OttLite is very excited to welcome back our Ambassadors for 2018: Beverly McCullough, Kathy Cano-Murillo, Tamara Kelly, and Ed Roth. Each are acclaimed bloggers, authors and teachers of their craft and will be helping spread the word about OttLite around the country.

We invite you to visit each of their websites/blogs and also follow them on social media. They’ll be the first in the know on new OttLite products and will have plenty of giveaways and surprises throughout the rest of the year. Please join us in welcoming all our ambassadors to the OttLite team!

Beverly McCullough - Flamingo Toes

A former graphic designer, Beverly grew up around creative people, which inspired her to create her blog Flamingo Toes. A place Beverly says she want to be “a FUN place”, Flamingo Toes offers readers a wide variety of crafting ideas from home décor to embroidery to jewelry making.

Find out more about Beverly and Flamingo Toes in her What Inspires interview

Marjie Kemper - Marjie Kemper Designs

Through the use of ink and paper Marjie creates layered and textured works of mixed media art and shares them on her website. Art journaling, scrapbooking and tag art are all ways Marjie gets her creative juices following and she loves to see the layers come together. Featured in industry publications such as Just Mixed Media, The Stampers’ Sampler and Cloth Paper Scissors, Marjie brings color to whatever she touches!

Find out more about Marjie in her What Inspires interview

Kathy Cano-Murillo - Crafty Chica

Kathy Cano-Murillo is the creative energy behind Crafty Chica. An artist and author, Kathy has been featured in USA Today, The New York Times and HGTV and has had her products featured in Target and Michael’s. Her self-described “Mexi-boho” style brings fun (and some glitter!) to everything she creates. Crafty Chica is a combination of crafts, recipe ideas, empowerment and even holiday ideas – be sure to visit for some inspiring ideas and fun!

Find out more about Kathy and Crafty Chica in her What Inspires interview

Ed Roth - Stencil1

Ed Roth, creator of Stencil1, started out wanting to publish a book of stencils and in the process found a niche market. A lover of pop culture, Ed incorporates everything including geometric patterns, landscapes and iconic figures such as the Statue of Liberty into his stencils. Stencil1’s Repeat Pattern Wallpaper Stencil Kit won the 2015 Product of the Year award from the Consumer Survey of Product Innovation which Ed says is due to the tools being easy for customers to use and are customizable for whatever taste is out there. If you’re into street art and pop culture icons, Stencil1 is a site you shouldn’t miss.

Find out more about Ed and Stencil1 in his What Inspires interview

Tamara Kelly - Moogly

Originally a blogger with a ‘mommy’ focus, Tamara Kelly has transformed her blog, Moogly, into one of the most popular crocheting blogs around. A designer and writer, Tamara offers free patterns, tutorials, great giveaways and loves to share what fellow crafters are doing. If you’re into crocheting then Moogly is certainly for you.

Find out more about Tamara and Moogly in her What Inspires interview