Welcome our new designers!


We’re thrilled to have some new designers join our team – keep an eye on our blog this month to see what they create with Smoothfoam!

Sue Eldred
 is a freelance designer in the craft industry, specializing in papercrafting, altered arts and scrapbooking.

She loves teaching and working with new products. She has also been intrigued by nostalgia and old pictures for as long as she can remember…once she bought a crate of old pictures at a garage sale and spent hours looking them over, piecing together a family tree other than her own. Sue has lots of great photos hanging in her home of people she has never met!






Anita Scroggins
 is a self-proclaimed “rabid” scrapbooker who loves to make layouts and mini-albums, and she dabbles in altered projects from time to time.

Her scrapbooking addiction started a few years ago when she decided to make a small album about a Disney World trip…a whole lot of money and a custom-built studio later, here she is. Anita loves the time she spend with friends, creating together. Her style changes a little here and there, but she’s not a fan of “less is more.” In her words, “less is less and more is best, and white space is my enemy.”



Michelle Frae Cummings is a mixed-media artist, instructor and writer.
 She studied painting, drawing and fashion design in college and has taught at local scrapbook stores. She sells her art locally and online.

Michelle’s passion is color – and as long as she’s painting, sewing or gardening with color, she’s content. She uses color to express her dreams and inspirations.  
She believes creating is both therapeutic and energizing…her mind is in constant motion, dreaming up new ideas, trying new things, making art and telling everyone about it!



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About Lisa Fulmer

I am an avid artist, a chronic crafter, and a marvelous marketeer! I work in the craft industry as a marketing consultant, designer, demonstrator and webcaster...all of which happily feeds my right brain and makes my left brain hurt a little bit.

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