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April Competition Winner

When I said I might keep you all in suspense for the weekend, I didn't really mean it...honest! As it turned out after class on Saturday I didn't have time to get on the computer to let you all know the winner. I'm so sorry :( But I took photos of all of the cards this morning and I can tell you that we actually had a 3 way tie. Card 10 by Pat and cards 14 & 16 by Rhonda all tied with 4 votes each. I couldn't decide between them (they are all so beautiful), so I got the 3 girls who were there at the draw on Saturday to help decide the winner.

SO...without further ado, here is the winner....


with card number 10.
Congratulations Pat. Your $20 gift voucher is waiting in store for you.

The rest of the entries are below but can I just say ladies, thank you SO MUCH for all your hard work and effort. The cards were just amazing and I do appreciate you all taking the time to make these cards and enter the competition. I love seeing what you all come up with each month and I'm glad you have accepted the challenge each time.

Here are the other cards...

1 - Glenda

2 - Maralene

3 - Glenda

4 - Maralene (who was 2nd with 3 votes)

5 - Glenda

6 - Sharon

7 - Jean (fantastic first card entered for Jean)

8 - Pat

9 - Pam

 11 - Pam

12 - Pat

13 - Pat

14 - Rhonda

15 - Sharon

The inside of Sharon's card

16 - Rhonda

Thanks again everyone for joining in the fun.


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