April 7, 2009

paper crave guest post

Paper Crave has been one of my favorite blog reads, since its inception in 2006. I was totally thrilled when Kristin contacted me about writing a post for her readers, what an honor! Part One, which posted today, is an explanation of a rep's duties. Part Two, will include answers to my most frequently asked industry-related questions. If you have a question you'd like answered, please leave a comment here.

{image via west coast crafty}


  1. Ooh, this post is so apropos! I have been very frustrated lately trying to find more reps, and it's been making me reflect on your complete and utter awesomeness and how lucky I am to have you.

    (Carina DID NOT pay me to write that, I swear!)

  2. You're a keeper, Megan.

    Prepare for me to bust out my stalker moves when/if you move to Portland. You'll rue the day you posted this comment, that's right - rue.

  3. Okay, I don't want to RUE anything. But if that was a typo and you actually meant Roux (I walked past that place and it looked good) then I'm totally down.

  4. Thanks for the information! It's always been something I've been looking to do but didn't know where to start.

  5. Just thought of a question, how does one go about finding a rep?

  6. Thanks for the nice coment on my blog, your blog is very cool, l will come back soon :)

  7. hi, would mind sharing what font you used for your blog header?

    i am making invitations for a shower and it would be perfect!

  8. em ♥ russ -
    The font is called 'Little Days' and the best part is that it's available for FREE at dafont.com

    I have to give a shout-out to Knuckleheaders, who designed my header and blog skin, for introducing me to that font gem.

    megan -
    Okay, I've given up on the whole 'rue the day' thing. I'm way more into hitting up some happy hour cocktails at Roux with some snarky, people watching commentary.