Lisa Dickinson is a graphic designer living in Colorado with her husband, two kids, and a menagerie of four-legged creatures. She was introduced to scrapbooking in 1998 after attending a Creative Memories party. Her first scrap project was an album documenting her tropical honeymoon, complete with fish-shaped photos and countless sheets of stickers! In the years following, her style evolved and she had her first layout published in Simple Scrapbooks magazine in 2003. Since then, she has contributed to several magazines and manufacturer design teams, as well as authoring the book Design Workshop from Ella Publishing.
When she’s not scrapping, Lisa fosters dogs for a local rescue, frequents antique shops, and is constantly on the hunt for the perfect rosé wine.
Where is the first place you look for inspiration?
Magazines—my favorites are Real Simple and In Style.
What is your go-to, must have tool?
My Silhouette Cameo
If you had an extra half hour in the day, what would you do?
Catch up on my dvr’d shows!
When did you start papercrafting and how did it come about?
In 1998 after attending a Creative Memories party
At which store would you like to max out your credit card?
Choose a favourite movie title for the story of your life.
If you could have one super power, which would you choose?
To be invisible