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Hi, my name is Kayla. I was born and raised on the Central Coast of California. I grew up drawing and sketching with my best friend. We drew all the time after school, during school, on the weekends, in chalk, with colored pencils, using bubble gum. When we drew people, it took us awhile to realize why they looked funny...they had no chins.

I am still blessed to call the Central Coat my home. I married my high school sweetheart and we were lucky enough to be able to buy a home here in 2009 where we live with two chickens and our two wiener dogs.

Here are some other things about me if you're so inclined to read this far...

I like soy chai lattes, but I am super picky about them.

I could never give up bread.

Ditto for dairy…

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  • Female
  • Born on April 10
  • Joined December 11, 2008

Favorite materials

Paper, Ink, Glue, Ribbon

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About

Hi, my name is Kayla. I was born and raised on the Central Coast of California. I grew up drawing and sketching with my best friend. We drew all the time after school, during school, on the weekends, in chalk, with colored pencils, using bubble gum. When we drew people, it took us awhile to realize why they looked funny...they had no chins.

I am still blessed to call the Central Coat my home. I married my high school sweetheart and we were lucky enough to be able to buy a home here in 2009 where we live with two chickens and our two wiener dogs.

Here are some other things about me if you're so inclined to read this far...

I like soy chai lattes, but I am super picky about them.

I could never give up bread.

Ditto for dairy.

I love downhill mountain biking.

I think growing my own fruit and veggies is the best thing ever.

I still get anxious whenever I set foot back onto my old high school campus.

If I could, I would be a professional student. I heart you, French classes!

I am easily distracted by Facebook, Twitter, etc. Rrrr...

I am a one woman show. Yep, I don't sleep a whole lot.

My favorite books are by Janet Evanovich. The Stephanie Plum's in particular. I pretty much love anything that comes in a series...I read way too fast for a single story to be satisfying.

One of the best things I ever made was a book of monsters illustrated (and acted out by) my sister and I when I was maybe 8. I still have it.

I love it when my work makes others smile.

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