Well, congratulations to those of you who entered the October challenge on the Fiskars ANZ Blog that I hosted this month.
We have had some amazing entries for this challenge and it was extremely hard to pick a winner.
I've enjoyed looking through all the entries ... and I am sure you have all provided us with some truly inspiring work, plus a few new ideas on how to get those punches to work for you.
I really wish I could give out a prize to everyone who entered but unfortunately there can only be one winner.
So with a little bit of help to pick the winner, as I just couldn't pick one myself, I got a bit of help from Random.org.
Random Integer Generator
Here are your random numbers:
Timestamp: 2008-11-02 22:45:27 UTC
So the Winner of the October Monthly Challenge is:
Congratulations! This is a great way to use those heart punches. I love the colours and the composition works really well. Plus the subject... well what more can an Fiskars Ambassador that has only 58 days left of her pregnancy say... it's enough to make anyone get clucky.
So well done Jenifer ... please claim your prize by e-mailing us with your details(email@example.com) with October Challenge in the subject line.
And of course the challenges go on ... this month challenge is being hosted by the amazing Annette from sunny Cairns.
Here's what she has in store for us this month:
So, your challenge for this month is to use either a kit or gather a few supplies together to form your own kit and show us what you can do to make as many cards for different occasions and different genders that you can. Now if cards aren't your thing, then you can do it with layouts as well.
You have the whole month, and we would love to see what you come up with. So email your entries to firstname.lastname@example.org so the girls can upload them into the online gallery, and be in the running to win a Fiskars prize!!
Look forward to seeing what you come up with!!
So... why not gather up some bit and pieces and give this a go. You have to be in it to win it as they say. Plus you could also get a head start on those cards you need for upcoming family and friends birthdays too.
Cheers and Happy scrapping, Michelle :)