About Trisha

Trisha has been an avid scrapbooker for more than 15 years and taught for at least 14 years at retail stores and conventions- big and small. She has been married to her best friend Drew for 21 years and they have 2 wild but extremely handsome boys who are more often then not the source of her inspiration. She resides in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada where the long, cold winters provide ample opportunity to scrapbook in her studio at home.

Trisha feels so extremely blessed to be able to combine her love for travel with her passion for paper crafting and teaching. She has had the privilege of teaching numerous classes coast to coast in both Canada and the United States as well as the Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, Norway, The Netherlands, South Africa, England, Australia and New Zealand. She has had the good fortune to teach on board 3 different cruises to date and looks forward to seeing where she will get to explore next in this wonderful journey called life. Being able to share her scrapbooking addiction with paper crafters everywhere is something she is so very thankful for.

Being a freelance instructor/ designer, she has had the opportunity to work with many of the industries hottest manufacturers. In years past, Trisha has had the pleasure of teaching many other classes as an Endorsed Educator and or Design team Member for companies such as Pink Paislee, Heidi Swapp, Authentique, Tattered Angels, My Mind's Eye, Teresa Collins Designs, Graphic 45, Canvas Corp, Sizzix, 7 Gypsies and Prima.

Trisha has had numerous projects and articles published in various magazines and is currently a contributing writer for Canadian Scrapbooker Magazine.

Trisha loves to create projects that are very detail oriented and incorporates texture and dimension wherever possible. She loves to add little surprises that make you wonder why you didn't think of that. You will not find a "flat" project anywhere in her portfolio. The best part of it all is that she takes pride in her abilities as a teacher and shows her students that by breaking down even the most complex of projects into simplified steps, all projects can be accomplished by any level of crafter.