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    question about creative team?

    hello everyone,

    I was wondering...is there a link or page that lists out all of the creative team members? How are team members selected? What are their formal "duties", apart from making cool lo's? Do they get paid? Hope these aren't weird ?'s...I'm just curious about how it all works!

    I love the creative team here...you all make such great lo's for inspiration.

  2. Hi Jennifer!
    You can find the Designer Digitals Team page at the very bottom of the long list of different galleries and challenge galleries.

    Here's the link to the Creative Team page:
    http://www.designerdigitals.com/digi...ry.php?cat=585

    What I can tell you for sure is that we are the luckiest people on the planet to be on the team here at DD.
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    Hey, thanks for the info about the designer page. I'm enjoying browsing through it. I had no idea there were so many of you!!

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    WOW there is a bunch of you! Lucky girls = )


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    formal duties include doting on the designers with pedicures, holding those really big feathered fans while they recline and design fabulous products from the comfort of their chaise, fetching their drinks (and rotel) and occasionally offering massages.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wendymck View Post
    formal duties include doting on the designers with pedicures, holding those really big feathered fans while they recline and design fabulous products from the comfort of their chaise, fetching their drinks (and rotel) and occasionally offering massages.

    Ha ha I wish! Are you offering Wendy? I could do with a pedicure right now

  7. Quote Originally Posted by wendymck View Post
    formal duties include doting on the designers with pedicures, holding those really big feathered fans while they recline and design fabulous products from the comfort of their chaise, fetching their drinks (and rotel) and occasionally offering massages.

    Wow! Where do I sign up to be a designer ?

  8. Wendy!! Yes, we are slaves to their every whim!

    and I love your quick comeback, SoBlessed!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lynn G View Post
    Ha ha I wish! Are you offering Wendy? I could do with a pedicure right now
    sure lynn, come on over and i'll hook ya up!
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  10. Better yet, Lynn . . . send me a ticket. I'll come to you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wendymck View Post
    formal duties include doting on the designers with pedicures, holding those really big feathered fans while they recline and design fabulous products from the comfort of their chaise, fetching their drinks (and rotel) and occasionally offering massages.
    you have my appointment down for 8am July 18th before CHA, right???! LOL!

    oh and the drinks will need to be fetched at 5pm
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    oh and the drinks will need to be fetched at 5pm
    Which 5pm? It is 5 o'clock somewhere...

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    Wendy? My drink is empty...snap to willya?!?!?
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    You want a good drink for them Wendy. Try a Creme Brulee Martini. Mmmmm. They will be so darn creative!!

    Think I will have one this weekend.

  15. Erin a "Creme Brulee Martini"...??! They sound yum, you have GOT to tell me how to make one of those..I'm having friends round for dinner tomorrow and this will solve the what to have for the aperitif and dessert problem in one!!?

    Fiona

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    They are awesome, Fiona!! My husband makes them for me (we had them out once and he recreated them at home for me). When family comes over, all the woman want creme brulee martinis!

    1 part Vodka, 1 Part Bailey Irish Cream and 1/2 part Buttershots (go easy on the buttershots as they quickly overtake the drink).

    Enjoy!

  17. The Vodka and the Baileys I have, had to Google the Buttershots but can hopefully track it down tomorrow! Just know my friends will love them! Who would have thought I would have solved my "what shall we drink tomorrow night" dilemma at DD. Just another reason to LOVE this place!

    Thank you so much Erin.

    Fiona

  18. Quote Originally Posted by ptknox View Post
    Wendy? My drink is empty...snap to willya?!?!?
    sure thing miss pattie....now, that was mad dog right?
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    Wow, Erin, that sounds so yum. Thx for the tip.
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  20. Yum!! I have never had the martini, but a shot of buttershots with a thin topping of baileys...tastes just like the butterscotch hard topping from the dairy queen....we call 'em: bottom bouncers
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    Cassie, You've been holding out on me. . . I had no idea you guys were so special. I just thought you LIKED being on the team.
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    Fiona, let me know how they like it! Has always gone over well in our house.

    De Anna and Kathie, try it! Even better than it sounds. IMHO.

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