Margie Higuchi

Margie enjoys different types and styles of paper crafting from creating scrapbook pages to making cards to dabbling in mix media! She considers herself lucky to have been a product designer for a line of chipboard products, a design team member on many craft manufacturer and scrapbook retailer teams, written articles and published artwork in several online and print magazines in the U.S. and overseas as well as on TV. For many years, she has taught different types of paper crafting classes at home, local scrapbooking stores, consumer shows and retreats…even in Japanese!

Margie loves to create with her VAST collection of Spellbinders® products! She enjoys teaching others how to use them in many different ways = SO FUN when they have that light bulb moment :)

Residing in the northwestern suburbs of Chicago with her husband and their two boys, they put up with her crazy schedules and supplies of paper crafting! Whatever spare time she has in between, she enjoys reading and traveling.

Conquer the World Graduation Page

With (Inter)National Scrapbook Day just around the corner (like this weekend!), I thought I would start the week with a scrapbook page. It’s of my son’s high school graduation a few years back…yes, I’m trying to catch up! LOL! Featuring SR-061 Globe Trotter Contour™ Steel Rule Die as inspiration, I came up with this… I

Mixing and Matching Collection with Be Brave Card

Challenge your creative mind to mix and match different collections to make a project like I did with Debi Adams’ Quite Contrary and Wild & Free Collections. I used her Fearless Stamp and Die Set and Tribal Borders to create this masculine card…what do you think? Hover over the image and see what products I used. Let me show

Creating a Flourish Frame Pocket Wedding Card

Love a wedding, don’t you? Using S6-052 Flourish Frame Pocket Etched Dies from the Amazing Paper Grace Collection by Becca Feeken, I was able to create this wonderful 6 x 6″ wedding card. Hover over the image to see what products I used for this project.   Let’s get started! I cut the following pieces (in order