I am so lucky with the Chocolate Baroque Design Team, they are a talented bunch of ladies who do stunning things with our stamps and are so supportive of me and each other. So it is always sad when we have to say goodbye to one of the creative family and today is no exception.
Florence has been a wonderful crusader and flag waver for Chocolate Baroque stamps for many years and on this team for over eighteen months. During that time she has continually delighted us all with her interesting, colourful and imaginative artwork. Now she has decided it is time for her to move on and although we are all sorry to see her go, we know she will still be sharing her artwork with the great big wide world and generating a lot of inspiration for her followers.
I would like to take this opportunity to thank Flo for all her hard work and the contributions she made to this team. On behalf of us all, 'Good Luck' and keep on stamping. Oh and by the way, Flo has kindly agreed to complete the Year of Stamping with us so there are still two of her projects to come in the November and December online magazines.
Florence's departure has meant that today I am introducing you to the latest member of the Team, Veronica Pell. Followers of this blog will know that Veronica was part of the Guest Design Team, however promotion has meant that she has hit the dizzy heights of becoming a regular part of the DT. So, by way of a little introduction here are her answers to our usual probing questions!
The first stamp set by Chocolate Baroque I bought was:
No idea, to be honest - could tell you which were the first ones from Graphicus though! They were Oriental Butterflies and Celtic Cross mandala stamps, the first time I had ever bought unmounted stamps. Have lost one of the butterflies, but still have the others.
My favourite style of stamp:
I would have to say nature stamps, just love them, so versatile, happy to spend ages colouring in
My wish list:
Is quite a long one, but if I had to cut it down then it would be Macintosh Sentiments, Eastern Landscapes, Mellow fruitfulness and Rustic Fragments.
Describing myself in a sentence:
I would rather craft than do housework (as the family would agree, but they are all still alive!), and I have always been addicted to paper and pencils and I guess I’ve have reconciled to multi-coloured hands now.
I think we all suffer from the multi-coloured hand syndrome Veronica! Thank you so much for giving us this little insight, welcome to the team and we look forward to seeing your first 'official' post very soon.