ABOUT

Welcome to A Bit Of Glue & Paper.  My name is Sarah and I am a card maker paper crafter based in Vancouver, BC, Canada.

I have always loved paper and stationery. For as long as I can remember I have been guilty of owning far more notebooks and writing implements than I could ever use (as I am sure at least some of you can relate to). My foray in to cards all started years ago when I made a funny birthday card for my mom with just a piece of printer paper and crayons, the kind kids make all the time. It had dinosaurs and sailboats and got a great reaction. History was made.

I enjoy scrapbooking and mixed media as well, and try to incorporate any art techniques I learn in to my card making. I am addicted to craft magazines.  My current favourite is Stampington’s Take Ten.

My goal with this blog is to not only share cards I make, but also techniques I learn and want to share and supplies that I am excited about.

You can find me here: Instagram, Pinterest, Twitter and deviantArt.

Thanks for dropping by, and I hope you come back soon. Also, please comment on any posts that you liked! I would love to hear what you have to say.

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  1. I can completely relate to having too many notebooks (wait, there’s no such thing) and pens. I have recently started a bullet journal, so now have a good excuse to use my colourful pens. Scrapbooking and card making are also things I enjoy, but currently do not have the space to lay it all out and be creative. I need a craft room, because my family is getting tired of my supplies being all over the house. Your cards are beautiful (from your May 13 post).

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    1. You’re right, there is no such thing as too many notebooks! 🙂 Good luck with your bullet journal. A great way to be creative every day! I could totally use more space haha Thanks so much!

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