About me :-)

I am a happily married stay at home mom.  My son was born in 2005.  It has been neat watching my son grow into an individual.  I can’t say that I always enjoy staying home with him, but I wouldn’t have it any other way.

I have a teaching degree in elementary education.  I love working with kids and teaching 🙂  I plan on homeschooling my son through high school – he is just starting kindergarten in 2010/2011.

I love making things, although I don’t have as much time to play as I would like 🙂  I have tried too many types of crafts to list them all!  Right now I have been trying to make charts of the heirloom beaded ornaments that my great Grandma taught my Grandma, who taught my Mom, who taught me to make.

I like genealogy and history- when I was in high school I went to the state archives and researched a ghost town from the 1800’s, and was able to visit the remainder of the cemetery.  I have also been trying to make a scrapbook of the history of my family’s heirlooms including pictures of the people that they are connected to.

I like photography, and would love to learn more about it.  I also love trying new foods, and cooking dinner is something I typically look forward to.

My house is sometimes messy, although I have been trying to reverse that trend!  Sometimes I just feel like I’m cleaning on a treadmill – no matter how long I keep at it I still haven’t really gotten anywhere!

I chose random creativity as the name for this blog since I am very creative, but often quite random.  There have been a few projects that I have started, set aside, and then finished a few years later.

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  1. I would like to use a silhouette painting that you did as a source of inspiration for my high school art class. Could I please know what your name is so that I can give the credit where it is due on my project? Thank you – Kylee.

  2. […] Rachel Peters, author of Random Creativity, has shared a colourful tutorial with the Handmade Christmas Campaign. Thank you! […]


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