Wednesday, January 1, 2014

Growing in Unity Wednesday!

Happy New Year and welcome to GIU Wednesday!!  This week Ruby is sharing her Unity creations with us all week long.

Meet Ruby:

Here is a little something about Ruby:

"Hi my name is Ruby Marchand. ( AKA Inspired Scrapper). I am retired and have a daughter, son and one very special Granddaughter Alyssa.My home is in London, Ontario Canada.

 I have been scrapping and making cards for a very long time. My love for paper crafting started in 1995. Along with this hobby, I also did craft shows with flower and wood art. The show sales started to decline so I decided just to spend my time Scrap booking and Card-making. I still do some flower arranging and donate the items to a Cancer organization ( WELLSPRING) for their fund raising craft shows. In 2007, I was diagnosed with Breast Cancer. During this tough time, I managed to make cards on my good days. By October that year I was able to send 250 cards to our troops overseas. This hobby helped me focus on something positive. I started to receive encouragement cards from all over the world. The RAKS were from kind forum friends. I treasured each and everyone. They played a big part in my recovery. Blessed, I am a 6 year survivor.

My daughter introduced me to Unity Stamps in 2008 and I have been addicted since then. I LOVE Unity Stamps. The KOM and SMAK kits are my favorite. I can NEVER have too many. I visit the UNIY blog everyday for inspiration from the design team. I try to participate each week in FWF. I have gotten to know many of you and your talents there. You can also find me on my blog. It is an honor to be your GIU this week."


Check out this beautiful layout from Ruby:



Be sure to swing on by Ruby's blog each this week for wonderful inspiration and a chance to win some itty bitty stamps!

Till next week!

2 comments:

jolande said...

You made a great lay out Ruby!!

Ann Mcclenaghan said...

Hi Ruby. First I must say you are an amazing woman and I admire you very much for your attitude, Fortitude and creativity ! I will visit your site often. This is a lovely page and thank you for sharing.

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