my daughter. In many ways. I decided the best way for me to honor my Grandmother’s memory was to give back. . . Carolyn King and you will find this adorable set. my family has been saying goodbye to my grandmother for years.as her energy diminished. 2008 For those of you who read my blog.com. .