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Open DT Call for Spring term

Hi, everyone! It's that time again! So soon?! Time really does fly when you're having fun and my girls truly have been AMAZING! We're looking for 3 new designers to join our team for the next term that will run from April through June 2015.



Please send us 3-5 samples of your most recent work to butterflyinkersDT@gmail.com. Your samples can be cards, pocket pages and/or layouts of any size. I really would like to get a good mix of people/styles in this term as the last one was full of fabulous card makers. If you've applied for the team before, PLEASE make sure you're sending NEW artwork. We'd also love links to your online galleries, blogs, YouTube channels, etc., anything that will give us an idea of what your creative style and abilities are. Please include if you are currently or have been on any other Design Teams in the past and tell us a little about yourself in a short bio.

This is a 3 month commitment starting in April and going through June. You must be willing to create 4-6 projects per month with at least one blog post per week. We do ask that you be exclusive to the online shop for Design Team work. You can design for manufacturers, blogs, kit clubs, etc., but we would appreciate it if you stuck with our online shop only for the 3 month term. We are still trying to expand and gain new customers so sharing links to the shop is required at a minimum of 3 times a week via various social media outlets. This is a BIG part of the DT's job and we appreciate you helping us get the word out.

In return for your creations and promotion, you will get $30.00 worth of free product each month. You will also get a 25% discount to add goodies to your monthly order! The shop is FULL of fabulous products with more coming in regularly and you'll be able to get yourself some at a generous discount.

If this sounds fun and like the opportunity for you, please send us your application. The deadline is Sunday, March 15, 2015 at midnight EST. We will go over all the applications and choose the best fit for the shop. Thanks for the continued support and we look forward to seeing all of your incredible creations.

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  1. What if you don't have a personal blog?

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  2. Yay! Perfect way to get back into the swing of blogging again. Sending 😍

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  3. Can I apply even though I live in the UK? Would that make a difference? :) x

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