Here is a listing of Stamping Groups in which I participate. A Design Team is a stamping group of people that are teamed up to feature a specific project or product for a common purpose. I am grateful to belong in these Design Teams.
Blog Hops are a common method of sharing for a Design Team stamping group. By linking our websites together, anyone can click from one craft project directly to the next project to view all of the content with that common purpose. Whether we are all sharing projects made from a theme or from the same stamp set, Blog Hops and YouTube Video Hops offer viewers a unique form of inspiration.
If you are eager to join your cardmaking blog to a design team, my advice is to get your work out into the craft word and then make inquiries to the Design Teams in which you would like to participate. If you set your mind to this goal, you can achieve it and make it possible. I am blessed to help you in this journey in any way I can. Keep up the great work, stampers!
I am a Design Team member of the What Will You Stamp Challenge Blog and participate in the weekly challenge.
Join us at: WWYS Challenge Blog
I am a Design Team member of the Creating Kindness Blog Hop and participate in the monthly Blog Hop and YouTube Video Hop.
For info, visit us here: www.facebook.com/CreatingKindnessDesignTeam/
I am a member of the Ink & Inspiration Design Team and participate in the monthly challenge and Blog Hop.
I am a member of the Stampin’ Dreams Design Team and participate in the monthly Blog Hop.
I am a member of the One Stamp at a Time Design Team and participate in the monthly Blog Hop.
Being chosen as July 2017 Guest Designer was an awesome experience. It nearly knocked me over when I was asked to stay on board as a member of the Design Team! To participate in the weekly challenges, click the banner above and check out what’s happening.
AddINKtive Designs Team are a group of Demonstrators from around the world that have been selected to create, share and review the phenomenal cardmaking tutorials of Bronwyn Eastley of AddINKtive Designs. Click the photo to visit the tutorials page for AddINKtive Designs.