Friday, 4 February 2011


January flew away featuring four amazing artists with different crafting passions. Today Sharon Wheet will thrill us with her elegant creations that are so inspiring. Please help me welcome her :)

Name : Sharon Wheet

Don't you want to know who created these beautiful cards?!

1. When did you start cardmaking?

I started making cards 5 years ago. One of my girlfriends actually introduced me to card making. I originally started my paper crafting doing scrapbooking.
2. From where do you draw your inspiration?
I get my inspiration from various sources. But in the last several months, I have found the Pottery Barn catalog as a great source of inspiration.

3. What are your favorite companies?
The companies I love the most: Stampin' Up!, Cosmo Cricket, Basic Grey, My Mind's Eye, and Paper Trey Ink.
4. What are the 5 top tools in your crafting space?
I have a Big Shot, a good quality table top paper cutter, a scor pal, heat gun, and good quality punches.
5. How long does it take you to make a card that you are happy with?
It typically takes me about an hour to create a card. However, there are times when it takes closer to 2 hours. Sometimes, you just can get the right stamp, the right ribbon, or the right embellishments. Sometimes, you just need to 'play' with what you have and tweak it a bit.
6. What do you do with the cards that you make?
Right now, I keep my cards. I put them in a 3-ring binder. However, I am working on opening a virtual shop, where I plan to start selling my cards and other paper crafts.
7. Do you post your cards in a blog, gallery, forum?
I post my cards on my blog ( and a gallery on Split Coast Stampers (gallery: swheet)
8. Are you currently designing for any blog?
I am a new design team member for Our Creative Corner blog 

Thanks dear Sharon for sharing with us and thank you for reading this post. You can enjoy viewing more of her creations in her blog. See you all soon!!!!


Sabrina said...

Oh wow!! What a beautiful creations!! I adore that light blue and white card!!

Mannayah said...

I have to say I was very pleased looking at the cards .. such a nice thing to look at in this windy unpleasant weather :S
I particularly love the second card .. couldn't tell was it a stamped image or patterned paper .. TFS Sharon
and thanks Noor

Patrice Herrera said...

You are right Noor, Sharon's cards are stunning! He lines are crisp and clean.

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