Design Team Call | AccuCut 8/31

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AccuCut is looking for 8-10 designers to help showcase two new lines of dies that will be featured on a brand-new website. You’ve asked for it and it will soon be a reality — our new dies will be compatible in leading consumer die-cutting machines!


We are looking for US-based designers for a four-month design term (September – December 2013). We will be accepting applications until Aug. 31, 2013 and the team will be announced by Sept. 4.

Your Responsibilities

• Create 4-6 projects per month over a four-month timeframe

• Weekly dedicated post featuring project(s) created with supplied products (Oct-Dec)

• Be able to take high-quality images of your work and to submit jpg files

• Monthly posting on the new blog

• Participation in any blog hops or challenges

• Own a leading die cutting machine (ie, Big Shot, Cuttlebug, eBosser)

What You Get

• A generous welcome package of dies

• Monthly package of dies to be featured in following month’s blog posts

• Featured on our blog and Facebook page

• Link to your own personal blog

• Design team blinkie for your blog

• Opportunity to take part in monthly product giveaway on your blog

How to Apply

To be considered go to and submit the following information:

• Name, address and phone

• Blog/website address

• Short bio

• List of current and past design teams you have been on (if applicable)

• Upload or provide links to 3-5 projects (prefer cards instead of scrapbook layouts)

• Links to galleries (if applicable)

• Describe your current use of die-cutting products (brands and types of dies and machines)

Note: You may not concurrently serve as a design team member or guest designer for any other competing die company.


3 Responses to Design Team Call | AccuCut 8/31

  1. adegboyega olamiposi August 24, 2013 at 3:20 am #

    Why is only us based designers can benefit from accuCut stuff?

    • Nancy Nally August 24, 2013 at 9:49 pm #

      You’d have to ask AccuCut what their specific reasoning is, but often companies limit their teams to US-based designers due to shipping costs.

  2. Winona August 25, 2013 at 1:11 am #

    I wonder if these new dies will work with the Zip ‘E Mate machine that AccuCut discontinued a few years ago without notice?

    “our new dies will be compatible in leading consumer die-cutting machines!”

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