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Smeared and Smudged Design Team

I am SOOOOOO excited!!! I have some awesome news to share! I am on a brand new Design Team! It’s for Smeared and Smudged, which is a place “dedicated to focusing on alternative art styling and unique ways to use rubber stamps. If you enjoy creating art using gothic, alternative, vintage, or out-of-the norm stamp images, you” belong with us!!!

If you’ve been on my blog for more than a day, then you probably realized that I’m not your typical crafter…. I like to do weird, creepy, and out of the ordinary. You won’t find too many super cute and sweet things here. Yeah, I do that stuff sometimes, but my heart belongs to the, well… the strange!

So I am thrilled to be a part of this up and coming group. I would love it if you visited the Smeared and Smudged Blog, and the Smeared and Smudged ning Group.

This is going to be so much fun for me, and I hope that some of you will join this rad group. With this DT, and the TTIC DT, I sure am going to have my hands full (in a good way of course!)… but I will definitely be crankin’ out some awesome stuff!!!

Smeared and Smudged DT Button 1

   Here are the other Design Team gals!

     Jean
     Kathi
     Jenn
     Sarah
     Kelli

Maybe you could stop by and say hi to  them!

So, now I am off to nurse this awful cold that my kids and I are sharing. Have an awesome day!!!

Comments

Erica said…
This is just up your alley (no pun intended!). I am so happy for you and can't wait to see what all you come up with!
margie c said…
Congrats!!! How exciting! I cannot wait to see what y'all will be creeping up to ;)
Donna said…
Ohhhhhhh congrats Ali!!!! You so, so deserve this!! Not only will you rock this design team you are perfect for it!! Well done Honey, Well done!! Can't wait to see what you create....Xx
Jen Shults said…
Ooh! Congrats girl! You are soooo going to rock this. I can't wait to see all the fun and innovative things you make.
Jacqueline said…
YAY!!!! CONGRATS sweetie!!! This is SO perfect for you!! You get to work with some Bomshell girls :D SO proud of you! You will ROCK this! Love and hugs!

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