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!
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Thanks Stampendous for being such a generous sponsor: THREE lucky winners will each receive the same Wonderland Perfectly Clear Stamp Set that the The Altered Alice and Stampendous design teams have been showing off all month. Thank goodness the winners are randomly drawn, as it would have been WAY too difficult to chose from among the wonderful entries this month. As promised, each entry that featured Wonderland was entered twice. Winners, please send your contact info (including mailing address) via my email link in the upper left column.
Winners, you are all entitled to display this blog badge with pride!
Skullduggery (Cards by Jacki) entered a splendidly colored Mad Hatter, ready for tea with Alice!
Artwolf2009 presents Hat Fashions by Alice who has taken up millinery in a big way! She is showing off a selection of charming hats for splendidly dressed Wonderland residents, made from converted Schnapps shot glasses! VERY interesting take on the challenge!
Those mentioned here are entitled to display this honorable mention blog badge! I am having a terrible time narrowing it to a few selections as ALL the entries were amazing and so creative! I will pick and choose until I run out of time:
Le Blog de Gabistella shows Alice trying to finish sewing her splendid dress of flowers as it is time for tea! Gabistella comes to us from France, Canada, or somewhere else they speak French; if you would like to read an English translation click here.
Love Light and Peace brings us this Boutique a la Alice art journal page. I am absolutely charmed by the vivid colors and the clothes made from scraps, ribbon and lace!
Jan Garber of Scrap 'n Surprise joins us from Phoenix, Arizona with this elegantly mirrored creation! She used the same gorgeous Alice set from Stampendous, isn't it beautiful AND clever - she stamped Alice on vellum, which enabled her to flip the image to make the perfect reflection! I love every single detail of this piece.
Karen Goulet of Krafty Kitten Karen shares her original artwork: Alice finds the perfect hat that fits just right at Hats by Goldilocks, where there are some origami-like hats, very clever!
Godzoned (Debbie) of Arty Crafty has interpreted three of Alice's costumes from the movie - the Queen of Hearts red curtains, her striped petticoat, and the suit of armor as the White Queen's champion when she fought the Jabberwocky. Love it!
Jen's Uncharted Territory, coming to us from North Carolina. How would the Cheshire Cat be splendidly dressed? With a snazzy collar and patch of course! Plus the sentiment a la ZZ Top, dare I admit they were huge when I was in high school and college, hah!
Aisling's Hobby Blog joins us from Belgium, and I really love this creation with a splendidly dressed Alice blowing bubbles in a very mad, Wonderland-like setting. The sentiment is perfect for Wonderland and every element delights!
The Scrap Yard. Every little thing.
Sue The Iron who is joining us from West Yorkshire in the United Kingdom. I don't understand the whole Bieber thing, but it's funny all the same! I especially love the background and borders.
And here are ALL the amazing entries! (Note: if you are viewing this in email or a reader, click on the title of this post to go to the blog and see all the wonderful projects from our challenge players!)
Thanks again to Stampendous for sponsoring such a great challenge. You can see all their Wonderland posts HERE; their design team is incredibly talented and it was such an honor to have them playing along as guest designers on The Altered Alice! I hope you enjoyed this month's challenge as much as I did. Be sure to visit next Sunday for the beginning of a new challenge!
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