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Back in December I was reading the creative team calls at I have not done a lot of digiscrapping in a few years and thought that if I applied for a team that I would get back in the swing of it and start scrapping again.
When you're chosen for a team you need to send a link to your most complete up to date gallery of layouts. Since I haven't scrapped much in a couple of years I knew that my gallery didn't have much to show.
I found a call for a position on a hybrid team at Gingerscraps. I was interested in that position because I've been doing projects for awhile now. I decided that I would send a link to my gallery and a link to my blog. I got the call and was invited to join the creative hybrid team at Gingerscraps.
I'm still learning my way around the forums but I have found it to be a very friendly, welcoming place.
I invite you to check it out! I'm excited about using digital kits with my new Cameo cutting machine!
I'm also getting a few digital layouts made too. Who knows---maybe I'll catch up with layouts in 2012!
The forum also has a challenge for project 365/52 which may be just the boost that I need for this year.
Many other challenges can be found in the forum too.


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