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May 4, 2010

Jerri of A Touch of Grace!

Jerri is an up and coming parcher, sharing her learning journey at her blog here.

For us in the US, where finding supplies can be difficult, finding Jerri and adding her site on my sidebar is a double blessing, as she also has a store and sells the Pergamano line.

So, let’s all give Jerri a big parchy welcome!

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5 Comments
  1. May 4, 2010 12:25 pm

    Awesome blog and beautifully put together. Such a blessing to find someone here in the states who takes us through her journey in the parching world. I had added her to my blog links awhile ago and have enjoyed browsing her site with great pleasure…..and I’ve learned a lot along the way!!!!!

  2. May 4, 2010 11:58 pm

    Thank you so much Chiara, I first discovered parchment craft about five years ago on vacation and bought a few supplies. You can imagine my surprise when I got home and discovered the directions did not teach parchment craft, merely gave the instructions for the patterns . . . LOL! I put everything away until last year. I taught a water color class at CHA in Anaheim, California in 2009, where I came across it again. At the time I was designing for a stamp company, I left the company a few months later and decided to go out on my own with a small store. I knew I wanted to sell hard to find items not readily available in local scrapbook stores, such as the stencils and Pergamano. I started working with the parchment two months ago and thought it would be fun to share my journey via my blog so that my viewers could follow along, watch my progress and join in (hopefull). Like most girls here in the States, I’m teaching myself, as I have with everything to date, including stamping, drawing, designing. I’m having a blast and can’t wait to see where my journey takes me!

    • cepet permalink
      May 5, 2010 11:05 pm

      Jerri, I’m keeping an eye on your blog with interest. Can’t wait to see the next projects when you get back.

  3. May 5, 2010 8:28 pm

    Wow! Very interesting techniques and beautiful cards. The closeup photos and detailed descriptions are great too.

    • cepet permalink
      May 5, 2010 11:07 pm

      Hi Robyn! Glad you stopped by. Lovely website you have, I’ll have to add you to my sidebar!

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