Lisa Sanford had been an avid scrapbooker since 1999, completing over 70 albums. Lisa, the mother of five children and one grandchild and travels the country teaching her signature style of scrapbooking, “Ethnic Scrapbooking”. Author of said book that was released September 2007.
She regularly teaches at local stores, conventions and crops and consults with manufacturers on the development and promotion of multi-cultural scrapbooking products. Lisa brings a new perspective to the scrapbooking world by sharing with people how to add cultural flair to their layouts and albums regardless of their race, ethnicity, or nationality.
She has multiple publications to her credit, including articles, stories and interviews. Lisa was also a contributor to Chicken Soup for the Scrapbooker’s Soul and a guest on DIY TV Scrapbooking. You can read Lisa’s most recent articles at www.scrapsofcolor.com where she is a contributing editor. Her design work appears at trade shows and her photography graces product packaging and book jackets.
Lisa is always seeking out opportunities to educate herself and her children about their heritage and other cultures that intersect their daily lives.
“I believe that one of the ways to instill curiosity into the minds of our children is to constantly expose them to the world around them and abroad, to help them understand the majesty of God and his creations. I whole-heartedly believe that by embracing other cultures, we can build a bridge of understanding that will help us to love one another as we are commanded to do.”
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