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My roots span the United States from, Texas to Alaska and back to Texas - with some of my fondest memories in Anchorage, Alaska as a child. Living in Anchorage in the 1980's one learns to be independent and I enjoyed all kinds of activities that changed as much as the seasons - softball, basketball, arts and crafts, and reading.

I still have my first "scrap book", it is made from a 3-ring industrial binder which chronicls leaving Dallas and moving to Fort Collins, Colorado for my college years at Colorado State University.

After CSU, I moved to Denver and started my career. Over the years, scrapbooking fell by the way side as I bought a townhome, and settled into being all grown up. About 7 or 8 years ago, one of my dearest friends Jenny, who at the time had two toddlers in tow, and I started scrapbooking. I have enjoyed some…

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My roots span the United States from, Texas to Alaska and back to Texas - with some of my fondest memories in Anchorage, Alaska as a child. Living in Anchorage in the 1980's one learns to be independent and I enjoyed all kinds of activities that changed as much as the seasons - softball, basketball, arts and crafts, and reading.

I still have my first "scrap book", it is made from a 3-ring industrial binder which chronicls leaving Dallas and moving to Fort Collins, Colorado for my college years at Colorado State University.

After CSU, I moved to Denver and started my career. Over the years, scrapbooking fell by the way side as I bought a townhome, and settled into being all grown up. About 7 or 8 years ago, one of my dearest friends Jenny, who at the time had two toddlers in tow, and I started scrapbooking. I have enjoyed some of the best times of my life in the hours and hours I have shared with Jenny, our trusty scissors and paper trimmers, mounds of paper, our cricut machines and too many glasses of wine to count. Over the years we have added more friends to our circle - Julie, Julia, and Lisa - and I look forward to a lifetime of memories with these amazing girls.

Over the years I have finished albums and started to make greeting cards which have been met with enthusiam and support from the girls and their familes and friends. As a result of this enthusiasim and support, I started Paisley Notions a handmade greeting card company in January 2011.

I hope you enjoy giving a Paisley Notions card as much as I enjoy designing the cards and please let me know if there is anything special I can help you with.

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