Sue’s Creative Workshop a little DIY, a little humor, a little life and a little bit me.

Hi, I’m Sue.

I am a Midwest, married mother of three great kids.  I have three adorable grandsons that are the objects of my attention and the subjects in a lot of my scrapbooking.

I am a DIY, Paper Crafting, Picture Taking, Creative Kind of Gal.  (also kind of an organizing nut)  I love to find good junk to re-purpose into great treasures.

I have an eclectic style.  I like clean and simple, shabby, vintage and at times I like to get completely messy.  I get a great deal of satisfaction out of creating for myself and others.

Sit back and enjoy.  You never know what I’ll come up with.

Still Curious?  You might enjoy a post I wrote awhile back called:
10 Things you may or may not know about me.

4 thoughts on “About

  1. Linda Hancock says:

    Saw an article about how you use broken dishes, etc in stepping stones and it mentioned you use a quick setting grout. What kind do you use? Thx – Linda

    • seldred2 says:

      I used a quick setting cement for my stepping stones. I picked it up at Menards. It’s a little more expensive than the regular cement. It seems to mix and work a little better. At least for me and my project. It was called Rapid Set Concrete Mix. I hope this helps.

  2. Sharon Hudson says:

    Looking at your wooden slice snowmen. I don’t sew so I was wondering if you could tell me how much cloth I will need for the cap and scarf?

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