Beth lives in Virginia and is a wife, mom and "Nana" to three very much loved grandchildren. She loves crafting and cooking. She also mentions that she is retired and after following her blog for almost a year I know she couldn't work and craft the way she does. Crafting for her is a FULL time job and after you visit her blog, Nana's Memories And More, you will know what I'm talking about. She started blogging in 2007 and when you start looking at her creations you won't be able to stop. So get a cup of tea or coffee, sit back, relax and listen to her wonderful music while visiting her awesome blog.
Beth uses techniques I have never heard of but the best part is, she gives all the info you need to learn these on you own. This flower was created using a technique called Faux Vellum and chalked each layer of the flower. Beautiful!!
I'm a country girl and this majestic rooster caught my eye. He is standing there looking like royalty in the barnyard.
I adore all of these Christmas creations. I couldn't choose a favorite so I'm sharing these three. She makes ornaments and stamps glass blocks. I honestly think she might be Santa's little helper.
Take a look at this cute little girly project. She says to place a card inside, some tea bags in the second pocket and use for a special tea party!!! Sounds great to me.
What bird wouldn't want to take up residence in this beautiful house? Love the colors and the layout. I think I'd keep this inside for some springy decoration.
I think one definition for Nana is ...someone who makes soft, warm, afghans. Isn't this adorable? Beth you are one talented lady. I thank you for letting me share your unique crafting creations with the world. I encourage everyone to visit Beth's blog and look at all her amazing work. There just isn't enough space here to even get started.