Tuesday, 28 July 2015

Temporary Design Team Members Wanted!

Hi everybody! I hope you are enjoying the sun, if you're getting any anyway.

Due to a few members of my Design Team being on holiday and moving home I have decided to have a temporary DT call. I am looking for a one or two enthusiastic individuals to join my current design team for the next six weeks. Temporary DT members will be required to produce one project per week that they also must post on their blog with details on how they created the piece and the materials used. If you are interested in joining the team on a temporary basis and can start right away please keep reading.

Who can apply?

Anybody can apply but you must be committed and reliable.If it is not possible for you to produce one project per week for the next 6 weeks please do not apply. Each temporary member will need to post their projects/blog link to the Jiggery Makery Facebook page on a specific day given (decided once you are on the team). Each member should have a blog to showcase their makes and to share links to the Jiggery Makery Facebook page and Etsy shop on. Members being active on social media is a must.

What skills do I need?

Colouring skills are paramount as I want my digi stamps shown off as the best they can be but as for projects they can be anything as long as my girls can be clearly seen. Projects could include cards, scrapbook pages, wall art, art journals, bunting . . . etc. There is a lot of creative freedom allowed, but all work must be of a high standard and a good quality of finish.

What about images?

Photos must be crisp, clear and high quality. Minimal amounts of filters should be used, if any. Photographs should be watermarked with the maker’s details (I always recommend this as once an image is online anyone can use it) and the Jiggery Makery Facebook Page web address or links should be posted along with the images somewhere underneath.

What about networking?

You need a blog of your own, that you post to regularly. The blogs themselves would preferably describe the making of the project in a step-by-step manner detailing the techniques used. Other products may be used of course in the making of the project but the digi stamp must be the main focus.

Other networking duties will include regularly liking/sharing/posting/commenting on the Jiggery Makery Facebook page, as well as promoting any challenges/competitions over the next six weeks.

Let’s recap!

So I’m looking for people:
. Who are available for the next 6 weeks
. Who can start right away
· With A Current Blog that they are regularly posting on
· Who will network regularly on the Jiggery Makery Facebook page
· Who will promote Jiggery Makery where possible
· Who will frequently put links to both the page and the shop in their blog posts
· Who are able to work with digital stamps
· Who will create physical projects (digital crafters may still apply but traditional techniques are preferred)
· Who create projects of a high standard
· Who are able to take clear photos of projects
· Who stay on schedule
· Who are enthusiastic and committed
· Who are creative of course
· And who genuinely like working with my digital stamps

Permissions and the contract

You will grant me permission to use the image(s) of your creations in the promotion of Jiggery Makery products. The permission would include but not be limited to use in the shop, on the blog and on the Facebook page. Wherever an image is used you will be given credit as the designer.

By being accepted into the design team as a temporary member you agree do all that is stated above. You will be rewarded with plenty of digital stamps and a badge for your blog but you must be dedicated and proactive.

To apply

Please send an email to adelebradwell01@gmail.com by midnight on the 2nd of August with a few examples of your work and a brief paragraph about yourself. You should include a link to your blog and any other networking site you post creative projects on.

Thats everything, I look forward to hearing from you. Take care!

The Facebook Page:  https://www.facebook.com/jiggerymakery

The Shop:  https://www.etsy.com/uk/shop/JiggeryMakery

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