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Sunday, August 26, 2012

Winner & Honorable Mentions - CHAPTER 18: Now you see him. . . Now you don't

This month's winner will receive three digi stamps from our sponsor Dilly Beans, featuring the whimsical art of Megan Suarez, famous for her charming big-eyed girls! You can see the digi stamps and collage sheets on her blog, Dilly Beans Stamps. There is also a Dilly Beans design team challenge blog and an Etsy shop with Megan's artwork to inspire you. Dilly Beans offers four Alice-related digi stamps: Alice in Wonderland, the Queen of Hearts, the Cheshire Cat and some whimsical mushrooms.

The Winner

Our challenge this month was to make a card where things appear and disappear; it could be as simple as a tag in a pocket or something more interactive and fun!

Our randomly chosen winner is Wendy of WendyLynn's Paper Whims, who was inspired by Alice's every changing size. Look!

I love the humor, what a great sentiment! Wendy, please contact me via the email link in the left column. You may also display this blog badge!

Honorable Mentions
All of the entries this month were fantastic!

Ana Caldatto of Scrap da Ana, joining us from Sao Paolo, Brazil, created these fun pocket Cheshire Cats; the pockets are decorated with text cut from an old ex-library book. I love the way she related her project to the way books appear and sometimes disappear from the library!

Debbie of Arty Crafty created another set of pages in her altered calendar. I really LOVE this, all of her Altered Alice challenges this year are in the same altered calendar, with a focus on quotes from the Tim Burton movie, which I adore! The "blood" rimmed claw marks give us a peek at what is to come!

Silvia of BarniesBaustelle, joining us from Germany, created a fabulous waterfall card - when you tug on the ribbon at the base, the layers at the top flip up one-by-one to reveal various images! Please visit Silvia's blog to see photos of all the layers, it is so  much fun!

Keren Howell of Altered Ego, who comes to us from Swansea, UK, created a fun slider card! I love the way the sentiment and the blue butterfly tie in with the Caterpillar.

Karen Goulet of Krafty Kitty Karen created a fun pop-up card, complete with a charming little story!

All Honorable Mention recipients are entitled to display this blog badge!
We will have a new challenge for you next week; please leave a comment before you go!


  1. WOW, I just love all your blogs,especially Alice, and I can honestly say that these are some of the most creative pieces of art.

  2. Congratulations, Wendy! I have to add a *two thumbs up* to the other entries....well done!

  3. Oh wow I was late for this one, I've just finished today :( ...Uh well, congratulations to Wendy for her beautiful Art Work and everyone's project was awesome...If you still want to check mine out please visit:

    See you on the next adventure :)

  4. Congratulations Wendy! Thanks for another fun challenge Lynne! (and for the honorable mention). I always enjoy your blog. Karen :)

  5. Love each of these projects!!!

  6. Brilliant projects by all! A huge congrats. xxD

  7. Thank you so much Lynne... Thanks so much for the honerable mention....
    Congrats to all!


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