Meghann Andrew

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Meghann Andrew is a wife, mother and 30-something living outside of Houston, Texas. She loves to workout and get creative, not only with pretty paper and embellishment, but in the kitchen, too. She loves traveling everywhere with her family, but mountains are her happy place. Meghann also serves as the Elle’s Studio design team coordinator, a member of the We R Memory Keepers 2020 design team and an educator at select Crop & Create events.

Where is the first place you look for inspiration?

I look to my Instagram feed first! I only follow papercrafting and home decor accounts that TRULY inspire me, so that when I have a minute to look through my feed. I know I will see something that sparks my desire to sit down and create.

What is your go-to, must have tool?

It’s not a physical tool, but a software tool! I use Adobe Photoshop Elements daily to add journaling to my pages, edit my photos for layouts, as well as my layout photos. I couldn’t live without this important piece of software!

If you had an extra half hour in the day, what would you do?

If I had 30 minutes all to myself, without laundry or dishes to do, I would sit and read a book! It happens rarely, and I usually stay up way too late to get in just a few more pages.

When did you start papercrafting and how did it come about?

I started paper crafting by attending Stampin’ Up! workshops with my mom when I was a teenager. I still love stamping and making cards. I created my first scrapbook about my senior year in high school when I was 18, complete with shaped photos and all of the stickers. Then, a few years later in 2008.1 decided to create a mini album about our honeymoon in Italy and that was that. I was hooked on scrapbooking, and have been doing it ever since.

At which store would you like to max out your credit card?

I would probably max out my credit card at a home store, like Pottery Barn, Crate and Barrel or Home Goods. I love browsing for new pieces for our home, and since my background is in interior design, it’s kind of my “thing.”