Wow. What a response we had to our very first Creative Team call for Jot. The standard was incredibly high. It’s exciting to see such high quality, thoughtful, considered work from so many people passionate about documenting the everyday and celebrating life in their paper crafting. So we have narrowed the field to 21 finalists. Yep. TWENTY ONE! That’s just over double the amount of
Sometimes you see something (for me, its usually something on Pinterest!) and it jumps out at you begging to made. Like, drop everything. Right now. And start making. This little project was one of those projects. I spotted it via Nathalie’s Leonelli’s blog who spotted it here on the Little Lovelies blog who found it here >> the original source — The Twirling Betty blog.
This challenge has now closed. Congratulations to our winner, Natalie Elphinstone and thank you to our sponsor, Raquel Bowman from APOCD. It’s Mood Board time and we are up to challenge number FIVE! Already!! This week we bring you bright summery yellows and pretty pinks! Yeah, I know we have had pinks and yellows and blues and greens and browns together but this time, I
You may have noticed throughout the magazine, we had some link backs to our Jot website challenge page on some of our projects. I LOVE the idea of Jot Magazine being interactive and we invite you, our readers, to join in the fun. If you make anything or are inspired by any of the projects in Issue 2 — we would love to see your
Wow. I am speechless. The response to Jot has been, well, totally overwhelming, thrilling, exciting, sensational and insane! In just two days we have had over 100,000 impressions (and that number is rising all the time) — this means that over 100,000 people clicked on Jot via our website, a thumbnail on facebook or via a link on someone’s blog or message board or via
This challenge has now closed. Congratulations to our winner – Emma Clark and thank you to our sponsor – Scrapbook Divas. It’s Mood Board time and we are up to challenge number FOUR! This week we bring you aquas, crisp white and splashes of red. Image source credits: 1. Martha Stewart colored colanders here. 2. Jasna Jane Kovic kitchen, via Flickr here. 3. White tissue
I am thrilled to introduce to you our very first issue of our new paper crafting publication for the modern day memory keeper. I give you JOT MAGAZINE. We want to make Jot Magazine as interactive as possible so there’s plenty of clickable links there for you to explore. We are also excited to announce that in each issue, we will link up a challenges
We want to make Jot Magazine as interactive as possible. In each issue you will find fun ideas to challenge and inspire you — make something for one of our challenges and we would love to see it here in our Show And Tell Gallery. Below we list our challenges from issue 1 of the magazine. We would love to see your work! Simply blog
Announcing The Jot Project. Our search is on. We need 5 Jot Creative Team Members. While I have my Support Team girls Lisa Pate, Mel Nunn, Sheree Forcier, Mardi Winen, Yvette Adams and Janelle Wind who have been with me for a very long time and will continue to work on both magazines, workshops and the EtzClub, it’s become necessary as my business is growing,
This challenge has now closed. Congratulations to our winner, Lauren Hender and thank you to our sponsor, Scrappy Kapers. We are loving these Mood Board challenges. Here’s our Mood Board 3. So, this week, I bring you a rainbow of colours! Bright pinks, sunshine yellows, jade green, blues and whites. Think spots, polka dots, stripes and patterned all mixed up together. Think happy. Think bright.