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Design Team Call

ALTERED PAGES -- DESIGN TEAM CALL is an online store with products and kits.  We're looking for positive, energetic, creative individuals with a passion to share our collage sheets with other products carried in our store to fill positions for Blogging Artists, Video Artist and Kit Design Artists.  

TERM: 6 months


*2 posts per month on Altered Pages blog and your blog using Altered Pages products and products we cross promote.  Posts scheduled to go live on blog at 12AM PST - preschedule posts if possible.  

One new project for one of your posts each month with a supply list and links to projects on the Altered Pages website.  A second post may be a new project or a post that showcases tools, products or techniques using Altered Pages products with links back to Altered Pages website. Your choice. It doesn't matter which is your first or second post, a project or tool/technique. 

We also are looking for a member of our team to create videos.  Six tutorial videos for the Altered Pages blog,   This member will submit one video post per month using Altered Pages products and products we cross promote.  the monthly video should be no longer than 10 minutes. Post your video on your personal blog and Altered Pages on your scheduled dates. The Video Artist will also create one video each quarter for The Mailbox Muse Kit.

We also are looking for team member/s to design kits. These kits will be listed on with the Artists name attached. The kits will include some Altered Pages products including collage sheets with step out instructions.   This member will be required to do one kit every other month.  Once the kit is approved, post one picture of the kit as a teaser on Altered Pages Facebook and your personal blog to promote the kit on your scheduled day of the month.    Kits will be submitted to Jean Moore on the 1st Tuesday of each month. 

Provide a headshot and short bio
*Participate actively promoting Altered Pages on Facebook and Twitter weekly
*Promote Altered Pages in artistic/crafting forums and groups
*Post your projects on Altered Pages Pinterest Boards 

*Promoting Altered Pages is the main mission of this Design Team. Please enter your projects in challenges, join swaps and/or submissions to magazines or Ezines using our collage sheets and products giving the company exposure with links where possible.  

What to Expect from Altered Pages:
*A selection of at least 10 digital collage sheets emailed each month, a $17.50 value.
*Additional digital collage sheets can be requested during your term, value $1.75 ea
*Welcome product package value will vary
*Free product from companies we cross promote 
*Promotion of you and link to your blog on Altered Pages 
*Private Facebook group for the Design Team members only
Design Team discount for all products sold on Altered Pages.  Note: If items are on sale you will receive the greater discount, not both. 

Apply Email to 
Please Send
Your contact information name, physical address, phone number and email address
Blog Address 
Facebook Name
What which position on the Design Team are you applying for?
Why you would like to be on the Altered Pages design team?
Current and/or Past Design Teams - no past experience is required 
Short Bio
Direct links to photos/projects on your blog that best feature your work. (Do not email pictures)

Most importantly have fun creating as an Altered Pages Design Team member!  We realize life happens and sometimes, we would appreciate an email if you will not have something for a particular post/deadline.  If you miss more than 2 posts or deadlines and haven't contacted us, you will be removed from the Design Team as this is unfair to the other members of the Design Team. 

If you think you've got what it takes, please send us your information. 

Questions may be emailed


Alteredpages began in 2003 just for collage sales. Jean purchased AP in 2010 and has expanded the product lines, revamped the website and added new designers. Our goal is to provide the very best service and products.

We always try to buy American where possible and encourage use of recycled, safe and non-toxic products.

Thanks for visiting our blog and our website.

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