My Story

HELLO & WELCOME!

My name is Jean Fitch and I live and work in a beautiful area of Southern Oregon. Living in a rural area  provides lots of inspiration from nature and from other artists in my area.  In 2006 I started my new life in Oregon as a fiber artist working primarily as a spinner and weaver who also knits and teaches workshops on tapping into creativity.

Now through my affiliation with Stampin’Up! I have added card making and scrapbooking to my fiber art collection of crafts. With a background in color and design I’d love to show you how to bring out your inner artist. Whether you prefer to work from a pattern or would like to experiment with your own designs Stampin’ Up! has the product line to support your creative endeavors.

And with our Angel Policy's generous terms you can sell your designs in many venues (contact me for a copy of the current Angel Policy).
 
Stampin’Up! Offers many design styles to suit every occasion and artistic temperament. Add your own spin and create amazing pieces of personal art.

Best of all your family and friends will appreciate your personal creations made with them in mind.  For me, helping someone create that perfect project for a special occasion is the best feeling in the world.  After all, creating cards, scrapbook pages, and gift items is about more than just stamps and ink—it’s about sharing a part of yourself with the people you love.

Being a Stampin’ Up! demonstrator has been so rewarding. Not only do I get to be creative every day, I also get to be a creative coach, offering fresh project ideas and encouragement to customers and friends.

 

Other Inspirational resources I offer:

Pinterest Boards with links to inspiring Stampin' Up designs from around the web, tips and techniques.  A Stampin' Up newsletter that will keep you up to date on current promotions (click the newsletter link on the home page of this site to request a copy).
http://www.pinterest.com/jlfstudio/

My Blog: Rogue Thoughts....Jean's Stamping Studio in the Rogue Valley  - Reviews, links to inspiration and tips for best use of your stamping tools and of course stamping projects created by me and my Stampin' Up friends.
Http://jlfstudio.wordpress.com

Design critique and help for your projects.   More detailed help is available to my recruits to help them prepare for their own Stampin' Up! events.

If you live in the area I also offer Open Studio Days.

Open Studio Days are drop in days. Bring a lunch and bring any unfinished projects you would like to work on. Or if you would like to just play with a Big Shot or make a few projects, you missed from stamp camp (depending on kits and materials available that day) or would like to use some stamps you might be considering buying.  A selection of materials will always be available for you to work with.


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Please Note:  

Comments or questions regarding the content of classes, services or products offered on this DBWS should be addressed with me, an Independent Demonstrator of Stampin’ Up!. All offerings outlined on this site may not be supported directly by Stampin’ Up!