We have five artists in the Designer Spotlight for the Frame It Challenge!
#43 Sabrina Perna – Meihsia says: This is such a gorgeous tag with so many fabulous details! I love the beautiful texture and brilliant colors Sabrina created. The frame and the dragonfly embellishments are awesome!
#106 Patricia Amsterdam – Emma says: Patricia’s trio of tags are so beautiful and I just adore the colour palette she’s chosen to use and the unique way she’s framed each of the paper dolls, showcasing them so perfectly. A really lovely project!
#107 Lisa – Macarena says: The mix of fresh and sunny colors amazed me on Lisa’s tag. I love the explosion of optimistic mood due to the colors, flowers and splashes. Love the white frame and the tiny tube is totally cute. Lovely project!
#162 Nillas Kort – Anna-Karin says: Nilla made a gorgeous golden butterfly shaker card. I love the look of the glossy butterfly and all the wonderful gold details.
#190 Kathy Martin – Andrea says: This is a wonderful mix of fresh fun colors and patterns! I especially like how some darker tones were worked into the edges and used for the ribbon portion. Very well-done!
Congratulations everyone and thank you for joining us!
Please copy this spotlight badge, display it on the sidebar of your blog and if you could please link it to Simon Says Stamp!
We now have this lovely badge for you to add to your sidebar if you are this weeks, or a previous, winner please feel free to add this to your sidebar and please link it to the Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge
So who is the lucky winner of the $50 voucher? Please note, all of our winners are chosen at random so everyone has an equal chance of winning. Good Luck to all!
Here’s your random winner:
Congratulations! Please email us so we can explain how you can claim your prize, a clickable link is on the sidebar.
Be sure to include your full name in the email so we can issue a Gift Certificate
Thanks to everyone who joined in with the challenge and we hope you will all join in our current challenge too!
Anna-Karin and the DT