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Christy has been working at Paperworks Studio for 6 years. She says that she loves making all the wonderful cards. When asked what she loves best about Paperworks Studio, she says, “I am happy”. We are just as happy, that Christy is part of our team!
Dan has been a key person in the Paperworks family for nearly 4 years now, and he is great at making pulp. He says that “helping everyone out” is what he loves most about his job. Thank you, Dan!
Kathy has been with us for 7 years, and has trained to work in all areas of the operation. She says she loves the dry room work where cards are made, but what she loves most is all the people. We love her too!
Audrey has been with Paperworks for 7 years. Audrey’s specialty (besides her wit and humor!) is drawing and vacuuming our premium handcrafted papers. She says, “our mission, the work and the people” is what she loves most about the company.
Marley has been in the Paperworks family for 4 years. He loves the atmosphere and the fact that he gets to work with different types of people. Marley especially appreciates that he can work at a pace that is comfortable for him. Marley is also our internal Holiday Decor Specialist, and Sing-Along Leader.
Luke has worked with Paperworks Studio for 4 years. He loves to work in the wet room, but likes the dry room too! He says the beautiful card creations are what he loves most. Nice work, Luke!
Ryan has been with Paperworks Studio for nearly 6 years. He loves the wet room and vacuuming paper, as well as how the employees are treated like people. We appreciate Ryan’s insight and talents very much.
Jennifer worked at Paperworks Studio for nearly 5 years. Her favorite aspects of papermaking are vacuuming and marbling techniques. Jen creates extraordinary works of marbled art!
Rob has been a dedicated Paperworks Studio employee for approximately 8 years. Rob is a key team member and leader, and always puts 110% into all he does. He says he loves everything about Paperworks Studio. Well it shows, Rob!