I'm delighted to bring you another episode of the Adventures in Arting Podcast!
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Today's guest is May Flaum.
When it comes to crafting May Flaum has one rule: it’s gotta make her happy. She’s not afraid to get super grungy or work with bright colors, dabble in lace and doilies then make something more splattered and wild. If she’s not in her studio (aka ‘the bat cave’) then she’s probably out running around having fun with her family or cooking up a storm. May has been working in the scrapbooking industry for a decade and currently blogs [www.mayflaum.com] her crafty adventures, teaches on-line classes, and works with amazing companies sharing her projects and ideas. If she has one piece of advice to share, it’s always to be true to your creative heart.
You can find May's most recent e-book, "Fashionably Fast" here.
On today's podcast we discuss May's long and very interesting career in the scrapbook industry. The theme of being true to yourself -- both creatively and in your career path -- is strong throughout this episode. I found it to be a very inspiring conversation and I hope you will too! (And here is the link to May's creative journey, as promised on the podcast.)
P.S. I forgot to announce the winner of the ICE Resin giveaway!