Winners: Paste Challenge

You know what time it is – spotlights and voucher winner time!

We have three beautiful projects in the spotlight today :

#45 Kerstin F wows with steam punk creativity. Sandra says: Ohh wow this steampunk tag is really gorgeous! Love the picture in it! Amazing!

#55 Macarena
impressed with her use of paste. Tracy says: wonderful decorated box with wonderful details and texture. I love the dressform and weathered clock combined and all the layers she has added to give a wonderful tactile piece. Fabulous use of paste too.

#93 Ana K uses texture and paste beautifully on her creation. Ashli says- not only does her use of texture paste set off all of the gorgeous layers, but the entire piece is just so creatively stunning!

Congratulations to this week’s spotlight winners! You can email May (may.flaum(at)gmail. com) for the code to our spotlight badge.

Now, speaking of codes, it’s time to talk about the winner of the $50 voucher!


Each week we draw (using random generator) a winner from our entries in the challenge. This week the lucky winner is:

#103 Jane

Congratulations! Email May (may.flaum (at) gmail. com) within the next two weeks to claim your voucher!

A big thank you to Simon Says Stamp for sponsoring such a generous prize each and every week here on the Monday challenge blog! Also I’d like to thank everyone who participates in the challenges – seeing your creations is always such fun and we love how you take our challenges and make them your own each week.

  1. Wow, two of my favourite bloggers spotlighted in one place! And macarena’s make is gorgeous too! Well done, ladies! Huge congrats! Very well deserved!

    Claudia x

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