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Open DT Call for the Winter 2021 Term

Hi, everyone. I can't believe we've made it to December. Despite what 2020 has brought us, the year seems to have flown by. I hope everyone had a safe and Happy Thanksgiving. We spent a quiet day home and it was actually quite nice spending the day at our own pace. I am so, SO thankful for you and the support you continue to give me through orders, kind words and encouragement. I appreciate it all. 

My birthday was Sunday. I made us breakfast then we went and got our Christmas tree. My husband made me brownies and they gave me the perfect gifts. (I picked them! haha). 

The girls we added last term have been such wonderful additions to my team. Thanks to them for creating such amazing cards and being so inspiring. Are YOU looking to join a Design Team? 

We are looking for FIVE new members to join the team this term which will run from January through April 2021. Are you feeling FROSTY orrr feeling the LOVE?! LOL This could be the term for you! Please send an e-mail to telling us a bit about yourself with 5 samples of your work with links to where we can see more of your creations. You will be required to create one card/blog post per week and share via social media 2-3 times a week. In return, you will receive $30 of product per month and a discount to the shop. Applications need to be submitted by December 20th. International applicants are welcome to apply, but would be responsible for the additional shipping costs.

Please stay well.



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