Paper Hugs and Die Cut Dreams

Tuesday, August 2, 2011

kaBoks CT Call

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What we are looking for:
- digital crafters (scrapbooking, art journals....)
- card makers (both traditional, hybrid and digital)
- scrapbookers (both traditional, hybrid and digital)

We are also looking for 1-3 traditional crafters with no or little experience in hybrid/digital craft. These crafters will be documenting their “journey” into a new world using blog posts, tutorials and videos.

We would also like to get applications to a CT manager position.

The team members will be required to:
- create a minimum of 4 projects every month uploaded to the kaBoks blog and private blog (Subject to change depending on number of members)
- host contests/challenges on the kaBoks blog (No. of
challenges depends on number of members)
- create tutorials or videos of projects/techniques (two
projects during the 6 month period, this could be a tutorial on one of the required projects)
- create blog posts featuring techniques /inspiration/
- participate in challenges
- promote kaBoks and the designers on their blog and elsewhere
- upload creations to our public gallery

  • Name
  • Address
  • Phone Number
  • E-mail Address
  • Link to your blog
  • List of forums and galleries that you frequent
  • List of current Design/Creative Team positions (Team experience is not required)
  • Tell us why you want to join.

About kaBoks....

kaBoks is a new online store with digital/hybrid products. The Grand Opening is on the 30th of September, and by that time we will be needing quite a few crafters on our creative team.

the kaBoks philosophy:
The whole idea behind kaBoks is that anything is allowed. We want to break down the lines between the different types of scrapbooking. kaBoks will be a store that will create a bridge between traditional and digital scrapbooking. We also want to offer a wide range of products that will target different religions, ethnicities and languages. We ´ll also be adding a special department in our store called "kiddy scrap". I think it will be fun for all of us to be able to play with some less "serious" products aimed at crafting for kids!

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