While we are so excited about reviving the Elemental Doodles™ stamp line and are working on building a current and new Design Team, we absolutely do NOT want to forget and leave out our Founding Design Team from 2009 when we began. Below is a list of our Founding EDDT along with links to their blogs. We have lost touch with many of them over the years so we are not entirely sure how active they are these days. But this is the last known blog address we have for each of them. We value the time and effort they put in for us back then and we want to always honor their efforts and artwork.
Etha Shuette – We do not have a current working blog site address for Etha. But her work was outstanding. If you know her, or Etha – if you are reading this, please contact us with a current website or blog address so we can properly give credit.
Cat Gondek – http://catstamps.blogspot.com/
Alexandra Lundgren – Another one of our EDDT Founding designers that we have lost track of over the years. Please contact us if you have current website or blog address for Alexandra.
Jane – http://janedesignsforyou.blogspot.com/
Melodie Hand – Melodie was not only a founding design team member, she was the founder of Elemental Doodles. Her personal blog can be found here
Sarah White – http://sarahw-stampinwithsarah.blogspot.com/
Karyn Campbell – Karyn was our very first Guest Designer in 2009 but we have lost track of her current blog. Please contact us if you have current website or blog address for Karyn.
Kim Baker – Kim was our founding design team director and one of the founders of Elemental Doodles. http://kimmygt.blogspot.com/
Janine Blackwelder – Another EDDT Founding designer that we have lost track of over the years. Please contact us if you have current website or blog address for Janine.
Samantha Star – Another EDDT Founding designer that we have lost track of over the years. Please contact us if you have current website or blog address for Samantha.
All of these wonderful artists produced outstanding work as design team members. We are forever grateful for the projects they submitted during their terms as DT members. And we look forward to hopefully receiving current blogs for the ones we’ve lost track of.
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