Before we get to our winner, I have one more design team project to share - mine (Lynne Phelps of Savvy Sisters Studio)! This fun card featuring the IndigoBlu Tweedles says "We've been through a lot together. . ."
"And most of it was YOUR fault!" This just seemed like the perfect thing for Tweedle Dum and Tweedle Dee to say to each other! Please stop by Savvy Sisters Studio to leave a comment for me, I sure appreciate it when you do!
Lucy's prize this month is an A5 sized unmounted stamp set from IndigoBlu (a £13 value), or an equivalent amount of A6 stamps. IndigoBlu is a fantastic new British stamp company that makes "Quintessentially English Rubber Stamps" right there in England.
Alice stamp sets and join us again? Lucy, please reach out to me through the email link in the left column!
I encourage you to go visit IndigoBlu.com. All stamps are on sale right now with their introductory pricing, but that won't last forever, and the designs are all wonderful! In addition to the introductory discount, the Head Honcho Alfie says
"The Altered Alice readers can take an extra 10% OFF during the challenge; just use coupon code AlteredAlice in the voucher code box at checkout!"
All the honorable mentions are entitled to display this blog badge with pride! We had a stellar crop of projects this month. I will describe as many as I can before I run out of time, LOL!
DanisArt to leave her a comment!
Valerka from Russia created this amazing crown for the Queen of Hearts! It has a very organic and fluid design with lots of natural elements. Not only did Valerka wow me with her crown, but she also did a fabulous photo shoot dressed up as the Queen of Hearts to model the crown!
Be sure to stop by Valerka's blog to see all the other great photos of her in costume, modeling this lovely crown!
Larisa of "the difference: I see that I write .....", another entrant from Russia, submitted this pretty card. I love the way the fall-colored leaves are exploding from behind the beautifully colored image!
Harpies Crafty Corner from Manchester, U.K., another first time player! This one caught my eye because of the wonderful layering of stamping and paper leaves in the background. I also loved the doodled scribbles, black around the text and under the cat, and the Souffle pen around the paper leaves!
artfully distressed (Lincoln, U.K.) used on her background, which really sets off the scene she created with the IndigoBlu stamps. Love that Lollipop Tree, and the White Rabbit with the different stamps to fit the banner is such fun!
KristyLeesWorld submitted a wonderful collage, and she even included the image and quote from the challenge text! I love the layering and all the metal elements, such fun!
Creativchaos from Germany gives us fall leaves by moonlight! Love the March Hare and the die-cut clock, those images are perfect together!
Narah-Kimberly of Vinegar and Glitter, a belly dancer from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, U.S., submitted a lovely hand-drawn Alice with leafy background.
ALL of the entries were wonderful, but I am out of time! You can look through the rest of them here:
Please leave a comment before you go, they make the effort worthwhile!