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Showing posts from June, 2018

Creative Team Lead - Niccole Kulig

So a lot has been happening over here at BDD but I am excited to announce that Niccole Kulig will be joining our team as our new team lead! Niccole has been with our company from the beginning, first as a guest designer, then on our GKC team with her daughter Viv, and now as our team lead. I am excited to have her joining us, and not just for the wine (she works at a winery and this is fabulous)! Niccole has been a joy on our team, always taking on every challenge or assignment with enthusiasm! Also, you will get to see both Niccole and me at Junkiefest together!

Please make sure you congratulate her and be on the lookout for all the awesome things she is bringing to Beth Duff Designs!

Love, Beth

You Are Amazing - Unicorn Farts Wobbler

You are Amazing 

I used Beth Duff Designs Unicorn Farts stamp set for this card.

I die cut my base panels using Lawn Fawn dies  and some great patterned paper I just got.

I clear heat embossed my unicorn and  colored it with copic markers.

I stamped a sentiment on my top panel.

I attached my unicorn with a mini wobbler. . .  I love these things!

So cute!!

I added my panels to my card base. I added a few white stars to finish my card  and I love it!!
Quick, Easy and Super cute card!
Thank you so much for stopping by! Now, Get Out There and Create Something Amazing!!

Unicorn Farts Easel Card

Unicorn Farts Easel Card

Hello! Fawn here, sharing with you a new card fold that I decided to try out. I created this easel card using  Beth Duff Designs Unicorn Farts stamp set.

For this easel card I started with my card base that was 4.25x12, Then it needs to be scored to create the flap for the acetate strip

The card base gets scored at 5.5, 8.5, 9 and 9.5 inches

The first fold is at the 5.5 score line, creating the card base.

Next you fold the three extra scores. First you fold the middle score up and the bottom and the  top score get folded down or into the card

This is what your fold should look like when you are done. The little valley is where we will put score tap and attach the acetate strip.

Creative Team Lead Call

Hey guys! Beth Duff Designs is on the look out for a talented individual who would love to join our team! We are in need of a creative team lead!

What we are looking for is the following:

An energetic, organized person who has no problem leading a team. Someone who would be interested in staying with us for a long time. Someone who has no other creative or design team requirements. We have discovered that leading a team is a full time job! Someone who is tech savvy and is familiar with Google tools, drive, blogger, and Shopify! We would love to get someone in the position as soon as possible but will be leaving the call open until we find the perfect person!

Your responsibilities will be:

Tracking of deadlines
Delegating responsibilities
Handling creative team concerns
General management

*You have the option to create for us, but it is not required as this is a BIG job.

Your rewards will be:

My eternal gratefulness
40% off all BDD product
2 Free physical stamp sets per re…

Little Aussie Trio

Hi!  My name is Tania and I am part of the Beth Duff Design team.    Todays share is a set from Beth Duff Designs .  It is one of the many digital sets she has.  This one is Australia.  And since I live here I thought I would have some fun with this one. 

First I printed off the images needed.  I did end up printing 2 more of just the koala so I could colour the leaves and cut them out to use on the other 2 cards. 
The square frame is from Memory Box.  The bokeh background is actually an old SU paper (I know I cheated!  Hehe).  I did pop the sentiments (Clearly Besotted) and the patterned paper.  When I say pop I mean I used foam mount tape.  Pop sounds so much better than "now use your foam mount tape" lol. 
The card bases are 3" square.  Little notecards for just that little something extra.  I sponged some blue ink onto white card to use as a background.  The frame and the card are SU Crumb Cake.  Very Australian colour combo I reckon. 

And here is the final resu…

Got Your Back(yard)

Hi everyone!  This is Marcia from The Frolicking Fairy.  I thought it would be a fun personal challenge to color with my Prismacolor Premier Colored Pencils.  I mostly use Copic alcohol markers but I do love the look of pencil in some situations, and I felt like the images in Beth Duff Designs's digital set Got Your Back(yard) would look amazing colored with pencils on kraft paper. I cropped, adjusted and printed my sentiments and images onto my kraft cardstock using my inkjet printer.  Then, I started coloring!  I made three cards from this set and adore each of them.   The moss was created using German & Mica Flitter that I found in my stash. The final card is somewhat of a bonus.  I think I colored these two wee mushrooms for the "light up my lawn" card, but forgot upon assembly.  So, a clean and simple card gave them a home!  The sentiment is from Hero Arts and the dimension frame from Waffle Flower. Have you colored on kraft yet?  I loved watching the images br…

Summer is Here!

Summer time is here and we are so excited. It is with some sadness that we say goodbye to a few design team members from spring. We are so thankful to Shannon M., Brianna L., and our guests from May, Adam K. and Christine G!
Shannon did some amazing bible journaling with several of our stamp sets but my favorite is the one she did with our "I'd Rather Be Glamping" set! Brianna has done some awesome work as well. I'm especially in love with her coloring and you may see some of her work in the future in some of our products! **hint hint: she colors our stickers!** She did this adorable bunny card for a challenge we had back in March and it's SUPERB!

Christine used several of our sets to make some great planner spreads! She only joined us officially for a month but has been dedicated to helping us since our launch! Check out this fun spread she made with our "On the Farm" digi! Adam joined us a little later in the season but based off the work he did you …