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About Me and SBC

Sandy Hentzel

Hi Friends, 
Sandy here in "sunny, cold, hot, rainy, snowy- yep, we get it all" Ohio. I am married to my best friend and a total hottie. We have three little monkeys (14,12 and 10) that drive us crazy, but we wouldn't have it any other way. They are our blessings. I work full time in home health as an Occupational Therapy Assistant. I am also a born again Christian. And above all I love Jesus, my Lord and Savior.

 I started scrapbooking 20 years ago with cards thrown in the mix about 3 years ago. It is my stress reliever after I get the kiddos to bed. I love the sense of accomplishment when I look at the finished product and making gifts for others.

 I just started using digital stamps this year, and I am addicted. But, I can't scrap without my die cutting machines, Gypsy, Cuttlebug, and I am a paper addict/ makings of a scrapbook hoarder. I scrapbook almost daily and love, love, love learning new techniques and tutorials. That's about it. I am a simple crafter that likes to have fun with my family, friends and scrapbook bloggies. I am looking forward to inspiring you with projects, showcasing the wonderful images from my various design teams.

You Tube channel at

you can also find me on Pinterest

and last but not least....
our awesomeness Facebook Group that is more like a club than a run of the mill-get lost in Facebook group, lol.


Scrapbooking Divas  2010-2012
Paper This and That  2011-2012
The Stamping Chef  2012-2013
My Cricut Craft Room  2013
Calendar Girls  2013
She's a Sassy Lady  2013-2014
Scrapbook Blessings Club- admin 2013-2018
Sensational Stamps 2014-2016
My Besties Challenges 2014-2017
Scrapping for Less 2015-2017
(took a crafty break 2018-2019)
Scrapbook Blessings Club owner 2013-present


ScrapBook Blessings Club was a  You Tube Video Tutorial/ Techniques/Tip blog. We had a great bunch of crafters excited to to share with you all their "tricks of the trade".  

SBC formed from ScrapBook Blessings (which, once upon a time, was Sandy's personal blog and small crop group in Youngstown, Ohio) to ScrapBook Blessing Club where we had a team of 8-16 in the past four years, sharing tutorial blog posts with you. 
A place where you can come and find video tutorials, techniques and tips for the everyday at- home crafter, from beginner to advanced.

Where can you find Scrapbook Blessings Club online?
Facebook Page-

Facebook Group

You Tube Crafters




 official blog launch date was Oct 5th, 2013


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