Truly, we live in a great big, wonderful world. There’s no such thing as ordinary, is there? Pour yourself a simple cup of tea and watch the steam curl upwards. Open the door and smell the wind, feel the way it blows your hair across your face. Hesitate for just a minute to enjoy the
Sharyn Sowell’s talents include calligraphy, watercolor, cut paper, paper crafts, photography and letterpress printing as well as computer skills.
Sharyn is an author and teacher. She teaches worldwide which gives her the opportunity to meet and share her expertise with a wide range of people, while getting inspiration for her own work from around the globe.
A proven professional with a long track record, Sharyn designs for diverse companies like Midwest CBK, Sunrise Greetings and York Wallcoverings. She’s designed Mrs. Grossman’s laser cut stickers, Paper House Productions craft supplies, textiles for Henry Glass, dies for Spellbinders and rubber stamps for Clearsnap. Sharyn’s original art can be seen in the British National Portrait Gallery, Children’s Hospital Los Angeles and the Orlando Waldorf Astoria. Her covers for Amazon’s Kindle have sold over 2.25 million units and she was twice awarded the Louie Award, the Oscar of the greeting card industry.
Hi, I’m Sharyn Sowell, sharing my new holiday die cuts. Home made is the essence of holiday joy, right? My inspiration for these dies was my own holiday strategy: slow down and make it simple and authentic. I embrace the happy memory-making creativity and refuse the myth of the superwoman perfectionist. I designed these dies
Hi, I’m Sharyn Sowell, back again to introduce a new collection of dies for Spellbinders. Every one of my dies is an exact reproduction of what I do by cutting paper freehand with a pair of ordinary scissors. It’s kind of like sketching with scissors instead of a pen. But you get the same results
Looking for a special gift to give this Mother’s Day or have a special birthday coming up that you want to give the perfect gift. Join me Sharyn Sowell as I show you how to make a pretty gift box, your loved ones would be so excited to get.
Let’s face it. You’re busy. I’m busy. In an ideal world, we’d have hours to craft all day but this is real life and sometimes what we need is crafting in a pinch. So let’s make something ultra fast to celebrate spring! I used the Baby’s Garden die from my Little Loves collection. Since I wanted
A teeny tiny box is the perfect way to show off little things. In this case, a silhouette portrait of a pair of darling children. This is a very simple project that just takes a bit of patience, so relax with a friend and let’s craft together! You’ll be using the Tiny Shadow Box die