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March Competition Winner

Hi everyone,

Well as promised I am here to announe the winner of the competition. It was a close one and we ended up with a tie between card 10 made by Pam, and card 6 made by Rhonda. I couldn't decide between the two, so the girls at Saturday's class had the deciding vote.

The winner was....


Congratulations Pam. Your $20 voucher will be ready for you next time you come into the store.

Pam's card is a beautiful sympathy card made using the new Spellbinders Romantic Rectangles and Spellbinders Crosses Two. A lot of work has gone into the card and even the inside is decorated beautifully.

This is the inside of Pam's card.

As I said Rhonda's card tied with Pam's and again it's a beautiful card (they all were though). Rhonda has used a lime green glitter paper for the background and the flowers started out white, and were spritzed with Glimmer Mist to make them pink. The butterfly is from Marianne Designs. A beautiful card and soooo close Rhonda!

Thank you again to everyone who entered. Here are the rest of the cards...

Card 1

Card 2

Card 3

Card 4
(isn't that little frog just gorgeous!)

Card 5

Card 7

Card 8

Card 9

Card 11

The inside of Pam's card

Thanks again to everyone who entered and I wish I could give you all a prize as all of the cards are great.


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