Sunday, February 7, 2010


We are so excited to extend an invitation to YOU!
The Play Date Cafe Challenge is 3 months old and it is time 
to add new talent to our Design Team.

Do you enjoy playing with color?

Do you enjoy a challenge?

 Do you enjoy being an inspiration to others?

We are looking for a variety of styles.
Cards, layouts, altered art, shabby chic or vintage
retro, grunge, clean and name it!

The term would be for 6 months
Along with creating a weekly project inspired by colors
from your fellow design team,
once a month or so, you would also be responsible for 
choosing color inspiration

We are looking for fun, creative people with a blog
and the capability of taking crisp, clear photos

If you would like to apply, 
please provide the following:

3 creations that show 'who' you are as a designer
A list of your current/past design team experience
(No DT experience necessary)
Your name, address, phone #, email & blog address

Send the photo files and above information to
place DT submission on the subject line


February 28, 2010

The Play Date Cafe is headed in a very, exciting direction!
We have had a number of potential sponsors contact us
along with some other surprises.

We hope you will consider joining our Senior Designers
as we head into the Spring and Summer.

Looking forward to hearing from YOU!


Beedeebabee said...

Hi Sweetie! Sounds exciting! A great opportunity for sure, and I know "working" with you, Sarah and Julie, must be so fun! xoxo Paulette ;)

Something Special said...

I just found your blog. I have been designing for Storytellers Club, this past year or so. You can see my work at this address. I love vintage cardmaking, scrapbooking, sewn items for decor and much more. Everything I do is original. I mean I don't do any scraplifting, so to speak, but love looking at what others do for inspiration always.

Linda said...

I just found your blog thanks to Julie Ranae. I have never been on a design team and would love to give it a try. I have been a crafter for a very long time and had my own business when I stayed home with my children. I went back to teaching and now getting ready to retire at the end of this year. I absolutely love card making. You can take a look at my work at