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Jobs | Graphic Artist/Illustrator – Doodlebug Design (Salt Lake City, UT)

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Doodlebug Flamingo GRAPHIC ARTIST / ILLUSTRATOR
Doodlebug Design, a leader in the papercraft industry, has a position open for a talented, graphic designer and illustrator.
Employment Benefits
  • A solid career with growth opportunities
  • Private office
  • A fun, friendly, exciting and energetic environment
  • Health insurance paid 100% for employee (family plans available a special rates)
  • Flex Spending and Prescription Visa (Cafeteria) Plan
  • Paid vacation
  • Company paid life insurance
  • Paid holidays
  • Free soda fountain drinks
  • New ‘state of the art’ building with exercise room and showers
  • Fun monthly birthday lunches
  • Birthday gifts from the owners
  • Christmas party with gifts, and more!
  • Christmas bonuses
Requirements
  • Skilled in Adobe Creative Suite – Adobe Illustrator, InDesign and Photoshop
  • Excellent typography skills
  • Strong Illustration skills
  • Talented in mocking-up packaging and product, die lines, bleeds etc (print-ready work)
  • Organized and able to work efficiently on multiple projects to meet deadlines
  • Detail oriented – quality first mentality
  • Good at communicating verbally and in writing
  • Welcomes critique
  • Willing to travel occasionally
  • Any training in photography, print production or Web design is viewed as a plus, but not required
  • Knows and understands the craft industry
  • Must provide portfolio work
Duties
  • Design new product lines, packaging, and marketing materials
  • Mock-up prototypes of product and packaging
  • Create marketing collateral
  • Other duties as required
  • Will work overtime when needed and before a show
Top Applicants
  • Love the papercraft industry and all its facets – fashion, culture, design
  • Are social media aficionados of Pinterest, design blogs, Instagram
  • Teach themselves new tricks and faster ways of doing things
  • Like to learn
  • Have worked with printers and understand printing processes and layout
  • Understand marketing principles
  • Have worked in the Papercraft industry (Mfg, wholesale or retail)
  • Work well with others and alone
  • Are self-starters
  • Are crafters
  • Have excellent recommendations
Job Type: Full-time
  • Applicants – send resumes and portfolio links via email to john@doodlebug.ws
  • We will contact qualified applicants via email. Please do not call
Salary negotiable, based on experience and skills
Required experience: 3 years
Job Type: Full-time
Job Location: Salt Lake City, UT
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Update | ICE Resin, Tammy Tutterow, SPC, more

Another wave of news has hit, and that means it is time for another Update column!

By now, most everyone in the industry has heard the sad news of the tragic death of Heidi Swapp’s 16 year old son Cory on July 10th. My family joins the entire scrapbook industry in sending its love and support to the Swapp family at this difficult time.

If you’d like to share your message of support with the Swapp family, two different options are available. Becky Higgins is coordinating a collection of 4×4 cards to be placed into albums for the family, and Persnickety Prints is accepting mail at their address for the Swapps as well. (The address is in the graphic below.)

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New Products. While Heidi is taking some time off to deal with the loss of her son, the Heidi Swapp media team has taken over running the social media promotion for Heidi’s recently announced big product launch at Target. The DIY Marquee line is debuting in Target stores. The products appear similar to the Marquee letters previously released under Heidi’s brand, but are made of plastic instead of paper. Continue Reading →

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Layout | We Are Family

Now that my new creative space is finally completed and functional (photos coming soon), I’m able to create much more again! The first thing I whipped out in my new space was this layout, inspired by both the precious photo and the fabulous new Park Bench collection from Fancy Pants Designs. Also, I wanted to take my new Silhouette Portrait out for another run. I love my new toy!

We Are Family by Nancy Nally

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From Trend to Staple | Decorative Tape and Baker’s Twine

Trends have come and gone ever since the advent of modern scrapbooking, but sometimes a trend sticks around long enough to move out of the fad stage and become a staple. We’ve seen it happen with many supplies and motifs over the years (clouds, woodgrain, and bling are just a few examples). Thinking back to what I saw at CHA Winter 2012, it’s apparent two more once trendy supplies have firmly cemented their staplehood: baker’s twine and decorative or washi tape. These two items were found in many, many booths on the CHA Winter 2012 show floor and will be plentiful this season on store shelves.

You know an item has become a staple when We R Memory Keepers adds it to their lineup of basic embellishments. This season both tape and twine join the ranks of brads and other staple items on We R’s rainbow wall of embellishments.

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Noteworthy | 3.16.2012

Now halfway through March, both Easter and St. Patrick’s Day holiday, as well as floral, spring, rainy day, and other seasonal subjects are popping up on blogs everywhere. Inspiration is plentiful, and lots of exciting things are going on.

The Pink Paislee blog is always full of inspiration, what I really enjoyed this week is the gold, cream, and green “color crush” series they have had this week. This card and decorated tin by design team member Jess Mutty really stood out for me. Her use of a wide mix of products by Pink Paislee as well as the color and metallic mediums she used to accent her project really caught my eye. Continue Reading →

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Trend | Buttons

It’s hard to call buttons a trend, as they’ve been a staple for many years in scrapbooking. What I will say is that buttons were going new creative places and popping up in all kinds of interesting ways at this CHA show. Today I am going to take a look at some of the exciting new offerings that were seen at CHA.

The photo above is from the Crate Paper booth, a company that is known for their amazingly detailed and beautiful offerings, and they’ve added some new designs into their mix this show as well.

Here are four new fantastic neutral button sets. Clockwise from top left we have Wendy Vecchi Studio 490 for Blossom Bucket, We R Memory Keepers, Jillibean Soup, and Basic Grey. I really like the unique textures and designs of each set, as well as the fact that they are neutral so they will work with any colors. Continue Reading →

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