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Open Design Team Call for Fall/Early Winter 2020

Hello, hello. What a year it has been, huh?!  I have to admit that these past few months have been extremely challenging. Between the kids getting out of school in mid March, having to close the shop for 3 months and just hoping I can make it through each month, it's taken a lot out of me. I skipped the last DT call because I just couldn't focus and my AMAZING DT have filled in for those couple of months. I have been very lax in sharing their projects, but I am really trying to get back on track and am so, SO grateful for them! That being said, I figured I should put the call out for the next term which will run from September through December. Do you LOVE FALL?! (It's my absolute FAVORITE!!!) Does Christmas do it for you?! If YES, this is the term for you!

I am looking for 5 new Design Team members to join the team. You are only required to create one card per week and share via social media 2-3 times per week. I do accept international applications, but you would be required to pay the shipping. Please send an e-mail telling us a little about yourself with 5 samples of your work with links to where we can see more to butterflyinkersDT@gmail.com. Applications will be accepted through August 23rd. If you are chosen for the team, you will received $30 in free product each month and a generous discount to the shop. 

We look forward to seeing your fabulous creations!

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  1. I am very interested in this. Thank you for the opportunity ! 💜🦋

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  2. I am super excited! I just sent along an application!! I have always dreamed of being apart of a design team!!!

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  3. I am Soooo interested in being a part of your design team. I was just talking with Sheri Gilson about being on a team and she sent me this link!!! Thank you for giving me a chance to apply...I appreciate it. :)

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  4. Wow what an Amazing opportunity! I would Love to join the team!!! Christmas is my FAV!! 😍

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