24 November 2008

Kadoodle Blog Candy and Design Team Call

Hi again, this week 'Weatherboard Cottage' is the Blog Candy at Kadoodle. If you fancy a chance at winning this stamp, leave a comment on the Kadoodle blog. Good luck!

Here's an excert from the Kadoodle blog:


Kadoodle is looking for dedicated crafters willing to join our team

for 6 months

** January - June 2009**


Europe, USA, Canada and Australia

Every 6 to 8 weeks, our DT members will receive a kit with a selection of Kadoodle stamps, papers and embellishments to make some samples. We will require the selected DT members to make and send us 3 to 5 cards/pages per kit (more if they want). These will be used as samples for the blog and the shop and might also be used for publication.

If you would like to apply, please email us 3 (and 3 ONLY) of your latest cards/pages using coloured images along with a few words about yourself:

- your name and address

- your blog address

- also tell us if you belong to any forum or other DT team, if you ever take part in challenges or have ever been published and any other information you think might be relevant.

Please send all the information and cards


DECEMBER 1st 2008



We will make a first selection and ask those entries to be sent by post for the final selection.

Applicants must be able to speak and write in English



Marlou said...

hi chris, just catching up on all your wonderful cards you have been making, I love them all :) and love your festive background on your blog :) x

Donna said...

Chris, I so love this little scene and the way you have hi-lighted the colour on the cottage in the middle, that's where I'd like to spend Christmas lol :) Donna x

Judy's Crafty Moments said...

what a fab card! I love the background papers! I have left you something on my blog because you are such a sweet and generous blogger!
Judy x

Jami {sgtStamper} said...

Too cute!! Love the little sold sign out front!!

hugs, Jami

Carolyn Bounds said...

BEAUTIFUL!!! I love how the "sold" house is colored with bright and cheerful colors! It is as if the house is smiling because it will now contain a new family and will once again become a home:o) It also signifies the attainment of a dream...owning one's first home. How very touching and oh so lovely!!