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Wednesday, September 07, 2011

Trip Down Memory Lane

As I move on to this new journey with Amuse Studios, I wanted to give one last look to where I came from and how far that I have come with The Angel Company.  I first heard of The Angel Company through my friend Bonnie Rudolph in January of 2006 who was a demonstrator for them.  In October 2006, I decided that I wanted to join in the fun and I signed up as a demonstrator under Bonnie.

It's fun to see all of the following examples ... but I cringe at some of my early work ...







Thanks for taking a walk down memory lane with me ....

Now onto my NEW and exciting journey! .....



Unknown said...

Ah, great memories! So fun to see how we've progressed in our styles. Loved the trip down memory lane! Thanks!

Chris said...

Well I can't wait to see what you do next! :)

Anonymous said...

It has been so fun to see how much you have grown on this journey! Oh the amazing things you will do next! I can wait to see them!

Alley said...

This is a wonderful idea that I may just have to do. It's great to see your artwork and the variety! It was a trip down memory lane for me too..!

Patti J said...

You've come a long way, dear friend! Thanks for the trip down memory lane. Can't wait to see all of your new creations. I'm sure that they will just get better and better!

Rita said...

What a great trip down memory lane! Thanks!

What fun you have shared!

Anonymous said...

How fun, fun, fun!!! It is so neat to see how you have grown so much in your stamping!
Trudy (it's not letting me post under my acct=(

Anonymous said...

Thankyou Chelsea for the wonderful mention in the blog. It was great that i could introduce you to TAC but the work you did surpassed me by miles. I'd be thrilled to take credit for yiur early works. Good luck with the new company!!!

what a fun trip down memory lane! fun to see the progression in stamping!

Kim said...

Hi Chelsea~
Thanks for sharing your wonderful cards! Your stamping style has really evolved over the years... Best of luck with Amuse!

Nichole said...

What fun. Excited to see where your new road leads!

Samantha said...

What a great way to see how your skills have grown as a paper crafter

KellyRae said...

How fun to see your cards through the years. I've got a few of those cards in my stash from swaps in which we both participated. Congrats and good luck as you travel in your new endeavor.

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