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Saturday, July 31, 2010

A (digi) Place to Call Home

Some of ya'll have watched my journey thru the digital world.  I stumbled into a speed scrap with my friend Alamama (in real life Christine) over at Scrap Matters a few years ago.  I had just been uprooted from friends for over 20 years and the internet kept a fun connection with Christine.  Christine was a Creative Team Member at Scrap Matters, a sweet and friendly forum.  I played there and then played another place, and then another.  I then got a few Creative Teams myself...over the past few years, I have collected a few designers that allowed me to play with their designs

In alphabetical order:

Alexis Designs
Amy Stoffal
Amy Sumrall
Bubbles Bits
Cari Creates
Carolyn Rose Kite (for almost 2 years)
Charlie's DigiSraps (my very first)
Creative Victorian Designs (for almost 2 years)

Dani's Delusions
Dawn Inskip
Digi Designs by Denise
Digi Scrap Cafe
Doris Castle
Gabs Art
Julie. It is.
LouCee's Creation
Lyndsay Ritchie
Pressed Petals (my friend Christine)
Rosey Posey
Ruby (who gave me my first taste of altered)
Sarah Barber
Scraps of Candy (templates)
Southern Creek Designs
there were a few one kit calls (OKCs) here and there...but all in all, my EHD is full with some beautiful designs.

Last week, I resigned from the 8 I was on at the time.   I knew it was coming, but I didn't want to walk away from the digital scrapbooking world.  I have some great friends and superb mentors.  I go to a fun chat on Tuesday evenings over at Scrap Book Graphics, and sometimes after the scheduled 1 hour is over, the ladies just stay and babble about life in general.  One brought up wanting an assistant, another brought up saying she would pay 5 times the amount to have someone assistant her and help her stay organized.  My heart jumped...oh would I love to help her!!
Then Miss Behaving, my friend and pushy broad, said, Anne does it for me, ask her!!  I timidly, (now you know me, timid is not my personality, unless I am on unstable ground), said, "Tangie, I would love to help you in any way possible."  That was it...then an hour later, Tangie and I chatted...
I am now her Woman at Arms.  I help assist her in ways to make life easier for her...and organize calendars, spreadsheets and a running activity list! I love it!!  This is like a re-invention of scrapping for me, now I scrap for the pure fun, and get to play with Tangie Baxter...pretty great all around!

6 comments:

Julie (It is.) said...

congrats on the new gig, sweetie!

Pressed Petals said...

you lucky duck...Tangie is awesome!
just got back from an impact team in ruid. went good.

Pom said...

Wow Anne, I'm so happy for you about working for Tangie. And Tangie is so lucky to have you by her side. I so admire your passion for life and work. :)

Oh and this page is super fantastic!!! Congrats on being featured at the GSO blog!!!

Rebecca said...

Wow!!! That is SO AWESOME, Anne!!! I can see that you will be a perfect fit with Tangie! Totally awesome!!! Congratulations!!

Sandra said...

Anne, i'm so glad you followed your heart and that you've found your home.
(and i'm also glad that i have the honor to view you in action LOL)
you go girl!
what a fantastic page!

tangie baxter said...

I love that journal page Anne, it's one of my favorite ever! So glad to have a woman at arms now ;) Your the bestest!