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Designer Spotlight .... Marion

It is an honor to have today's Designer Spotlight be the one and only ....Marion Emberson.

Marion is known the WOW! Guru. Marion has been working with WOW! for over 8 years now and not only does she designs for them, she teaches for them also which makes her the expert of all things WOW!!!

Marion would like to descrbe her style as very simple, and LOVES white space however she is the best for techniques, tips and thinking outside the sqaure when it comes to our products!! 

Below is a series of questions and also some of our favourite creations that Marion has done along with the links fo you to go visit her projects.
What is your favourite thing about crafting?

Experimenting, coming up with new techniques.

If you could chose to do anything to do for the day, what would it be?
Go to Borneo and spend time with the orphan orangutans 

Is there anything you wished would come back into fashion?
Basic Grey, it didn’t so much go out of fashion as just went 

What song would you say best sums you up?

What is your favourite book to read?
The Naked Ape

Aside from necessities, what one thing could you not go a day without?
Any medium in shades of teal. 

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  1. I agree with you about teal Marion as it is a favourite of mine too, and three fabulous makes on show, all beautiful and all so different, variety is definitely the spice of life. x

  2. Marion that song definitely fits you perfectly!!!!


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