Sunday, June 20, 2010

Winners, winners and MORE winners!!

Man this not being on the computer much is really putting me behind with posting the winners!

I've got lots of winners to tell you about....

The winner of a set of the

Architecture Stamps

I designed for June's Get Inked Kit is.....

Joanne Jay!!!

Joanne Jay said...
Wow! Very nice. I would like to see vintage ball dresses and men's attire...great for prom or wedding cards, etc. Thanks for sharing with us.
June 8, 2010 2:02 AM

The winner of
Ranger's new Enamel Accents...

Denise B

DeniseB said...
Love the dragonflies! I would try it out with some butterfly stamps I have! Looks like fun!DeniseB
June 10, 2010 8:15 PM


Will you ladies send me your snail mail addies so I can get your goodies in the mail!!


the winners of Vintage Image Craft's

Patriotic Creative Challenge

Vintage Patriotic Bingo Card Ornament by Berta Feige delighted the judges with a strong thematic focus and creative, professional execution. The patriotic embellishments include glass glitter and rhinestones, silver tinsel, and pleated crepe paper for a bunting-like ruffle at the bottom. We were quite torn between this ornament and Berta's Rosette Ornament, but this one just set off the fireworks!
Miss Patriotic Crown by Kay Tangner really popped for the judges because of Kay's wild setting for the front-and-center vintage image. She added unique touches with creative embellishments that made the image so dimensional, like sewn-on buttons, a beaded necklace, flags, tassels, and more. Kay made this one for her niece's birthday on July 4!
Hip-Hip-Hooray Soaps by Cindy Adkins are both decorative and practical. These little soaps boast antiqued vintage images, and embellishments like buttons, flags, raffia and cheesecloth. The judges were impressed by Cindy's attention to detail, front and back, as well as her artistic photo styling and setting.
HONORABLE MENTION was awarded to the Patriotic Kissing Ball by Margaret Diggs. This Victorian whimsy displays some meticulous work, from creating the ball to making the tea bag roses and the natural fiber embellishments. Wonderful work!

I have to tell you this was a hard one to decide!

There were so many great works of vintage art to choose from!!!


  1. Congratulations to all the winners!

    Elaine Allen

  2. Sent an e-mail with my address. I hope it went through OK.


Thanks for your thoughts and comments!