Before I tell you the winners of the last challenge, I have to tell you something about the latest one!
Our current challenge (found here) asks you to make a box, and at least THREE cards to fit into this. It is obviously NOT a card challenge as it has the box with it. The DT found this to be such a fun challenge and we have enjoyed making our container for the three smallish cards, and then making the cards to fit (or visa-versa in my case!) You can tell they enjoyed it because they are all (even mine!) so gorgeous!! We did have a bit of time to think about it, but I will let you into a secret - I made mine only the week before it was due, and I had not really thought about it until I began to construct it. See, it can be done! They also make great gift sets and I know they sell really well for those of you who are commercially minded or who are making for charities.
There are heaps of tutorials available for boxes: lots of beautiful die-cuts out there to add to them if you want, and really, the sky is the limit here. You can repurpose a box/container; make one from scratch or use a template. Paint it, scrap it, decorate it, don't decorate it........whatever, as my granddaughters used to say when they were a bit younger! Just DO IT!
So, please......have a go at this challenge! We have got only a few entries (three as I write this) and it would be a pity if you don't go in this, as there are some great prizes from our lovely sponsors!
Our wonderful Sponsors for this challenge are:
Winner 1 will receive a $12 gift voucher to spend in the shop
Winner 2 will receiver $10 Voucher to spend at the shop Di's Digi Designs
Enough of the advertorial! Back to the program.......
Use your Scrap
( at least 5 different pieces of DP)
Hilde has chosen the winner's as usual, and she was blown away by all that were shared with us on the Linky: such a great lot to chose from again this fortnight! People obviously find the card challenges easier, but the projects are just as much fun and so much more interesting!
Just a note: some people couldn't be considered for prizes because they didn't follow the simple rules we have. Please make sure you read these before entering. For example, this challenge is a CARD challenge - we tend to alternate between projects and straight cards, and Hilde always tells you what it is when the challenge is announced.
4 digis of winners choice
16 Cheryl (the gorgeous 3D effect of the tree and for using the scrap for the borders underneath)
4 Nancy ( I love the way the hearts pop off the card, the LO and the lovely sentiment)
Congratulations Ladies, and please contact use at firstname.lastname@example.org for your prize; don't forget to collect the winners badge off the sidebar and boast loudly! I do when I get mentioned!! (Is that bad?? NOOO! THAT's GOOD!)
Now for our TOP THREE pick from this challenge:
This week Ina has chosen the Top Three - remember, these are not in any particular order. Congratulations go to:
Magaret has punched out lots of baubles here to use up all her stash/scraps
Sammi has layered up her scraps in an exciting format. Love the image too!
Cathy's card is so simple and elegant and she has used up five small pieces of stash - such patience too to tie those bows!
Ladies, your TOP THREE badge is on the side bar - please copy/paste it into your blogs and brag a bit!
Congratulations to you all!