Amanda Zampelli //   

Amanda is a graphic designer + lifestyle blogger from Queens, New York. She has been a classroom teacher, product designer, and social media marketer in the past, but is most currently on her own trying to propel herself into the next phase of her career. So far it's materialized into a bunch of grand experiment-
ing including this podcast, free printables for your planner, and an online memory keeping class

Find out more about Amanda + her projects on her website, or by following her Instagram, twitter, Pinterest, & YouTube accounts.

You can listen to Amanda's detailed account of her creative journey thus far in podcast EP. 02.

KRISTIN TWEEDALE // 

Kristin is a feminist scrapbooker living in East Lansing, Michigan -- but missing the hell out of her North NJ roots (especially pizza). She is rukristin: Feminist Scrapbooker and the founding lady of The Awesome Ladies Project, where you can find projects like the Book of Me workshop, and her first book: 100 Days of All About Me. She believes that empowering women to tell their own stories is the reason that she was put on this Earth. 

Find out more about Kristin + her projects on her website, or by following her Instagram, twitter, Pinterest, & YouTube accounts.

You can listen to Kristin's detailed account of her creative journey thus far in podcast EP. 03.

CRAFTY ASS HOSTS

Amanda + Kristin met at a scrappy book-making workshop in NYC that they both attended in June 2012. Since then (and thanks to social media) they've been following along w/ each other's creative journey, both personally & professionally. 

In the Summer of 2017, K reached out to A in the sweetest way imaginable & the idea to start a podcast was born - a podcast meant to explore what it means to be a crafty ass female in the world today, and encourage, support, + cheer on each one of you that identify as such. 

No big company backing. No fancy equipment. No specialized team of talent. Just two crafty 'every girls' wanting to ignite creative conver-sations & remind listeners (and themselves) that it's okay to not have it all figured out. HOLLA!