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Design Team Call | Chickaniddy Crafts 8/17

For our readers’ convenience, Scrapbook Update publishes the full text of select design team calls, with the company name and deadline in the header!

To see a page listing all of these published calls, visit the Design Team Calls category of Scrapbook Update.


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Are you interested in being considered for our new team? If so, please check out the details below. We are excited to have you apply. Our craft team call goes from July 18th – Aug 17th. Continue Reading →

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Jobs | Available Scrapbook Jobs at Studio Calico

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Studio Calico is currently hiring for a number of positions in their Bowling Green, KY offices. You can learn more about these job opportunities on their website at: Careers at Studio Calico.


GRAPHIC DESIGNER:

Studio Calico is seeking a highly motivated, versatile Graphic Designer to create cutting edge paper crafting products.

GRAPHIC DESIGNER – BRAND SPECIALIST:

The Brand Specialist is the keeper and protector of our brand. You will work with a team to execute every design aspect of a marketing campaign’s journey.

CUSTOMER EXPERIENCE ASSOCIATE:

The ideal candidate has an entrepreneurial spirit, is customer-focused with company goals in mind, and possesses excellent written communication skills. As a customer service assistant, this individual will oversee social customer care activities, respond to customer service inquiries, and compile data.

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Design Team Call | Inky Hot Mess 7/31

For our readers’ convenience, Scrapbook Update publishes the full text of select design team calls, with the company name and deadline in the header!

To see a page listing all of these published calls, visit the Design Team Calls category of Scrapbook Update.

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inky hot mess is looking for a creative team! 

inky hot mess is a family run business located in the heart of the finger lakes in upstate new york. the focus of inky hot mess is on pocket scrapbooking. our goal is to get everyone to get their photos off their computers and phones and printed. we offer a jammed packed monthly kit featuring dozens of journaling cards and a mountain of embellishments. we also offer theme kits, stamps, dies, and embellishments. Continue Reading →

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Project | Travel Album: Going Places

In my usual efficient (not) scrappy way, I am finally getting around to putting together a travel album for the trip that I took in January to Germany for the CreativeWorld trade show. It’s a daunting task, since I took about 900 photos over 7 days (two of which were travel days spent on planes, of course).

With that many photos, and the speed at which I create (molasses) I know the only hope I have of getting all of them in an album is to use a Project Life type pocket scrapbook. I’m starting the album by creating my first page, a layout about my prep and flight over. Later, when the album is complete and I see what it ends up looking like, I’ll make a title page for it that ties together the style of the whole thing.

I bought several kits of journal cards to use in the album because I have a lot of different types of photos to scrap: ultra modern convention center, historic tourist pictures, and random travel stuff. For this starter layout, I primarily used the very graphic designs of the Urban Traveler collection by Simple Stories, but there are also several other designs worked in as well.

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Stampin’ Up! Quietly Launching Apostrophe S

Stampin’ Up!, which informed its consultant base back in March that it was launching a new direct sales brand, has spent the past few months quietly launching Apostrophe S. The new venture is being headed by Sara Douglass, a Stampin’ Up! company executive who is the daughter of founder Shelli Gardner.

Apostrophe S logoApostrophe S is a direct sales company aimed at a young demographic of Makers, and is focusing solely on selling self-contained project kits at the moment. The initial product releases includes 8 kits in a variety of craft areas including jewelry, home decor and kids crafts, with price points between $20 and $40 dollars each. For instance – the kit pictured below, called Recycled Romance, creates romantic table centerpieces out of recycled paperback books and ribbon, and sells for $25. Continue Reading →

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