Tuesday, February 2, 2010

The Beary Scrap Design Team Call!

Hiya friends, thanks for popping in today! While I work on my Michelle Perkett Studio blog hop project, I thought I'd let you know about my very special friend Kimm and her Design Team Call!

First, let me tell you a little about Kimm's store. The Beary Scrap is a brick-and-mortar (in Shavertown, PA) and online shop that sells great papers like Basic Grey, Bazzill, Flair Designs, Kaisercraft, Little Yellow Bicycle, Cosmo Cricket, Dream Street and loads more. You'll find tons of fun embellishments including Flower Soft, Bo Bunny, Prima and Doodlebug. She carries great mediums including Copics, Tim Holtz Distress inks, Glimmer Mist, Stickles and Colorbox Chalk inks.

Kraftin'Kimmie and Stampavie Stamps are in the house, as well as Spellbinders. You'll also find adhesives like Scor-Tape and Glue Glider, as well as everything you will need to make the adorable and very popular Tear Bears.

Kimm at The Beary Scrap taught me how to make these adorable bears and has tons of supplies and freebies to help you out, too. Nowadays, she has acrylic patterns to help make the project easier, and even has a Tear Dog called Oliver. He's too cute!

So, on to the Design Team Call! Entry deadline has been extended through Saturday, February 6th. The new design Team will be announced Monday, February 8th, and the 6-month term begins March 1st. Please go to The Beary Scrap Blog for all the details and submission how-to. There is a monthly store voucher *and* a store discount for other purchases. You will need to make 4 projects monthly for the Design Team Blog that includes supplies from The Beary Scrap, as well as participate in and promote TBS store events, contests, blog hops, and challenges on your blog. You're already creating awesomeness, why not do it with TBS?  Read *all* the deets at the blog, and get your submission to Kimm by Saturday night!


1 comment:

stitchy said...

Susan, I have never seen anything so darn cute, wow, that is fantastic how you make them lil bears come to life on paper, so cool...
stitchy xx