About Me

About Me – My mission is to help you create to share!

Welcome to my website!  My mission is to help you create cards, scrapbook pages and gifts to share with your family and friends.  I’ll do this by sharing my creative experiences with you!

Throughout my life, I’ve always enjoyed a variety of crafts and hobbies such as sewing, knitting, crocheting, photography, scrapbooking and card making so it was a natural progression for me to become an Independent Stampin’ Up! demonstrator when approached with the opportunity by a special high school friend!

Since becoming a member of her downline in 2007, we’ve shared an amazing journey, spent many hours stamping together and supporting each other while introducing stamping to many of my friends and, in turn, their friends.

I hope you’ll visit here often as I’ll be sharing special projects, crafting tips and Stampin’ Up! news while inspiring you to create beautiful things!

Please contact me at [email protected] if you have questions about becoming a Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator, Stampin’ Up! products or the projects on my site.

If you live in the Spruce Grove area, I would be pleased to meet with you to show you some of my projects or prepare a stamping workshop for you and your friends.






  1. Marilyn Wagner (Post author)

    Hi, Marilyn! Thank you so much for your kind comments about my cards! I love sharing them and it’s great to see that they’re reaching others from so far away from Canada!

    Yes, I do have a newsletter that you can subscribe to by going to my website http://www.stampingcreationswithmarilyn.com. Once you’ve brought that page up in your browser, you will see a “pop-up” screen shortly and can fill in the blanks! Correspondence will be sent your way shortly after that.

    Take care and stay warm – very cold here today – it’s -20C!!

    (I agree with you, all the nice girls are named “Marilyn” – LOL!)

  2. marilyn needham

    Hi Marilyn, I have just seen a couple of your amazing cards on line while surfing, they were the ones that you have stamped over three heights of card without breaking up the design, also do you have a newsletter please? Cheers and thankyou, Marilyn in the UK. PS All the nice girls are called Marilyn.

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