June challenge winner!!

Hiya crafty friends,
Firstly, sorry for being so late in posting the winner of last months challenge. It’s one hell of a week for me :/
Well, enough of my woes, lets getting on to the winner.
Wow, you guys!!! You are make our job of picking a winner harder and harder. Each and every entry was fabulous!!! If we could , we would have made you all winners, but we had to pick a winner. In the end it had to come down to minute points. 
The winner of June’s challenge is:
1st Place
Could you email me your Full name and email address to cardsgalore2011@gmail.com and I will pass it on the Gems Creative Crafts, so they can confirm you are the winner. Please email them to organise your £10 voucher…well done!
2nd Place
3rd Place
I will send you all your badges in the next couple of day. Thank you for entering. And thank you to everyone who entered. We have very talented follower of this blog.
If you would like to enter our August challenge, where the theme is Tags, please visit our challenge blog
Also why not come and say hi on our Facebook Group
And if you enjoy Scrapbooking, we also have a Scrap Challenge too. Pop over to http://cardsgalorescrapbookchallenge.blogspot.co.uk/ and have a look see 🙂

7 thoughts on “June challenge winner!!”

  1. Hello, Im'e sorry I don't know your name, I looked all over your blog but couldn't see it.

    I Stumbled across your blog. Always a pleasure seeing another crafter getting pleasure from what they do.

    Your cards are more sophisticated than anything I have done.

    I sometimes make my own Christmas cards, I make lino cuts and print them on my old hand press.

    Im'e a gilder and use gold leaf and imitation gold leaf rather a lot.

    Have you thought of gilding onto paper?

    It's really quite easy to gild onto paper, there are now modern gold sizes that are simple to use, and there are various ways to create antique and distressed finishes as well., like the crackle glaze and antique glaze.

    If you have a moment, pop over to my site, there is quite a lot about gilding onto paper, in particular there is an old bookbinders recipe which you can use to make really authentic looking imitation vellums and parchment papers from ordinary papers.

    Good luck to us all.



  2. Thanks for picking my card as 3rd place – it's the first challenge I have won so was really pleased! Congrats to the other two winners too! Was a great challenge too – something a bit different! x


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