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DT Call

Hi Friends!  We are having a DT Call here at SBC!   We are coming into our third term and want to expand our team now. It is very exciting to see SBC grow both here and in our Facebook Group in such a short time! This term will be from March to June.

We are looking for DT members who love to share tips, techniques and tutorials. This is a daily "teaching" blog sharing what we love to do with all crafters from beginner to advanced.  We are looking for all types of crafts including paper crafting, sewing, knitting, homemade decor, etc.

If you are interested in joining our DT, please read the requirements below:

~Have an active blog or be willing to start blogging.

~Be willing to make 2-3 monthly tutorial posts ( blog post template will be provided). Have your tutorial projects posted to our DT blog on time, may do written post or you tube video

~Participate in every challenge, projects due prior to challenge announcement. You will have plenty of time to complete your challenge project. (Challenges are 1st, 3rd and 5th Sunday of  the month)

~Comment on challenge participants entries using a number system

~ Promote ScrapBook Blessings Club whenever possible via social media-blogs, Facebook, message boards, twitter, etc.

~ Be organized and follow timelines. We are looking for commitment from our design team members. This is a very active blog and Facebook Group so communication is key.

~ Enjoy having fun with a laid back group of creative people!!

So if that suits you, send your email to: 
subject: SBC DT CALL
-Include your 3-5 favorite creations that show your style 
-your blog address/Facebook page/Pinterest, 
-as well as a little bit about yourself, be sure to include where you are from, 
-list of previous and current design teams 
***we are also looking for one- two Facebook Co-coordinators. So if you love Facebook and are an active member please put in your application that you are interested in this position. You will be given more details. Thank You.

The DT Call will end Feb 22nd. Previous DT experience is not required at all, so please don't be shy to apply. You just need to love being creative and love sharing your work with others!

Hope you have a blessed day and thanks for stopping by,
Sandy- Admin. and


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