Wednesday, April 3, 2013

Here is our amazing guest designer for April

Lilith Eeckels is joining us for the month of April and we couldn't be happier!  She is a design powerhouse and we are thrilled that she's shared her talents with Chic Tags.  Here's a little about Lilith.

Hi. I'm Lilith. I was born in Leuven, Belgium on 26th January 1979. As a child I grew up in South Africa and my parents moved back to Europe when I was a teenager and settled in the Grand Duchy of Luxemburg. I now live in the South of Belgium in the Ardennes. I am a mother to four marvellous but mischievous boys (Damien, Noé (9), Robin (6) and Elouan (3)) and have been married to the most wonderful man for 13 years. I'm a  foreign language teacher. I teach Dutch and English to French speaking students and I LOVE it. Besides my passion for languages and teaching, there is also music, photography and on the top of my list SCRAPBOOKING. I started just after getting married as I wanted to make a wedding album. I really got hooked when my two eldest boys were born in 2003 and I haven't stopped since. It helps me unwind from my hectic days being a mum and teaching teenagers. Scrapbooking has made me realise that I can be creative and I love documenting my family's life. It has made me become more confident and willing to have a go. 
I am beyond thrilled to be able to guest design for Chic Tags. I love all the products but have a crush on Love Note collection. I just adore the red aqua colour combination! I wanted to thank Veronica for asking me to guest design. I had so much fun creating my projects with her amazing products. 

She created some amazing projects for us using Chic Tags. Get ready to be wowed.

I told you, amazing right?? Thank you so much, Lilith, for inspiring us with your gorgeous work.  Want to see more of Lilith's work (you KNOW you do)? You can visit her here:


Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

Lilith is AMAZING!!!! I loveeeeeeeee her creations! GORGEOUS!!!

Sherri said...

Lilith, I'm so glad we get to show you off this month, your work is truly inspiring.