Monday, April 21, 2014

April Special Guest Star, Melissa Phillips!

1 of 2 posts today.  For the Introduction to Special Guest Star, Jocelyn Olson CLICK HERE.

Melissa Phillips is well known among paper crafters the world over for good reason: she's a delightful lady making our world brighter and prettier one project at a time!  Everything she creates exudes a sense of sweetness, authenticity and charm.  Her work is heartfelt and heartwarming which is surely a reflection of Melissa's kind and generous soul.  We here at w&w have been fans of Melissa for years and years and are so entirely besides ourselves to have her be one of our Special Guest Stars this month. 



Melissa was born and raised in American Fork, UT. After graduating from Brigham Young University, she and her husband moved to Southern Nevada where they currently live with their little girl.

After the birth of her daughter, Melissa wanted to make handmade Thank You notes to send out and became hooked immediately on card making. It all spiraled from there and has become a wonderful and rewarding part of Melissa’s life.

“I love creating things for other people, and I enjoy the process of working with my hands to turn ordinary paper into something heartfelt. My loves are card making and altering anything that sparks my interest. I enjoy every minute of it and I love to share my creations with those I love.”


Look for Melissa's stunning projects tomorrow and Thursday!


  1. Not only is Melissa a Card star...she is an Angel of sweetness! I can't wait to see her work with WINNIE AND WALTER:)

  2. Melissa, I know just what you mean when you say "hooked." =] I'm really looking forward to seeing more of your cards!

  3. Can't wait to see Melissa's inspiration!

  4. ALWAYS enjoy seeing Melissa's creations! She DEFINATELY DOES leave you with warmth when she creates! :) (((((HUGS Melissa!))))) :)

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  6. Melissa Phillips is a highly creative individual who is well-known in the paper crafting community worldwide. Her delightful and heartwarming projects have brought joy to many and she is a cherished Special Guest Star at w&w. I am curious to see Melissa's work. By the way, if anyone here is related to education, I recently achieved a higher position in my exam and I received help with engineering assignment from an academy that I am very satisfied with.

  7. We're thrilled to welcome Melissa Phillips as our April Special Guest Star, renowned for her heartfelt creations that infuse sweetness and charm into the world of paper crafting. Stay tuned for her stunning projects coming soon! Recently, I have heard that students ask others to "engineering assignment help" from experts. It led me to doubt the ethical and educational consequences of these approaches. What do you think about it?


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