"After a time she heard a little pattering of feet in the distance, and she hastily dried her eyes to see what was coming. It was the White Rabbit returning, splendidly dressed, with a pair of white kid gloves in one hand and a large fan in the other: he came trotting along in a great hurry, muttering to himself as he came, `Oh! the Duchess, the Duchess! Oh! won't she be savage if I've kept her waiting!'"-- Chapter 2; Alice's Adventures in WonderlandApril has arrived, which (in the northern hemisphere) brings thoughts of wearing your Sunday springtime best and perhaps donning an Easter bonnet! So we want to you to show us your Sunday best; ruffles, ribbons, lace, frills; however you want to interpret the challenge!
HURRY, you need to enter using the Linky Tool below by Friday, April 27! All entries are welcome but Alice in Wonderland entries are encouraged and will receive two chances at the drawing instead of one. Multiple entries are great but each must be on a separate post.
Wonderland Perfectly Clear™ Stamps from our sponsor, Stampendous (Website | Blog). This Alice is all dressed up from her shining shoes to the top of her hat, not to mention her frilly parasol! We will have THREE winners this month, and they will each receive the same Wonderland stamp set the design team is using!
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Your Weekly Inspiration
Be sure to visit the posts about this challenge on the Stampendous blog; their next Wonderland post will be this Wednesday, April 25. You can see all their brilliant Wonderland posts HERE.
Savvy Sisters Studio and leave a comment, I love hearing from you!
Donna Mundinger of Popsicle Toes has wowed us again with this amazing fan! She used her Cricut software to stretch the hand mirror into fan blades, isn't it wonderful? And so appropriate for our looking glass Alice. Not only do we have a splendidly dressy fan, but we also have a splendidly dressed hand in a net lace glove to hold it, what a fun and whimsical touch!
I love the way she has placed the characters on the fan blades! The rich brown ink is perfect with the blue and cream; the minimal coloring is perfect as it highlights the image details and ties in with the color scheme. I love the way the images in this set look great with whatever amount of coloring you care to add. Charming! Be sure to leave Donna a comment on her beautiful fan!
Next up are some designers from the oh, so talented Stampendous team!
read all the details on Jennifer's blog post.
Suzanne Czosek of Suzz's Stamping Spot created this Alice fantasy rising out of a ceramic crown! I love the way the items just seem to be floating up into the air! Be sure to check her blog on Wednesday, April 25 to get all the details on this Wonderland fantasy.
I hope you have enjoyed this week's inspiration as much as I have. Be sure to leave comments on the blogs of all these wonderful contributors, I am so thrilled to have the talented ladies of Stampendous playing along.
The deadline for this challenge is quickly approaching so hurry up with your entries! Remember multiple entries are welcome as long as each is on a separate post, so get your projects in by Friday, April 27 for a chance at winning this fantastic Stampendous Wonderland stamp set. (Note - if you are reading this in email or a reader, please click on the title of this post to go to the blog. You won't want to miss the incredible projects submitted by our readers for this challenge!)
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