I am happy to re-introduce you to KPS Design Team member Candy Rosenberg. Candy is one of the original DT members and a personal driving force for me and this blog. She's always nagging me - ok, not nagging - gently reminding me to do my updates!
Getting to know: Candy Rosenberg
How long have you been scrapbooking? Actual scrapbooking has now been 4 years. I have been paper crafting since I was born, my mom says that I was born with scissors in my hand. That must have hurt!
Why did you get started? My dear friend, Debbie was working on her sons scout scrapbooks, and I would watch what she was doing. I did not get interested in it at first until my own son was getting ready to Eagle in the scout troop. Let's just say the rest is history.
What is your favorite scrapbooking tool? My honeybee scissors for sure. A pair a scissors and some glue and I can rule the world.
Who do you scrapbook about most? Events and everyday stuff, like gas prices.
If you were on a reality tv show, which one would it be and why? It would most definetly be "The Apprentice", I would so whoop butt on that show.
What is your beverage of choice while scrapbooking? I am usually too involved in what I am doing to worry about drinking anything. But if I think about it is usually a diet Dr. Pepper.
What is the most fun place you've ever traveled to, and why was it your fave? I traveled a lot when I was young but not much since. I like to travel to the ocean as much as possible and look forward to hitting the CHA show in Orlando, Florida in July!
What was your favorite childhood food? My moms goulash! Mashed tatos, hamburger and corn all mixed together.
What is the best concert you've ever been to? This is an interesting question considering in "my day" I attended over 200 concerts. The one that sticks out the most was for a band I did not even listen to; not even my style. I was dragged along and it was the best concert I had ever gone to. It was the Grateful Dead in 1991. OMG, OMG, OMG, hanging out in the parking lot was more fun that going into the concert. Especially when I was used to coming out of rock concerts beat up and bloody. The concert was so mellow and cool. Such an awesome experience hanging out with Dead Heads and I got to go backstage plus sit on the stack of speakers on the stage!
What is the craziest thing you've ever done? Uhmmmm, can’t tell. Plus I would be here all day writing as it is a very long story!
Check out more of Candy's work at: https://www.candyscraps.typepad.com/