Monday, June 15, 2015

Winner Challenge #75

Hello everyone,

it is time to announce the winner of our last challenge. 

We've had 128 wonderful entries for our "butterflies" challenge and Random chose the winners.

The winner of the gift cert. from Stamp and Create is
number 92;

which is Jane from The Craft Bucket,
with this gorgeous creation.

And our winner of the gift certificate from Wild Orchid Crafts is
number 4;

which is Lucy Patrick,
with this wonderful creation. 

Please contact me to claim your price and put "Winner Challenge #75" into your subject line! (Email-address is in the side bar).


Challenge #76 - ribbon & pearls

Hello everyone!
Thank you all for entering our "butterflies" challenge. There had been some really amazing entries... I will post the winners later on today, so come back to see who the winners are. I have some more sad news though  -  our teamie Agnieszka has left our team as well now. So we're short 2 people now... We will miss her wonderful creations, but we also wish her all the best for the future... 

Summer is fully here now and we have temperatures up to 30°C, so I spent a lot of time outside in the garden now, but I am also happily crafting in the evenings. So I hope that you also have time to craft a bit and will join us in our challenge  -  this month we would like to see your creations with "ribbon & pearls".

I've also got 2 very generous sponsors for this challenge, which are
who's offering a $12 voucher to the winner


is offering 2 images of winner's choice

Welcome to the brilliantly bizarre brain of Dr. Digi's House of Stamps.  Here you will find monsters, aliens,
odd balls and Dundertons as well as many many more wonderful digital stamps for the crafter with a sense

of humour.

Here are the inspiration projects of the team for you...
It would be nice if you could visit their blogs and leave some nice words for them.


using Witchy Wilma


using Bundles of Joy

using Blunder Woman


using Witchy Wilma


 using Mystic Mabel

Rachel Taylor
using Mystic Mabel


using Brünnhilde


using Wired for Sound