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About Terri Burson

Terri BursonTerri Burson is a native New Yorker who has spent most of her adult life as a Southern girl, thanks to her retired military parents. She studied Broadcast Journalism in college where she met her future musician husband. Both are vocally and musically trained, and including their 16 year old son, play seven different instruments between them. Most days, you’ll find Terri working for an agency that serves children with disabilities and serving as her church pianist.

When it comes to crafting, she’s a night owl and loves burning the midnight oil, letting glitter and glue fly! Terri is a graphic designer and design team member for So Suzy Stamps and has served on numerous design teams including May Arts Ribbon, Two Paper Divas, Coffee Loving Cardmakers, Graciellie Design, Adornit It Girl, and does affiliate work for various companies in the craft industry. She also served as the Guest Blogger and Show Photographer for the inaugural CHA Paper Arts Trade Show in Atlanta, GA in 2014.

You can find Terri at her blog: Waving My Wand.

Celebrate World Ocean Day

Today is World Ocean Day and I simply could not pass up the opportunity to create a fun, colorful card to honor the occasion.  I’ve traveled various parts of the world and been up close and personal with many amazing … Continue reading

Upcycled Heat Embossed Coasters

Today’s project features upcycled heat embossed coasters. I’ve had this idea for awhile and finally visited some thrift stores. looking for something I could use.  Bingo!  I found just what I needed on my first stop.  Terri here, with a … Continue reading

Mother’s Day and Homemade Glitter Glue

Mothers are the inventors of ingenuity and creativity when it comes to pulling a rabbit out of a hat.   Whether it’s molding cardboard for that last minute science project at school, or turning ten dollars worth of groceries into a … Continue reading

Monochrome CAS Card Featuring Adhesive Sheets

I don’t know about you but sometimes I need a quick card at the last minute.  This monochrome CAS card fits the bill.  What is CAS?  It means clean and simple with minimal layers and minimal embellishments.  The best part?  … Continue reading

Customized Travelers Notebook Cover

Travelers notebooks are a great way to document life moments in a convenient diary-style format.  Although this journal cover is designed to chronicle my teenager’s culinary adventures, the theme works perfectly for documenting your own food travels, weight loss journey … Continue reading

Easter Card Featuring Foil and Personalizing Tips

Did you know the Easter egg has special meaning?  Although Easter eggs are especially fun for children, egg hunts and Easter baskets, it also represents the Resurrection of Christ. Hello, Terri here, with an Easter Egg card that features foil, … Continue reading

Eclipse Cards Duet and Tutorial

Eclipse cards are all the rage right now and I’ve been itching to try this technique.  What is an eclipse card?  It’s a card with a hidden word, which appears to seamlessly blend within stamped or patterned paper.  Hello, Terri … Continue reading

Night and Day Fairy Spinner Card

Spinner cards are a favorite of mine.  They’re fun, easy to make and mesmerizing!   Hello, Terri here, with creative tips for making this colorful spinner card that sparkles and shines!   Details on the Spinner Card To bring these colorful … Continue reading

Making Planner Borders with Scrap Paper

Most of us are over-run with scrap papers, right? Hello, Terri here, to show you a fun and easy way to make use of your scrap paper pile and decorate your planner at the same time, using tools you probably … Continue reading

Mini Paper Coffee Cup Treats with Bonus Card and Tag

Aren’t these coffee cup treats adorable?! They’re sized to fit K-cups or sweet treats. Hello, Terri Burson, here today, sharing these fun, mini paper coffee cups. Let me show you how. Brewing Up Some Coffee Cup Treats After cutting my paper cups with an … Continue reading