Hi!  My name is Stephanie Nash and I have been scrapbooking, stamping and paper crafting for about 16 years now.  I love every minute of it and cannot imagine my life without it. 

There is absolutely nothing more therapeutic than letting your creative juices flow; and, when you have a stamp in your hand and a blank piece of card stock in front of you, you never know what you'll create.

I am originally from Brampton, where I lived until my early adult years.  My husband, Trevor, and I are "high school sweethearts" and have been together 24 years, married for the last 17 of those.  Together, we have Twingles.  Yes, I really said Twingles.  To us parents of multiples, that means twins + a singleton (1 baby).  In other words, we have three children.  Kaia & Brodie, the twins, are 15; and Piper is 10.

We currently live in Mount Hope, Ontario...a small outskirt of Hamilton.

My passion for paper crafting started with scrapbooking and transitioned to stamping when a friend invited me to my first Stampin' Up! party.  I went in thinking there was no way I'd enjoy stamping but I'd go just to support her; and, boy was I wrong!  I continued to scrapbook and stamp for several years despite being offered the opportunity to join this amazing company.  Finally, 9 years ago, I said yes and I have never been happier.  My only regret is that I'd done so sooner.

I love to share my passion with others and coach them to embrace their creative side.  I run classes, workshops and events as well as manage online classes and parties.  My team, Shut Up & Stamp, adds additional joy to my life as we learn and grow from one another.  My team consists of those who would like to earn the discount with Stampin' Up! as well as those looking to pay off bills, contribute to the household income and expenses, earn the Stampin' Up! incentive trip, or make it a full-time career. (Click HERE to learn more about joining my team)

I hope you'll become a part of my community, because you, my customers are at the heart of everything I do.

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