First of all I would like to tell you all how much I appreciate your wonderful comments, they make me so happy and inspired to create more and to share those creations, so many thanks to everyone, I had a wonderful time with this hop and look forward to many more in the future. I have some holiday Blog Candy givaways planned for Oct, Nov, & Dec. so be sure to come back and visit!
The method I used to pick the winner was very simple, but democratic. I numbered all the comments from the first one on day 1 to the last one on day 5, so every comment you made received a number, then I put all the numbers on separate pieces of paper, put them in a large bowl, swished and mixed them all around, then my
daughter picked a number out of the bowl.....................
and the winner is Bridgett!!!
she said "Cute card! I like the ruffled ribbon you created at the bottom. So fun!"
Congratulations Bridgett!!!! Thank you so much for your wonderful comment, I love the ribbon too! You have won 6 Green Apple Caramel Spooky covered Lollipops and 6 Decorated Cello Bags filled with runts! I emailed you but if for some reason it didn't go through then please just send your full name and address so I can mail
your Candy! :)
My email address is: firstname.lastname@example.org
I have a Christmas card to share with you today, it's simple but elegant. I used vanilla CS for the base then added a layer of the DSP Letters to Santa, then on a separate piece of vanilla I embossed the stamped ornaments in gold, merry christmas is also gold heat embossed. To accent I used the crochet lace ribbon and antique brad. It's a different take on christmas cards but I really love the gold, vanilla and brown together.
Here's my materials list:
Vanilla CS #101650
Letters to Santa DSP #122349
Tree Trimmings Stamp Set #116722
Antique Brads #117273
Crochet Trim Victorian# 118481
I will have another Christmas Card to share with you on Wednesday, until then, be happy!