Hey! My name is Vicki Parsons, an independent Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator and I’m so glad you’re checking out my page!
A little about me…


I am a wife to the love of my life, Roger.  We met and married seven months later.  That was in 1989! He still makes my heart flutter!  Our son and his wife and daughter live in England.  We love to visit them and go on fabulous adventures but miss them like crazy.  Our daughter and her husband and our grandson and granddaughter live about 15 minutes from us in Georgia.  We love spending time with our family.  All three of my grandchildren love making cards with their Kiki! I also have two chihuahua’s that are more like our children than pets.

Vicki and pets

I am passionate about my family and my relationship with the Lord. I’m so very grateful for my faith and don’t know how I would navigate this life without Him.

I have been crafty most of my life.  My Mom taught me how to crochet around age 10.  I later picked up cross stitch, embroidery, sewing and simple painting.  My dear aunt introduced me to scrapbooking about 20 years ago and I filled quite a few books with paper crafts and pictures until life got to be too busy and I found digital scrapbooking.

Vicki & TonyaIn 2018 while recovering from having both knees replaced, a friend started posting pictures of the cards she was creating.  They were so beautiful and it looked like something I could do.  She introduced me to Stampin’ Up and I was hooked.  Before I even made a card or attended a class, I purchased a starter kit and couldn’t wait to get started! I only purchased the kit for the discount and incentive they were offering at the time. 

vicki-card-classI started making cards and posting them and found that ladies wanted to make cards with me.  I had no intention of hosting card classes or filming tutorials but I fell in love with the craft, the Stampin’ Up Community I became a part of and the Community that I developed because of my classes and my team.  I thank God for bringing Stampin’ Up into my life.  It has touched my life in a profound way as well as the life of many others.