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OPEN CALL for new DT members and Social Media Coordinator!!!

Butterfly Reflections, Ink. is currently accepting applications for new Design Team members! I've been THRILLED with my first official DT, but I'd like to add a few new people as I'm still trying to get my name out there and feel I can best do so by adding new designers! Would you like to be a Butterfly Ink-er? We are looking for 3 new designers to join our team and we could be looking for you!  If you are enthusiastic and would be excited to join our team then simply follow the instructions below!

Please send 3-5 samples of your work to butterflyinkersDT@gmail.com. We would appreciate you sending your creations at a manageable size.  Your samples can be cards, pocket pages and/or layouts of any size.  We would 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, we want to get to know you!  If you applied for the initial Design Team, please be sure to send new submissions.

This is a 3 month commitment starting in July and going through September. You must be willing to create 4-6 projects per month with at least one blog post per week. We also ask that you be exclusive to our 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.

What do you get in return? You will get $30.00 of product each month for FREE. Half will be chosen by yourself and half by Vanessa since she may have specific products she wants showcased. You will also get an awesome 25% off discount to add goodies to your monthly order! How fabulous is that?

I am also looking for a new Social Media Coordinator.  I really need someone who can help push my business out to more people so I can continue to grow.  I would prefer to have someone with experience since I am still relatively new and not quite sure of how to do it all myself.  Position requirements and benefits have not been 100% worked out yet, but if you're interested and think you could help make a difference, let's talk!!!

If either of these positions sound like the perfect opportunity for you, please send us an e-mail!!!   The deadline is Sunday, June 15, 2014 at midnight EST.  We will go over all the fantastic applications and choose the best fit for the shop and announce around June 21st who will be joining us!

Looking forward to seeing all of your amazing projects!

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  1. Best of luck to all of you that apply!!

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  2. Wish I had seen this sooner! Just came across your store for the first time - definitely going to spend some time checking things out! Best of luck to you!!!

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