The winner from TT #286 chosen via Random.org is:
Congrats, Art with Yogi! Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org by April 12, 2016 to claim your prize.
Now onto our Top 3 picks:
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Our challenge theme this week is Add Lace.
As always, qualified projects are anything papercrafting related.
Please note, entries which do not follow the theme will not count for the prize draw and may be removed. BACKLINKED ENTRIES WILL BE REMOVED.
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Our sponsor is: The Ribbon Resource
May Arts was founded in the early 1980’s in Riverside, Connecticut.
The original products were high-end silk flowers, which were
decorated using quality ribbons.
The decorative ribbons proved so popular among customers that the business became solely a ribbon wholesaler.
May Arts soon developed a reputation among businesses in
the United States and abroad as the supplier for superior quality
ribbon that was on-trend, reliable, and delivered fast.
As a key player in the Gift, Craft, and Hobby industries,
May Arts decided to open a retail site under the brand
The Ribbon Resource in 2014. The Ribbon Resource is the
official retail channel of May Arts Ribbon.
The Ribbon Resource has provided the lace/ribbon for the DT to use.
using 1" White Lace
using white lace & lavender ribbon lace
using 1" White Lace colored with Copic marker (Y17)
using 1.5" Lace Ribbon from The Ribbon Resource