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I'm Carrying a Torch!

Today is the day! I can finally blab my secret! I was asked to carry the torch for Amber Ink for the month of February. A HUGE thank you to Meg at Corgi Creations for giving me this opportunity. (If you haven't seen Meg's blog, go check it out! I always love stopping by her blog to see all the creative goodies she has posted.)
Although we didn't "officially" start our torchbearer duties until today, we are already having a blast. Amber and Pam are so much fun to work with. They are super easy-going and fun. I'm just getting to know the rest of the team but they are really creative and fun too.
Here is the scoop on the new team carrying the torch for February:

From Laurie Willison @ to Keva Brown @

From Meg Craig @ to Cheryl Gorka

From Joey McKelvey @ to Scoopy Sue Cooper

From Brenda Rose @ to Jenn Lee @

From Sue Kment @ to Allison Fillo @

Be sure to stop by the Amber Ink blog to check out the new team's bios and "Babe" pictures. You can also check out the Amber Ink digital stamps & papers and clear stamps in the store.

Stop back here tomorrow for my first Amber Ink project posting.

Have a great day!


1CardCreator said…
Congratulations Cheryl! No one deserves it more than you!
Congrats to you Cheryl!!!! It is well deserved.
Audrey Pettit said…
How exciting! Super huge congrats to you!!
Pam said…
WHOOSH! Way to catch that orange torch Cheryl! Rah Rah Rah!
Taylor said…
Yay Team Orange!! It's so interesting to see who gets it each month! I love that I'm the original orange, lol :)
Andrea said…
Karin said…
Woo-Hoo! Can't wait for tomorrow!
Congrats!!!!! So glad I'm blog friends with both you and Meg! Two very talented ladies :)
Go Orange Torch!!!
Meg said…
Woohoo!! So glad you'll be carrying the orange torch this month!!! Can't wait to see your first creation tomorrow!
Joanne Gilch said…
Congratulations, bright orange torch bearer!!!
Julie E said…
Congrats! You are going to have fun :>)
Marlene said…
congratulations! Well done!
Nicole said…
Congratulations, Cheryl!!!!!! I am the ORIGINAL BROWN Torch Bearer! KUDOS!
sunghee said…
Woohoo! Team Orange! Welcome!
sunghee (orange october 2011)
Amberbop said…
Yippeeeeeeeeee! Yay! Woot! :)
Emily Leiphart said…
Woot woot! I'm so proud to have you carry on the tradition of Orange Torch awesomeness! Meg made a great choice in you, Cheryl, and I know you'll do us proud!!

Emily (Orange November 2010)
Vicky said…
Big congrats & totally deserved from what I've read. Thank you so much for your lovely comment on my blog I appreciate it soooo much. You have a fabulous blog here & you are very talented I will gladly be coming back to see more of your creations. Take care.

Lotsa hugs Vicky xxx
Anne Marie said…
Congrats, Cheryl! That is so awesome and very well-deserved! :)

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