I started sharing online over ten years ago through Yahoo groups with the creation of the  ScrapBookingClasses and my hobby blog, TammeysTidbits. Today I’m an author, instructor,  dreamer and creator!  I LOVE working with others to bring their projects to life!

What would you like to create today?

About Me

I got my first computer about 1992 from Sears. Oh, it was beautiful! Heavy. Bulky. Slow! And fantastic! I could type documents, create spreadsheets, play solitaire and doodle. Getting that computer, setting it up and learning how to create and print what I wanted really ignited a fire in me! I graduated from the University of Montana a few years later with a computer degree and a love for technology.

Having a technology based career could be draining sometimes. To balance out all of the computer time, I loved grabbing my camera and heading out with the family!  Even though I started out having to develop my photos, I still had way too many! It’s also how I was introduced to scrapbooking. I had over 10,000 photos!

My passions collided into this amazing hobby that combined my love of photos, family, writing AND technology! I began to create titles and journals for my pages using software and printer. Then one Christmas my husband surprised me with a little CraftRobo cutter.  I quickly moved from that to the larger Cameo Silhouette so I could design my own, larger files. In my Yahoo group I began to make files for others and found so much joy teaching and sharing there!

I now include digital creations like E-books, Facebook headers, Pinterest pins, websites and landing pages! 

I continue to create because it brings me great joy. I share because helping others sparks a desire in me to create more which brings me more joy!  I’m here creating because you’re here looking for creations! 

The way you get meaning into your life
is to devote yourself to loving others,
devote yourself to your community around you,
and devote yourself to creating something
that gives you purpose and meaning
– Mitch Albom

My love of creating documents actually started when I was 12 and my parents gave me a Sears typewriter with correctable ribbon! I would type from the dictionary just to practice keystrokes.