THE TEAM’S TOP TIPS FOR EN­TRIES!

Mollie Makes - - Handmade Awards - Lind­sey Newns, Com­mis­sion­ing Ed­i­tor

Team Mol­lie share what they’re look­ing for when short­list­ing the Pin­ter­est board en­tries…

“Use your board de­scrip­tion to share what you do, telling us all about you and your brand. This space is where you can re­ally sell your­self, so don’t miss out on the op­por­tu­nity! Add as much in­for­ma­tion as pos­si­ble, tell us your story, and make sure to clearly list the cat­e­gories you want to en­ter.”

Yvette Streeter, Ed­i­tor

“Make sure to in­clude your strong­est images, and don’t just stop at five! You could share your most-liked posts on In­sta­gram, your best-sell­ing prod­ucts – any­thing that re­ally com­mu­ni­cates your work and who you are as a brand.”

Sarah Malone, Art Ed­i­tor

“Think about what makes you dif­fer­ent from other creatives in your cat­e­gory, and use your en­try to show­case that. I know it can feel awk­ward pro­mot­ing your­self, so ask friends and fam­ily what they’d say to cham­pion you!”

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