And the Daylight Savings Card Contest Winners is ….

Card104Spring has sprung and so has the clock…. (that hour we have lost never seems to come back no matter how many Falls we have). Congratulations this month, goes out to Christine of Belleville for making the best “time” card for the March Card Challenge. Christine has been a regular contributor to our monthly card challenges and has earned 1’st place with this marvelous entry.

Christine has used H685 Oak Branch as the background, with the popular  L737 Birch Trees and K19036 Summer Meadow stamp to enhance the forest.  With a mixture of butterflies and birds dotting the branches, a time piece rules over all. Yes all things happen with “time” and this card has put “time” forever out of place with the “wacky” clock.
Congratulations Christine… your cards are well done. Keep them coming.

Send us your card creation for our monthly card contests. The winner gets a $20.00 store/show/online credit. Not every fancy card wins, not every dazzling card wins…. the Card that wins is the one that feels right for the occasion. Please note that your Card…. must incorporate one or more of Frog’s Whiskers Ink or Rosewood stamps or products in the design of the card.

In our next Card Challenge…..  for April…. Lets have a Earth Day Card Contest“.   Earth Day is an annual event, celebrated on April 22, on which day events worldwide are held to demonstrate support for environmental protection
Let’s see what you can do. It doesn’t matter if it is a “Save our Planet” or a “Don’t Spoil the Rock” one, it must express the essence of the Card Contest theme
Looking Forward to seeing Your Cards

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