Saying good bye as a Tattered Angels Golden Ambassador

Yesterday was my last day as a Golden Ambassador for Tattered Angels.

The past four years I had a wonderful time filling several roles for the company, sometimes at the same time with being on the Design Team, being the Design Team Coordinator, being an Educator and being a Golden Ambassador of Tattered Angels. Last year alone I taught over 50 Tattered Angels Workshops – pretty crazy number, huh?  ;).  With the transition of Tattered Angels to Canvas Corp. the decision was made to close the Golden Ambassador Programme. Although this is a sad moment as a wonderful time ends, it also makes me happy as I know it frees me for the awesome things that are coming up in my creative life…it is all good and I’m giddy at the same time because I know this is going to be a rockin’ year 🙂

I will still work with Tattered Angels products and I will continue teaching the already scheduled workshops for the next months, so don’t you worry – we will mist away 🙂

I would love to show you my favorite work that I have done for Tattered Angels the last 4 years as a way to say good bye and close this capital for now

And this is only a SMALL fraction of my projects – but I think those are my faves of all of them in all the years. Looking at those projects puts a smile on my face because I had a great time while creating them- and that is what it is about for me: the creating process and the memories that go along with it and the photos I use. Nobody can take that away from me 🙂

Thank you Wendy and Tattered Angels for your trust in my work all those years and giving me the chance to work with you. You have been the reason for where I stand and who I am right now as me regarding my professional life. It has been a fun ride. I have learned a huge amount of things from being on the teams whether it about how I love to create, teaching or about the industry itself. Thanks for letting me be myself in my art projects.

I hope you enjoyed my little TA-Gallery post 🙂

Have a wonderful day

Nat

 

 

Comments

  1. Vicki Chrisman says:

    Your TA work has been such inspiration for so many for so long, not to mention those to have been lucky enough to have taken a workshop from you. YOU have been a trendsetter for TA over the years. I can not wait to see what all your creative future will hold. I’m excited for you!

  2. Love all the beautiful colors and art here — you are DESTINED for greatness my dearie!

  3. M. Carmen - Cuchy says:

    What a beautiful selection.
    You’ve been a wonderful role model all these years, and you’ll still be wherever your next creative stop is.
    Wishing you all the best
    Besos

  4. Wow, Nat, that’s an awesome body of work. All the best for your future escapades, I will be watching with interest 🙂

  5. Best wishes in all of your new endeavors. I am always deeply inspired by your creative imagination. ❤ Lovely, lovely work.

  6. alles wird gut.

  7. i’m looking forward to seeing what comes next in your creative life
    and i’m still madly in love with those magnets!!!

  8. Ohhhh, All the works are incredibles. Now you have his colours in the heart

  9. Such gorgeous work Nathalie…. Happy for you to start some new adventures….Just an opportunity for a new door to open…..

  10. Love your work Natalie
    and there is always a time to come and a time to go
    good luck on the search of your new horizon…

  11. Beautiful works of art!! Can’t wait to see what you do next!

  12. Your layouts say it all, Nat: Everything will work out perfect!!!!! I know I don’t need to wish you good luck, you’re way too talented (and famous) for that, but as we French say, “Merde” (yeah, I know, we’re kind of gross wishing luck by saying “shit”, but that’s how we do it 😉 )

  13. Love you – love your work! Very sad our Golden Ambassadors are gone, but very excited to see what you have planned next! I LOVED the Creative Jump Starts!

  14. Jen Cushman says:

    It’s always tough to say goodbye to opportunities in our lives that provide happiness, but four years is a long time and all the wonderful things you’ve done and learned will only get bigger and better. You are so talented and driven. Can’t wait to read about all the new adventures that await you my dear friend.

  15. Sue Clarke says:

    TRUST and that beautiful altered frame are my faves. Just in case you wanted to know. LOL
    Congrats on a job well done and I know that we will continue to see lots of colors and misting from you.

  16. Your work is just gorgeous Nat! I can’t take my eyes away from the amazing frame you’ve made, some fabolous colors *in love*
    I believe you will have a fantastic year, go with the flow and live each day as it would be your last !
    Hugs

  17. Everything you do is amazing! Wishing you the best!

  18. WOWZA! You are the Master of the Mist, Girl! Your work is so gorgeous, and so varied…. I just love your style. It’s evident why they asked you to fill all those roles! The future is looking mighty bright. Congrats!

  19. Harriet Garrison says:

    I REALLY LOVE your work!!! I love your style, your humor, and your honesty!!! You ROCK!!! Sorry to hear about Tattered Angels, but another door opens……….You go, girl!! Hugs, Harriet (goobeegirl)

  20. Preciosas creaciones, cuando una puerta se cierra otra mejor se abre.
    te deseo todo lo mejor que vendrá.

  21. I am soooo sad to see you go, but I am certain that you have lots of exciting stuff coming up. I wish you the very best and I’m really looking forward to seeing you in May!

  22. schön geschriebener post und wundervolle fotos 🙂
    LG Felicitas

  23. one door closes so an other one can open up. i think you did a great job for TA, you even got me converted! and to do that to a ‘ranger-girl’ is one heck of a job 😉
    love every single piece you put in your TA-gallery 🙂

    wishing you all the best in what’s coming next and sooooooo looking forward to see you next week!!!

  24. Bernadette says:

    TFS your beautiful artwork – it’s an inspiration!!
    Good luck in whatever comes your way next!
    Bernie x

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