The Challenge Winners From Frosty Festivities 2014!
It’s time to announce the challenge winners from the Frosty Festivities 2014 event!
Thank you to everyone who entered the challenge linky, there was 68 projects entered in total and I loved seeing them all. They are all pinned to the Frosty Festivities 2014 Pinterest Board if you want to check them out!
These were the prizes on offer, just to refresh your memory:
The BIG Challenge prize, on the left in the photo above, was for one randomly drawn participant of the linky.
The BIG prize goes to…
Well done Karen, I think you managed to enter the linky 12 times so the odds were in your favour, and your projects were all fabulous! Please email me with your address so I can send the prize out to you!
The SMALL prize, on the right-hand-side in the above photo, was to go to someone of my choosing. I said that I might pick the person who entered the most, or I might pick an project that blew me away. I just wanted to be able to say thanks to someone who impressed me.
The SMALL prize goes to…
The above collage shows 4 of Mandysea’s projects which really caught my eye. I love her giant aperture layout – which are windows with shutters down each side, the string nose on her Rudolf card is super-cute, I liked the black stencilling on her chunky tags, and oh my goodness when I saw she’d made a felt santa I was grinning from ear-to-ear! I loved her variety of projects with lots of details that I wanted to try out for myself!
Mandysea please email me with your address so I can send the prize out to you!
If either prize winner needs my email address it is: jennifergrace(at)hotmail(dot)co(dot)uk
Thank you so much to everyone who entered. I could have chosen so many different people for the smaller prize, it was very hard to choose from all the wonderful projects. I wish I could give a prize to everyone. You’ve all inspired me right back and made me look forward to when we do this all again next year. I hope I’ll see you again then?
I hope you enjoy the rest of the weekend, bye for now,