Wednesday, 16 December 2009

I won the Stempelglede Card Contest...

See, I knew that would get your attention! Ha! ;o) We-ell, actually.. not quite. I didn't win any of the main prizes by merit, BUT Gunhild very kindly offered ten additional prizes for a random draw, and I was fortunate enough to be among the winners. This is what I chose... The beautiful 'Maribel' stamp. Isn't she lovely? I doubt she'll get across the North Sea from Norway before Christmas, but what a treat to look forward to in the New Year! :o)

For more details about Gunhild's beautiful stamps, go HERE.

12 comments:

  1. Wahoo Chris! Beautiful choice as well. So going to get a lottery ticket? LOL! Kim

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  2. Congratulations Chris I'm so glad you won from the random draw..
    L xSue Bx

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  3. Wow Chris! Lucky you! Many congratulations-such a gorgeous stamp too.
    Hugs, Fliss xxx

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  4. She's beautiful, can't wait to see what you make with it xx

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  5. Lucky you congrats ......sweet stamp you win.
    bye bye,Lean.

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  6. I was all excited there for you then deflated then excited again- fabulous stamp can;t wait to see what you make with it
    AllisonX

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  7. she's gorgeous, Chris! i think that makes for a FANTASTIC consolation prize!! :) congrats, chickadee!

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  8. Oh yes Chris, she is lovely, well done. Can't wait so see what you do with her.

    B x

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  9. Me again Chris

    Meant to add that no, I did not copy the big Tim with the roses, had no idea about his turorial until Leah suggested that might be the case.

    Perhaps he was at my last demo, did you see him?? I wish.

    B x

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  10. Lol!! Yes, I know what you mean! Somehow, I don't think I'd have got near the place if Tim had been there!! Papyrus Road would have been queuing back to the roundabout!!

    I hadn't previously been aware of Tim Holtz's tutorial either, although I had seen a couple of other similar tutorials, so it's obviously been around and reproduced by different people. Punch art like this has been around for years. But you've taken this technique and made it even more beautiful, with the use of stamens, etc. I love what you've done with them.

    Hugs,
    Chris xx

    P.S. If anyone's wondering what we're on about, see the rose in the last but one previous post.

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  11. Oh, lucky you Chris. This is indeed a beautiful image. Look forward to seeing what you make with her. It's bound to be gorgeous!

    Lesley Xx

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  12. If ever you give up crafting, remember your dear old bloggy pal Sarita.....
    Well done matey,
    Love Sarita xx

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