More winners!

Jul 22, 2009 | Uncategorized

So about three months ago now I started a card challenge with my Stamp Club members. It really was a ploy to clean up my room (wink, wink) as I used leftover card kits from classes and workshops.

Each person who wanted to participate was given a kit that included a card base and several scraps to use to make a card. They weren’t allowed to add any additional paper to the kit, but could use whatever stamps and emellies they wanted to create their card (Of course, Stampin’ Up product was given preference).
The winner of the challenge each month gets a free Stampin’ Up classic ink pad or a $5 product coupon. So I’m very behind on this little project and have two winners to announce from month 1 and month 2 (for Stamp Club #2).
For month one I had all nine club members participate and voting was very close, but the winner is:
There was actually a tie for first place and the close runner-up for month one was Adrian who had an adorable owl card (of course!):
For month two, I also had a tie initially and had to seek out another demonstrator to vote (there were eight judges total and they voted for their first, second and third choice. (A first place vote got 3 points, second place got 2 points and third place got 1 point. The person with the most points at the end was the winner).
In the second month I had five participants and the winner was…..
This was inside the card:
The very close second place went to Jill for this card:
Jill’s card had a cute little hidden writing spot on the front, too:
Congratulations Judy and Missy… let me know if you want me to place an order for you now or if you’d like to wait until we start club up again.
For those of you in Stamp Club #1, we are in the process of setting the date for our next Club and whatever that date ends up being will be the deadline for your first card challenge.
Anyone who would like more info about joining or starting their own stamp club please feel free to e-mail me at [email protected].
Thanks for stopping by!
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