Friday, May 4, 2007

My BBQ scrapbooking line is in the catalog!

Here it is! My BBQ paper pack, acrylic stamps, epoxy stickers and sticky ribbon! The first two shots are from the Fun Expressions home page, they show some projects and the latest catalog cover (I did the cover).
I'm super excited, even though the paper shot does not show the whole kit, but I've let someone know and hopefully they'll replace that picture online.
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This stuff is only available at orientaltrading.com (search: barbeque)
Scrap your summer family picnics and reunions! Have fun, let me know what you think!
Here's a link to sign up for the catalog
http://surveys.orientaltrading.com/pdc_data/expressions.htm

6 comments:

M. Patrizio said...

WOW! That is so cool! I dream one day to have my designs out there like this! It looks great!

Jill said...

Thanks! I'll have a couple more sets coming out this year. It's definately my favorite part of my job. :)

Denise said...

wow congrats you have an awesome job!
I would like to make designs for a company one day ^_^

can you send me a link for the catalog? or i just go to that website?

Jill said...

Hi Denise!
You can get to the OTC scrap page from my blog under "Where I work"
and there's a catalog sign-up on the right side of the page about half way down. I'll add a link to my blog, too.
Hope you see this, I'd send it to ya but your profile is private.

Thanks so much for stopping by my lil blog. :)

BunnyKissd said...

OMG! I got this catalog in the spring (naturally) and loved the BBQ stuff. Of course I was broke, but I kept the pages hoping I could find it online somewhere later, and lo and behold look what I find! The creator! Awesome! So how did it happen? How do you get a job designing a paper, etc. for Oriental Trading?

Jill said...

Hi there!
I was pretty lucky landing this job, as it's in my hometown. I went to art school and worked as a designer for 4 years at a print company. Decided I could use a change so I started looking for a new job and this one kinda just landed in my lap. I was hired to design for Hands on Fun but I get to do other things once in awhile, like scrapbooking. :)
I love hearing from people who like my designs!