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Attention Los Angeles Kings: get your Stanley Cup photo keepsakes here

Championship achievements deserve to be memoralized in keepsakes as unforgettable as those moments.

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Kyle Clifford already did it. How many other babies will have a shining moment in the Stanley Cup this year?

The Los Angeles Kings made memories for a lifetime last night when they won the Stanley Cup. Now each player gets to spend some time up close and personal with the cup. No doubt, a lot of once-in-a-lifetime photos will be taken. It is my mission to help people connect with the joyous emotions and memories of their special events by creating beautiful keepsakes using memorabilia including photos.

Back when the Boston Bruins won the cup in 2011, one of my clients had the opportunity to put her new baby into the Cup. Professional photos were taken. I created a beautiful keepsake collage based on one of those photos, accessorized with a championship patch at the client’s request, which now serves as a cherished memento of that amazing moment.

Kyle Clifford already put his baby into the Cup. Surely others will follow, as will other memorable celebrations as the Cup travels with each of the champions. Lots of “regular folks” will take photos with the Cup. Treat those photos with the respect they deserve! Kyle Clifford, I am waiting to hear from you!

Carol Colman Collages is here for you. Your memories are my business. Which of your most special photos can I turn into a breathtakingly beautiful keepsake for you?

Tonight before the Bruins game… Carol Colman Collages featured on BlogTalkRadio

Collage done as sample for Bonnie D. Graham (aka RadioRed) prior to appearance on BlogTalkRadio June 24, 2013 7PM.

Collage done for Bonnie D. Graham (aka RadioRed) prior to appearance on BlogTalkRadio June 24, 2013 7PM.

Thinking about the Stanly Cup Finals hockey game tonight? All of Boston (and much of the rest of the country) seems to be swept up by this Bruins team, full of heart, skill, and spirit. The games of the Stanley Cup Finals have been spectacular so far, and tonight should be no different. The Bruins are going to need every bit of support tonight to tie the Stanley Cup Finals at three games each and bring about a decisive game seven with the Chicago Blackhawks. Without a Bruins win, the Blackhawks will be hoisting the cup on TD Garden ice – not a sight any Bruins fan wants to see.

We’re full of anticipation. But some of us are nervous so if you’re not into listening to pregame hype and are looking for a distraction, I’ve got something special to suggest to you for the 7-8PM hour tonight:

I’m thrilled to be a guest of the fabulous Bonnie D. Graham (aka RadioRed) tonight on BlogTalkRadio, 7PM EDT. Bonnie has an hour-long show with two guests – I am on first, followed by Reesa Wolf with tips on improving your executive speaking skills.

I met Bonnie at the National Publicity Summit a few weeks ago and loved her enthusiasm and personality. Bonnie has an archive of radio shows that introduce you to fascinating topics and people you want to learn more about – people with books and services that can improve your life.

The show is interactive, so feel free to call in with questions: 310.807.5219

Bonnie asks guests to send her a copy of their book; because I don’t have a book to promote, I offered to make a collage for Bonnie. She send me a drawing that had been done of her, and I took some “words of wisdom” from Bonnie’s website to create something unique for Bonnie (see photo). After receiving her collage, Bonnie sent me this note:

“THANK YOU! THANK YOU! THANK YOU!

The collage is BEAUTIFUL, Carol… and now shows me your talented vision for creating memory-preserving personalized keepsakes.”

Please join me tonight at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/bonniedgraham/2013/06/24/read-my-lips-with-bonnie-d-graham-akaradiored for this unique experience. Can’t make it live? It will be available for replay.

Then, after the show, it is do or die for my Boston Bruins in a must-win game six. Go Bruins!