Thanks for Sharing...

by Amy Luciano
(Las Piñas City, Philippines)

With my husband Ike & son, Ian

With my husband Ike & son, Ian

Hi Susan!

I am Amy Luciano from the Philippines. Just recently I got so interested in "paper". I loved cross-stitching and embroidery before but now I am so in love with paper. Maybe because it also inspires me to help my son in his school projects. I have only one child. A thirteen year old son who supports my love for crafts but has very little art in him.

My husband is an Aircraft Engineer who works in Sharjah (United Arab Emirates). He's out of the country most of the time and when my son is in school, it gets quite lonely being alone. I visit websites to check on new projects and tips.

Here in the Philippines, most schools require reports and projects to be decorated. There are different kinds of paper and tools available but the ones I see in the internet seems to be better and more functional.

A few years back I was in Dubai, I brought my cross-stitch projects with me. Last year, we visited my husband stationed at Nagoya, Japan and there I was fascinated with origami.

I discovered your website a few weeks ago and I thought it was really exciting. And you know, your website is "fun". You seem to present your ideas very clearly and easy to make. As I go along, its hard to stop.

Thank you for your sharing heart. It makes new crafters inspired. You make life easier for us and so much happier.

God bless you and hope you get back in shape as the New Year starts...

Best regards to you and your family,
Amy Luciano


Dear Amy,

Thank you so much for taking the time to write to me and tell me how much you enjoy PaperCraftCentral. You touched my heart! It's lovely to hear that the projects inspire and excite you :)

I enjoyed your photos too and would love to see any scrapbook pages you might make with them.

It sounds like your son's school books will look lovely too if you are decorating them with some of the ideas here. That's wonderful!

I do have plans for more projects so will add some more soon.

Happy New Year! Happy Paper Crafting!


PS: You may also enjoy the following projects:

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Jan 08, 2010
Welcome Amy.
by: Anonymous

Hello Amy and welcome.

Feel free to check out our Artist Trading Card blog if you like to play with papers and have time to spend crafting.

You can get to meet other crafty people, if you have a blog set up pop over and leave a link I will come visit you.

Warm Wishes.


Amy, I am pretty sure this message is from my crafting friend Chriss. She forgot to put her blog address in! Lol! Here it is:

I hope you would like to join in making ATCs with us :)

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