Many of you may have heard already that Susan Criser, better known as Suzee Que passed away last Tuesday, April 13. This week's crowabout is a tribute to Susan who was so generous, and such an inspiration to so many of us. Although I did not know her in person, I knew her through her generous sharing of images on flickr, and I have so much to thank her for. I've used many of her images in my collages. She will be missed by many, and she will always be remembered through her art, the art she inspired, and the art she contributed to. She was like an angel to the whole art and craft community through her incredible generosity and dedication. We will all miss you so much Suzee!
This journal spread which uses images of the crowabout sheet 75, beautifully put together by another amazing artist Constance Taylor, is dedicated to Suzee Que
Just got a whole lot of new stamps from a brilliant place called the Stamp Smith. This is the image that I first saw on Docraft and really liked. I asked the friend who has used it in an ATC, where she got it. Well she borrowed it from a friend who got it from ebay as a one off. But.... it had a title. I googled the title, and hey presto found the site. They have great stamps and offer a really friendly fast service. I highly recommend them!
Gothic Arch Trifold inside
Back of Gothic Arch Trifold
Gothic Arch Within the Heart
Gothic Arch, the Key
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