Stamping with Princess – About Me

My husband, Ronnie and me

My husband, Ronnie and me

If I had to describe myself in two words, they would be: Tomboy Princess. I like boy stuff and girl stuff. There are many sides to me. Here are a few:

Stamping since 1989, I put my card making on hold in 2003 when I got married. When I picked my hobby back up 4 years later, I found that it had changed significantly. And I have been jazzed about paper crafting every since. I love making cards and 3D items. I enjoy teaching others about papercrafting as well. Let me fill you in on a little secret, though: Just between you and me, I don’t scrapbook.

The tomboy in me loves mountain biking, dirt biking and skiing. I love action movies, too… and sappy chick flicks. I love to be creative and I’m energized by organizing things. I enjoy reading, chocolate and playing games with friends. Two sayings definitely ring true for me:

  1. Presentation is everything;
  2. There’s a place for everything and everything has it’s place.

As a recovering perfectionist, though, I’ve come to the realization that life is way more enjoyable when filled with grace. So, is presentation really everything? No, not really. I’m learning that mistakes are going to be made and that I’m still acceptable even with my faults. And other people are acceptable, even with their faults. It’s amazing how much more enjoyable life is when I’m living with grace. 

Stamping with Princess – My Goal

I created this website with one thing in mind, to inspire others. I hope that by sharing my creations you’ll be inspired to share yours. Spread love and cheer with something homemade.



  1. Regina Ptacek said,

    May 2, 2009 at 02:29

    I love your bride and groom card! beautiful and would love to make some to have on hand. Do you have a pattern to share?

    thank you!

  2. beyondtheoutside said,

    February 9, 2010 at 01:45

    I wanted to let you know that I make cards too. Typically I search “thank you” or whatever type of card I’m making into google, find a picture, study it, then close out the picture and improvise making that card with the supplies that I have. It always looks good, but WAY different than the original. I found your site today and I LOVE it! You’re cards are great and simple. Some cards are just not really “home made” and not feasible for me to make because I don’t have the resources. i LOVE your ideas. I just made a card based off of your “distressed art” second picture. I just wanted to let you know that I think you’re brilliant and I love “borrowing” your ideas and templates!

  3. Anne Bombard said,

    November 2, 2010 at 07:59

    HELP…. I am looking for the MSE dress stamp that you make your bride and groom thankyou cards with. I cannot find it anywhere! Is it definitely a MSE stamp? Do you know where I can get one?


  4. Shalini Pahwa said,

    March 10, 2011 at 23:11

    what is the size of the magic box….really nice concept

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