Winners: Journey challenge

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

We have two beautiful projects in the spotlight today:

#50 Stacy has a fantastic how-to on her post as well as an awesome concept for the challenge. Andrea says: Stacy made a completely “out of the box” collage that successfully combined bright colors, black buildings and animal-people riding bikes. It was beautifully unexpected.

#75 Susan has me wishing for a trip to Paris. Anna-Karin says: Such a great project with so many travel related details. The stencilled paste map is gorgeous and all the tiny stamped images from Tim Holtz are used in such a great way here. Ashli says: I love the way she layered up the pieces and what what was done with the paste and the map!

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:

#21 Louise ‘zuzu’ Crosbie

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. Congrats ladies what lovely pieces you have made, Stacy and Zuzu.
    Thanks to Anna-Karin and Ashli for your kind words, and I’m glad and proud you liked my dream of Paris.

    Happy Easter to you all.

  2. I have emailed (on sat 19th) but received no reply as yet (which is fine if folks are busy obviously) I am just worried it has gone to the spam folder or something.

    1. Hi Zuzu – I hope you had a great weekend! Spent mine with my family celebrating Easter! Will catch back up on email this evening thank you for your patience as I do try to ‘unplug’ for a day or two every now and then.

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