Hi ladies, I hope you don't mind me posting this here. I *know* your creations are up to the magazine standards. If you'd like to write/design for ScrapStreet, all the application information is listed.
Scrapstreet is looking for a couple of new team members who LOVE to create and to write. We are looking for people who are active in scrapbooking--blogging, gallery uploads, trying new things. People who tackle scrapping with enthusiasm! Traditional, hybrid, digital, layout, card, and altered artists are all encouraged to apply.
Our team publishes a monthly ezine with thousands of subscribers and a 5-year history. We love finding and showcasing talented scrappers and beautiful products. If you are selected for our team, you will write a monthly article which will include selecting and requesting the work of designers, combining the work into an interesting article, and meeting your deadline.
You will also receive products at least 6 times a year from a variety of manufacturers and will scrap several items to showcase their lines. It is an excellent opportunity to increase your visibility in the scrapping community while having fun.
Send the following to email@example.com
a short statement of why you are interested in joining us.
3 of your favorite creations showcasing your style.
a link to your blog.
a link to your gallery.
We will accept applications until midnight April 10th. Announcements will be made on Monday, April 12th. We are so excited to add some talented new people to our family! Want to know who you would be joining? Peek at our current issue here and at the blogs along the side to get to know some of our team.
Hi gals! Lucky thing Terri is on the ball, she reminded me it was my turn to post a challenge. I am getting ready to go out of town so I chose the easy route . . . CASEing!!! Yes, you have permission to CASE. I really enjoyed Nichole's challenge during the last blog hop to CASE one of the design team members, this time you are to CASE Nichole herself. And here are the parameters. Choose a card or project Nichole made from one of the last two releases and using a set NOT from that release, make a similar card. I chose her project here where she used the dahlias and the new color. I pulled out the dots background set and used Berry Sorbet, Hibiscus Burst and Raspberry as my colors stamped on vellum and Berry Sorbet for my colored paper strip. Berry Sorbet and Raspberry buttons for my button 'stack' at the end of the color strip and a sentiment from Damask Designs.
Can't wait to see what you come up with! Ready, set, CASE Nichole!
Hello, Peeps! This is the first challenge I've ever issued, so bear with me! I thought I would give you all the challenge that I have been working on the last few days and that is a birthday card for my sister, who is also my best friend. Her birthday is March 2nd, so the timing works out very well for this challenge. Her favorite color is orange, bright orange, and I always have so much trouble working that color into a feminine card. (Mine usually end up looking sports-team imspired, which can be nice, but none of my sister's favorite teams feature orange!) So that is the challenge: a feminine card featuring orange zest. Bonus points if you work in Spring Rain, her second favorite color or a tea theme, since tea is one of her favorite things in the world.
If you don't have orange zest, substitute another orange or a color that you don't use very often. Good luck and have fun.
My devious plan is to have a bunch of cards I can CASE for my sister for future events! :) So thanks in advance for taking part in this challenge.
Here's my card! I used Friends 'til the End to stamp the background on Orange Zest cardstock. I made a another layer with the label imanges from tea time stamped in Versamark and Fresh Snow on Summer Sunrise. The teapot is embossed and stamped with Polka Dot Basics in Versamark on Spring Rain.