An avid stamper, Jennifer McGuire has been sharing her card and scrapbook creations in countless publications and online since 2002. Notably, her work has been showcased in two special issues from Creating Keepsakes magazine: 101 Things to Do with Your Scrapbook Supplies (2007) and 101 Creative Ways to Use Your Scrapook Supplies (2010). Most recently, her endeavors include sharing technique videos and inspiring stampers through Online Card Classes, which she co-founded with her dear friend Kristina Werner, and serving as Education Director for Hero Arts. Thanks to the high-energy classes Jennifer teaches both in-person and online, thousands of stampers all over the world have come to love stamping and cardmaking. Jennifer is both Copic and Ranger certified, which helps her take her students’ creativity to the next level.
You can currently find Jennifer’s work at Online Card Classes; at the Hero Arts blog and website and in their catalog; in Paper Crafts magazine, where she was a contributing editor (Go-To Gal); and, of course, at her own blog, Jennifer McGuire Ink. Jennifer resides in Cincinnati with her husband Ken, stepdaughter Audrey, son Colin, and daughter Lila. Her stepdaughter Kay attends college in Texas.
What I do/did
- Hero Arts
Honored to be on this wonderful design team.
- Creating Keepsakes Magazine
My retired monthly tool/technique article.
- 2Peas Garden Girl
I have retired from the Garden Girl team, but do guest spots.
- My Books
Lots of awesome gals in these!
- Autumn Leaves
Some fun idea books from back in the day.
- Hero Arts Artist Blog
Another great place for inspiration.
- Online Card Classes
I participate in affiliate programs for Two Peas in a Bucket, Simon Says Stamp, Amazon, Kiwi Crate, Amazon, My Favorite Things, Ellen Hutson, Studio Calico and more. That means I receive a commission when products are purchased through links here at this blog. (At NO additional cost to you.)
Please know I will never share or even review a product that I would not personally recommend or that I do not personally like. I do not work for any of the companies I talk about (with the exception of Hero Arts for who I do consulting with).
Occasionally I receive free product to work with. However, I never will share a product I do not like. What I use on my blog is what I truly like, regardless of how I obtained it. I buy most of my own supplies.
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