Monday, July 7, 2014

June ePlay Challenge Winner


It was wonderful to see the creative ways that participants in the June ePlay challenge incorporated and featured fabric in their awesome projects.Thank you for joining us.  It's now our pleasure to announce the winner for the June challenge.
Congratulations to 
for her fabulous Vintage themed Card

Margreet's beautiful card has wonderful layers of various fabrics, trims, and lovely papers. The sweet vintage feel, the textures, and  pretty embellies peeking out contributed to a fabulous card. Congrats, Margreet. Please contact Kim at kim@eclecticpaperie.com to claim your $25 gift certificate prize.

We would also like to make special mention of two other projects which were entered into the fabric challenge.

#8 Lisa F.

Lisa die cut fabric and cardstock to create this adorable fishing vest gift card holder for her father. This is so creative and fun...love those pockets and the "fishing lures".

and

#10 Mindy
Not only is Mindy's colouring of this flower stunning, but we loved the layers of fabric behind the image as well as the sweet doily and wooden word. So pretty.

Well done, you three!
You can check out the projects of our winner and two special mention participants by clicking on the name beside each number to be magically transported to each blog.

Our current ePlay challenge is hosted by our creative and talented Julia Aston who has chosen the theme of  Altered Bottles. You can see Julia's gorgeous altered bottle and her step by step tutorial here. You will find more inspiration in the DT projects found in the thumbnails below Julia's post. We're really hoping you will play along with us for this ePlay Challenge
Come and join the fun!

4 comments:

Lisa S. said...

Gorgeous projects by all three, congratulations!!!

toni said...

Fabulous projects everyone! Must have been a difficult choice! Congratulations to you all x

Sue Lelli said...

Congratulations! Gorgeous creations ladies! THX for playing with us at the ePlay Fabric Challenge!

Mary-Ann Maldonado said...

Wonderful job! All of these are stunning.