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Meljen’s Designs DT Call!

The following has been copied from the Meljen’s Designs blog.

HERE IT IS, what you have been waiting for! An official, public, DESIGN TEAM CALL! If you have been interested in getting on the Meljen's Team, now is your chance to apply!

Please send the following to:

nicole.anderson@insightbb.com

a. Your blog addy
b. 3-4 jpegs of some creations that reflect your style
c. A link to your SplitCoastStampers account, if you have one
d. A bio of yourself and WHY you feel you would be a good addition to Melissa's team!
Please try to include creations using Melissa's images! That helps for sure!

What can you expect? ALL of Melissa's images free for the duration of your term. You will need to supply us with ONE creation a week, every other week using a new-release image and incorporating the challenge of the week. easy peasy! Of course you need to post your creation on your blog each week as well! Your term is as long as you want! Once you get on, it's your choice when to leave!

I look forward to the applications! However, if you don't follow the above guidelines, you will NOT be considered for a position, so PLEASE be sure to submit everything asked!

Deadline is: MONDAY, October 24th, 8am eastern time!

Be there or be square! GOOD LUCK!

I LOVE working with Melissa’s digital stamps and hope you will consider joining our team. Check out the Meljen’s Designs blog for more information.

Comments

Carly said…
Hi Cheryl :) Thanks for that :) Have popped in my application.....I've got my fingers crossed :)
Sugarlips said…
Oh my goodness!! I am so excited. I love Meljens digital stamps!!!
I will send my application soon!

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