"how can you tell some one is over committed", good question, some girls don't work and have many hour of crafting in a week, but I will tell you that the way I can tell is the quality of their work, simple really, if they are hashed their work suffers, its easy to tell the difference between a card that has been thrown together to meet a deadline to to fill a post on the blog against a card that has been made with thought and love. I spend so many hour blog hopping in a week I'm cross eyed by Friday!
BUT there are many girls out there that handle everything fantastically, I don't know how they do it, I admire their work and their ability to give 100% to all they do.
I have seen it more times that I can count, artists and crafters take on too much and the work that made them popular suffers. When looking at a new blog, I go beyond the first page, when you work backwards its easy to spot a shift in style and quality of work.
Another pointer was regarding members of our own DT's, well as you know Gayle has just started the hard job of captain and I am sure there will be many changes as soon as she finds her feet. At the moment the DT are all busy with the next release but we hope to have a fresh start with the addition of some new team members, new rules, contracts and many deadlines very soon.
Our girls will have to work hard and for that to work they truly have to LOVE our stamps and commit to us and we intend to commit to them. We have a fantastic team but we all need a change now and then and I agree once your heart is not in it, its time to move on.
But for some fun, how about you mark in your calender and join in the community spirit for which Sugar Nellie is best know for. Find us on Face book; SUGAR NELLIES group or "like" our page SUGAR NELLIE, or just hang about here and see what goes down. Better put the kettle on while we wait because its
What do you see, knitted socks with bells on and fur trim. Oh now what could that be?
off to work now, catch you later