Thursday, November 21, 2019

Winners for Challenge #213 - A Circular Argument

Well, I knew if I called this challenge a Circular Argument, that most people would use circles in their projects and that's just what happened, with a couple of brave souls venturing to use other shapes, but whatever geometric for you used, you gave us some lovely creations and made us work to come to consensus! There were a lot of 'Circular Arguments' happening!! Anyway, without further ado, here are our winners:

We had a tie for Top Pick this week:

Our first Top Pick is: dj

DJ's traditional rich colours, stitched shapes, flouncy twine bow and shiny red button all combine to build a very Christmas-flavoured and attractive card! This project is a veritable feast for the eyes! Congratulations, dj! 

Our Top Pick is: Heather Heroldt

Heather used a different mix of patterned paper to convey a holiday flavour in her entry and achieved a real country look. The fun is in the mixing and matching and the strings of lights gave the whole card a light-hearted look! Jolly good, Heather!

Our first Featured Artist is: Mary Deatherage

The Design Team adored the rustic look of Mary's Christmas creation, from the wood and burlap backgrounds, to the old-fashioned ornaments and muted colours, and finally the beautiful font on the sentiments. And let's not forget the music notes, the stitched shapes and the gorgeous bow above the ornaments! The beauty is in the details and this card is loaded with them! A tip of the hat to you, Mary!

Congratulations to our winners and thanks to everyone who played along! I hope you'll come back and check out our new Colour challenge tomorrow! Our winners can pick up their badges on this page and display them with pride on their blogs or sites.


  1. Appreciate the Hat Tip for my rustic Christmas card this week! Thank you! And congrats to the Top Picks! :)