Loren was born in beautiful and warm Puerto Rico, but was raised in the city
that never sleeps, New York City. When she think of New York, she remembers the
breathtaking skyline and statue of liberty who always welcomes you home
from a distance. Loren is the oldest of three children whose single mother raised
her to be independent and strong.  She believed that New York was the only home
she would ever know, until she met and married the love of her life and moved to
Dallas, Texas. They have been blessed with a wonderful little boy . Everyday, her
son inspires her to be a better person and mother. He is also the reason why Loren
started crafting. She wishes to surround her son with creativity and love and give
him knowledge of his heritage.

She currently resides in California with her husband, son, kitty named Zoidberg
and a dog named Kinjal. Loren is known for her style, truthfulness and good
heart. She loves to work with her hands and can’t sit still. Her loves include:
mothering, comic book conventions, flea markets, Halloween, re-purposing,
making tags,reading science fiction and of course blogging!

 Why Pandora’s Craft Box?

I named my blog Pandora’s Craft Box because I don’t fall into any particular niche. I love to do paper craft, DIY decor, geek craft and sharing my adventure at conventions. Pandora’s Box is full of mysteries and so am I. I hope you enjoy the journey with me.
Thank you for reading Pandora’s Craft Box. I have had the opportunity to be featured and work with great companies and bloggers. Published Articles:DIYInspired.com : Regular contributorFloraCraft Make It: Fun Team: Designer Team 


Partnerships and Teams


Rivit Media PublisherSomerset Studio Gallery Summer 2014
Published Articles and Contributing:
1. DIY Inspired regular contributor.
2. Save by Love Creations regular contributor.
3.Featured in Online Magazine DIY Life Style Magazine.
4.Featured in Somerset Magazine Gallery Issue 2014
5. Featured by Good Housekeeping for my Test Tube Sand Keepsake

4 thoughts on “About

  1. Lema

    Hi Loren,

    I have a question about the white distressed crates you created. You said you used chalk paint but when you applied it, did you do anything else to it after? Such as scrapping the paint to give it a distressed look? Or did you apply the paint in a certain way?


    1. Loren

      Hi, sorry for the late reply, got lost in my folder. If its not too late when applying it on the crate it will at times miss certain spot depending if your paint is thinker which is what I prefer to work with. I did at some spots used sand paper to distress it. I do like the wood underneath to peek through.


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