A Tribute to Ginger Ropp, an ever-talented artist

 

Yesterday the crafting community lost a brilliant artist, Ginger Ropp.  Ginger lost her battle with Covid surrounded by loved ones.

 

We had the opportunity to first meet Ginger Ropp – My Sisters Scrapper in 2013 when she joined our design team.  Like most people who had the opportunity to meet her, we immediately fell in love with her energetic personality, continuous generosity, and her endless creativity.  For the last two years we’ve been honored to work closely with Ginger, as a Special Project Designer heading up the designs for our monthly card club.  Her creativity truly knew no bounds, it was amazing to see what projects she would come up with monthly.

 

We will miss Ginger’s bright light, and think of her foundly while at our crafting tables.  Our hearts go out to Ginger’s family, friends, and the crafting community.

 

With Love, Charee, Aimee, Diane, and the whole G45 Family

 

Annette, Diane and Ginger at Creativation 2019.

 

To honor Ginger’s memory we wanted to share a handful of our favorite photos from trade shows, classes and travels.  Followed by the last Graphic 45 project Ginger created for us, a few classic videos by Ginger, and the 2021 G45 Card Club cards she created.

 

 

Jeff, Charee and Ginger in Salt Lake City 2017.

 

 

Charee and Ginger after a workshop in 2017.

 

 

Ginger, Maggi, and Annette visiting the Graphic 45 crew in Portland in 2017.

 

 

Ginger assisting in our Creativation 2018 workshop.

 

Ginger and her Love Notes canvas after finishing a Quick Fire Challenge at Creativation 2019.

 

 

Come One, Come All!

Trifold Waterfall Album

By Ginger Ropp

 

 

 

 

 

 

A Few Favorite Videos

Graphic 45 Waterfall Folio Tutorial

 

 

Graphic 45 French Country Mini Passport Journal

 

 

G45 Fairie Wings Mini Album

 

 

G45 Card Club 2021

By Ginger Ropp

 

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15 Responses

  1. RIP Ginger, I’ve enjoyed watching your videos for years and you taught me so much. Prayers for your family. You will be sorely missed by all those who love Graphic 45.

  2. Oh, such sad news. Thank you for letting us know. I have been a subscriber to her video channel for quite a few years, always inspired by her wonderful projects. She was an amazing paper artist who will be missed by many. I have enjoyed this tribute…sad that we won’t be able to see any more of her new projects. Our hearts are heavy and we wish her family memories that never fade.

  3. I am so sorry to hear about Ginger Ropp’s passing. I have been a member of the monthly card kit club and have so enjoyed her designs. Thank you for posting the photos and videos of Ginger. Her memory will live on in her creations brightening the day of many people who didn’t have the privilege of knowing her. My heartfelt sympathies go out to her family and friends.

  4. My heart is broken for losing one of my best friends. Thank you for this lovely tribute. She will forever live in my memory as my wonderful, crafty sister.

  5. I had no idea how many of her designs I had done, or how many of her classes I had taken until I saw all these pictures. What a sad loss not just for her family but for everyone in the paper crafting world

  6. So sorry to hear about Ginger, she was such a wonderful inspiration to all of us! Prayers for her immediate family as well as her G45 family, she will be missed!

  7. I am so very sad to hear of Ginger’s passing. I send heart felt condolences to Ginger’s family and friends. She was a very talented and generous crafter, giving her time and knowledge to our crafting YouTube community. My very first mini album was made from following one of Ginger’s tutorials and over the years she has taught me so very much. Thank you G45 for your lovely tribute to this very special woman. I will miss her. With love, Yvonne Alvizo 🙏🏽😢💜

  8. So very sorry for our loss of such a talented teacher! Will miss her emensely! My prayers go out to her family for their loss… she has truly touched so many people with her demonstrations.

  9. I am dumb struck. What a loss to the scrapbook community and the world at large. A Light has gone out. I hope she did not suffer and my prayers are with her family.

    Ginger has brought such joy into my life over the past year.

    Respectfully,
    Denise

  10. So! So! sorry to hear of the sad news of your fellow colleague , a terrible loss to our craft communtiy . Condolences to all at Graphic 45, and to Ginger’s family and friends.

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