|Posted: 10/3/2012 5:41:12 PM|This website has archives of webpages:
You can look up any website, but I had to check out 2Peas, since I was around way back then, (my Peaname was Cheesehead before I changed it.)
It's fun to see 2Peas through all the stages:
Post 9/11 logo 1999 TwoPeas
Kristina's PeaBodies from the Creating Garden
It is so fun to look at they pages--just don't start unless you have some time to kill!
|Posted: 10/3/2012 5:43:58 PM|The links to the pages don't work. I guess you'll have to explore on your own. Make sure to check out the paper piecing patterns from around 2002.
Loc: Aussie in SC. USA
|Posted: 10/3/2012 5:48:41 PM|
OMG! that is amazing lol! So funny, had forgotten how it looked back then, but as soon as I saw the post 9/11 logo, it was instantly so familiar! Crazy seeing posts from back then and layouts!
Loc: Scrap Capital of the World
|Posted: 10/3/2012 7:39:11 PM|
That was a fun blast from the past. My original number was much lower, but I lost it in a board update. In those days we knew most of the posters.
* PEAs & quiet *
|Posted: 10/3/2012 8:57:49 PM|What a fun share! Thanks!
Prima 'n' Stickles Pea
Loc: Southern California
|Posted: 10/3/2012 10:00:30 PM|
*Princess of Chat*
Loc: Kansas City
|Posted: 10/4/2012 12:01:44 AM|
oh wow! That's so cool. I'm pretty sure we didn't even have internet in 1999... it was at least 2001 when we joined the digital age in my house!
Ancient Ancestor of Pea
Loc: all up in your business
|Posted: 10/4/2012 12:18:29 AM|
I was on Two Peas back then!
I've had Internet at home since 1993. The first scrap message boards I frequented were dmarie and later Jangle for awhile.
Loc: Cape Town, South Africa
|Posted: 10/4/2012 1:56:41 AM|
Wow, the site has come a long way. TFS!
|Posted: 10/4/2012 5:20:32 AM|
What was that scrappy site with 'bee' in the name? I used to go there a lot.