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Sentimental Sundays DT Call

We are looking for talented, easy-going, dedicated, and fun-loving individuals to join the Sentimental Sundays team!

Here's some info (taken directly from the post on the Sentimental Sundays blog):
1.  Create a project (card, scrapbook, digital layout, alter item, anything) using any sentiment an incorporating the challenge theme at least TWICE A MONTH.  You do not have to create weekly, though we (the team and those who visit the blog) love to see your creations!  Comment on participant entries (we divvy it up to decrease the load) - this is very important!  Everyone loves comments.  Join the Sentimental Sundays Yahoo group for DT communication and to chit-chat and share your creations.


2.  You will have access to all the digital sentiments for sale at the Raindrop Echo Designs Digital Sentiments for Whimsy Stamps. Of course, you also have access to all my free digital sentiment sets.  If we have sponsors, you will have access to sponsor products if/when they are offered to the team.  You will receive a free watermark and/or signature set from the Custom Digital Designs section.  Though you have free access to all my digital sentiments, you are not required to use them for the challenges.  I greatly appreciate it if you do, but of course, I know there are lots of other wonderful sentiments out there and I never want to limit anyone's creativity :)


3.  Your name and blog link will be displayed on the sidebar and permanently displayed on the Design Team page.

Design team call ends Monday, May 23.  The new members will be announced on May 28.


To apply, please email us at sentimentalsundays@raindropecho.com with your name, email address, blog address, and why you would like the join the Sentimental Sundays team. This is a very carefree team and designed-to-be-fun group so I'm looking for some laid back individuals who just love to craft.  If that's you, we would love to hear from you!

I hope you will consider applying!  It really is a fun, laid-back team.

Comments

Jean said…
I love your blog, you have some darling cards here!

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