Winners: “M is for” challenge

While I prepare to visit the Simon team in Ohio (and I hope to meet many of you there!) I’m pausing to take a look at the entries of our latest challenge. Wow! With over 200 entries, and many different approaches the M challenge was an inspiring one!


We have three entries to spotlight this week:

#42 Ellie Meihsia says: Ellie created a fabulous circle shaped card with gorgeous handmade flowers and beautiful stitching. She also took great photos to show all the pretty details she made on her card.

#141 Beulah Bee Emma says: This tag is packed full of detail and is so wonderful in it’s design and concept. I love the very clever game board theme and the use of the miniature stamps is just fabulous…great piece of artwork

#193 Rogue Stamper Andrea says: This tag is a brilliant collection of layered M items that bring this medical tag to life!

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:

#8 Milla

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.

SSS_CreateLogo_ARTx(1) Speaking of Simon – if you’re in the Columbus, Ohio area please do come by and shop, watch demos, and say hi! I’ll be joining the Simon team for their Create event May 30-31. More information on the location and hours can be found here.

  1. Thanks for spotlighting me! This was an inspiring challenge and it’s always great fun to enter your weekly contests. On this tag, finding a pleasing arrangement of markers was the hardest part and I’m tempted to do a new version using a larger game board so the pieces are more in proportion.
    Have fun in Ohio, I sure wish I could be there!

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