Work With Me

Alison Day Designs project examples

Want to work with me?

I would love to have the chance to work with brands, businesses, or product designers that would truly connect with my growing readership and social following. My readers enjoy crafting things by hand, paying attention to details, spending time with their families, staying organized, and laughing with good friends over a bottle of wine. They expect honest evaluations and product reviews and that’s what I give them. I only promote products or brands that I have used or personally believe in. Nothing beats personal testimony!

I live in the Lower Mainland and am open to local, national or international clients. I promise to give you my full attention, deliver on time, and follow up in a timely manner to make sure that I have met (and hopefully exceeded) your expectations.

My Passions

I love to write and create. My passion for making pretty things with paper means I get to do both at the same time. My blog allows me to expand the story from the 12×12 layout  or A2 card to as far as I need it to go. Some of the subjects I love to write about are:

  • Memory Keeping (not your Grandma’s scrapbooks any more!)
  • Card Making
  • Party Planning (with three little girls, birthday parties can be a lot of fun to coordinate with fancy invitations and decorations)
  • Parenting Trials (because we can all use a good laugh at ourselves, or a helping hand in a time of need)
  • Meal Prep (I love to cook and have a reputation as a fairly good one – testing new recipes on my family is always a gamble but that’s part of its charm!)

Some available opportunities for us to work together are:

  • Sponsored posts
  • Brand ambassadorship
  • Product reviews and giveaways
  • social media posts
  • Creative Team positions or Guest Posts

Please note that samples do not guarantee a feature on Alison Day Designs.

If you have a product that you feel my readers would be interested in, and are interested in working together, send an email to

2 Responses to Work With Me

  1. Sandra says:

    Hi Alison,

    This maybe isn’t exactly the right place I think to ask you (sorry in advance), but I couldn’t find another way to contact you on this blog. I have a question with regard to where to buy nice card making supplies for a reasonable/cheap price. I’m temporarily living in Montreal and I’d like to create my own Christmas cards. I’ve been making cards for many years, but couldn’t bring my supplies here unfortunately. Therefore, I’m looking for some stores where I can buy the stuff I need. I hope you might be able to help me out! I prefer real offline stores within Montreal above online stores, as the shipping costs make online shopping too expensive mostly (especially as I cannot order a lot, because I can’t bring it home when leaving Canada). However, if you only know some online stores that you recommend, I’d like to hear that as well. I wasn’t able to figure out from which part of Canada you are, so you might not know anything about papercraft stores within Montreal at all, but maybe you know someone else who does. If so, would you like to bring me into contact with that person?

    Thank you in advance,

    Kind regards,

    • daydesigns says:

      Hi Sandra,
      Super sorry for the late reply! As you may be able to tell, I haven’t blogged in ages so didn’t notice your comment until today!
      This advice will be too late for your Christmas card making needs, but maybe I can help you with future projects.
      I subscribe to a card making kit – it’s a monthly kit from a company called Simon Says Stamp (link in my sidebar) and while not a brick and mortar store, their service and products have been excellent. Their price point (considering the Canadian dollar conversion) has also been good. To supplement I do a lot of my shopping at Michael’s. I find their packs of card stock very good quality and their price point excellent. They have quite a large selection of ribbons, stickers, stamps and other things to decorate your cards with too. Look out for coupons and clearance racks/sales!
      Since I do not live in Montreal or anywhere close to you (I’m on the west coast!) I can’t help you with local stores. I’d suggest a Google Search for scrapbook, art supply, or paper crafting stores in your area. They will have a good selection of products as well as possibly crafting groups where you could connect with other locals and learn where they shop. Facebook Groups are also a great place to ask fellow Montrealers (is that what you’re called? LOL!) for their tips.
      Hope this helps! Thanks for asking!!
      Hope 2018 is full of crafting fun!!

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