Red Daisy Crafts
Red Daisy Crafts

Welcome to Red Daisy Crafts! A place where you can learn about paper crafting ideas and techniques. I hope you will join me on my crafting journey and come back often.

I want to introduce myself to you and hope we begin to get to know one another. And, I can’t wait to get to know you.

I’m June Leyendecker. Some of you know that I have been blogging a long time off and on. When I lived in Houston, I had a blog called Peanut Butter and Jelly and I mostly blogged about my life, a sort of journal. Then later my blogging became more focused on my crafts. The name of my blog has changed a few times. Over time, the purpose of my blog was to support my dream of having my own business around my crafts and being a Stampin’ UP! Demonstrator. I hope this will be a place where you will visit often to learn more about paper crafting ideas and techniques.

What’s in a name?

Red. I have always loved the color Red and it was my Dad’s favorite color.

Daisy. I love Gerber Daisy’s, they are so big and beautiful and very colorful. And, when it comes to flowers, hands down they are my favorite because they really do not have a smell. So many flowers effect me negatively or really set off a migraine or an extreme allergy episode. The worst flower for me so far is anything that is in the Lily family. Seeing a Daisy in my mind’s eye instantly brings me joy and a smile.

Crafts. My Mom was a Home Economics major and taught Home Economics when we lived in Buffalo, NY. At a very young age I learned a variety of arts and crafts. We did so many wonderful activities together. I remember going to vacation bible school in the summer and just loving it mostly because we got to do crafts. Crafts with yarn, glue,able to stand up for whatever I decided to craft for the rest of my life.

Although this is not my first blog, I am hoping it is my last and that it will be something I maintain for many years to come. And, please stop by often to learn about paper crafting ideas and techniques with me.

If you are reading this post. It is great to see you here and I hope you will visit again and eventually leave a comment and let me know what you’ve been crafting lately.

For more information, check out my About Me page.