Blog Post: Still Challenged - Tweedles Hello & Goodbye
Location: Wisconsin, USA
Pat Moore is this week's lucky 13! Entry #13 was drawn as the winner of the fantasic package of Nikki Sivils products, including a "Something for Everyone" 6x6 pad, 12x12 double-sided paper and matching burlap buttons and brads. What a generous package from a wonderful sponsor!
Pat, this prize package is actually coming to you from the previous Oh, Alice! team who arranged this wonderful sponsorship, so please contact Margie instead of me to claim your prize. You can go to her blog, Oh Bumble is Me.... and click on the email link just under the title of the blog!
Here is Pat's winning entry:
Of course ALL the entries were great, and thanks so much to everyone who played along! The Altered Alice was started as a place to showcase Alice in Wonderland artwork, so let me draw your attention to a few of the entries that feature Wonderland!
To start, did you notice that Barbara and Sue posted their last entries as challenge players? The next time you see their creations for the Alice challenge, it will be as members of the new design team!
Sue Roddis of JABBERWOCKY created this fantastic accordian card from chipboard letter stencils, like you would use for spray painting! Isn't it wonderful? I love the olive and faded red color scheme, but I think my favorite detail is the white doodles around each letter!
Barbara Washington of Magic Delights used the wonderful courtroom illustration for her card, and I love the bit of Alice logic she used in her sentiment!
Wendy Colledge of Wendymade & all things crafty used the cracked glass technique for her tea party scene, which is set off by a fun pompom fringe! The muted colors are lovely.
Susan Allan of Little Imperfections created a fantastic Alice mini-book from coasters, also known as beer mats! I love the way she used ribbon as a hinge to connect the panels, and she used a fast grab glue called "No More Nails" to create the raised white accents that reminds me of icing. What a clever way to repurpose a hardware store find!
Bernice Rendón of Sweet Escape (and Karber Digital Designs) entered this fun card - don't you just love Alice's expression as she looks at the Red Queen?
Lola Azul of Aputes des Colores did something REALLY different - she used photos of her dolls and toys to create Wonderland scenes to show on her card - so creative and fun! You may want to check the kid's room for items to feature on your next card!! Be sure to visit her post to see all the great photos. You can see an English translation here.
Deanna Fillmore of L'il Dee's Crafting with a Kitten created this fun blue card featuring a twisted tea party character. She made the deadline this week, but her great Red Queen card from the previous week did not make it in time, so I thought I would share both cards here!
Thanks again to everyone who played this week! Please continue to spread the word about the new location of the Alice challenges - and to FOLLOW or subscribe to this new blog location!
Please check back tomorrow - we will be starting our February challenge a week early, and sharing design team inspiration with you all month long!