When Nancy bought her first Hero Arts stamp, she was so intrigued with this new art medium that she began collecting a treasure trove of stamps and supplies that continues to grow.
Her stamping experience also grew to encompass stamping from all angles, from working in a retail store helping customers choose stamps and supplies to teaching classes for children and adults. Experience acquired from many art classes and seminars helped Nancy develop techniques and card designs for stampers with all ranges of experience.
Besides designing cards and projects for the Hero Arts catalog and website, Nancy also developed the Studio Workshop program and has taught trade show classes and merchandising workshops for retail store owners.
She also created the "Press A Frame," which creates an embossed image on paper without the use of a light box or brass stencil and was awarded a US Patent.
Nancy's projects and articles have appeared in many publications, including The Rubber Stamper, The Stampers' Sampler, Crafts Magazine and Creating Keepsakes.
"Working with Hero Arts is like a kaleidoscope of ideas constantly enhancing my life with excitement and creativity," says Taylor. "I love the possibilities."
Gaining inspiration through the eyes of her grandchildren, Nancy enjoys spending time at the beach appreciating the natural elements so often missed in a busy life.