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Here we grow again! (Call for Designers)

tn_gg25It must be spring along the SQ Trail. Things are blossoming by leaps and bounds and Stamper's Quest needs more help leading the way through all the new growth. We need three new Artistic Guides, and this is YOUR chance to join one of the best teams on the internet!

We have three design team openings to fill and we invite you to participate. Each new guide will be placed in one of our three teams. Teams are featured quarterly, each member contributing three projects of varying difficulty. Guides also take turns inspiring readers at The Watering Hole, our weekly blog. There are optional vendor challenges, and the monthly challenges are tremendous fun. We have other exciting things on the horizon, too.

If you are a self-motivated crafter and think you would like to be part of this exciting adventure, we want to hear from you! Here's what we need:

  1. Three rubber-stamped projects of varying difficulty levels (easy, moderate, challenging.) Two must be cards, while the third can be a card or anything else as long as it incorporates rubber stamping.
  2. At least one project must include written instructions with a supply list and all manufacturer credits. Directions should be clear, concise, and numbered.
  3. A short biography and photo of yourself. The bio should introduce your rubber stamping and paper crafting experience, along with a personal note or two so that readers can relate to you. We love to have a link to your art blog if you have one! Please keep your photo attachments limited to 150kb in size. Send all information attached to ONE email to stampersquest@yahoo.com.
  4. Deadline for submissions is May 25, 2009.

If you are new to the design team world, welcome to the challenge! Stamper's Quest is not made up of professional artists, but rather of talented people who are passionate about rubber stamping and paper crafts. Meeting deadlines is one critical element, as is the ability to share learning experiences, along with a willingness to stretch and grow. Come join our team of Artistic Guides as we lead the search for the Grail!

Stephanie Loomis, Editor in Chief

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1 Responses »

  1. from a Design Team member, those of you who are hesitating, this is a great experience.
    Not only will you be able to share your art, but you will be among one of the elite design teams
    on the internet. The variety and talent is amazing. Come on, give it a try. We NEED you.