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Sunday, May 23, 2021

Challenge #76 Winner Announcement

Hello there to all our Christmas crafting friends!  I'm popping in today to share the winners and our top three Stocking Stuffers from Challenge #76 (Red & Gold). I hope that you and your families continue to stay safe and healthy out there in your various locations in our world. 

April saw us with 52 entries added to our link up. Right now, it is time to get on with the finding out who our winners are.

Are you one of those lucky peeps?! Let's find out!



 
Loopyloo, you are the winner of a $10 gift certificate (for digital items only) from Taylormade Cards 4 U, our guest sponsor for April (chosen by random.org based on all eligible entries).
 
http://taylormadecards4u.com/

Loopyloo, please send an email to the_12_moc_linkup {at} outlook {dot} com (or click HERE to bring the address up in your email program), with the subject, "12MoC Challenge #76 WINNER" to make arrangements to receive your prize. Please note that it may take me a while to get back to you. Thank you for your patience. In the interim, please grab a copy of the winner badge below for your blog.
 


 
Next, it is time to get on with showcasing the top three. With so many wonderful entries to choose from, it is always such a difficult task for the design team. For Challenge #76, Mandy, Susan, and Lisa (myself) are presenting our favourite cards. So, without further ado, here are the Stocking Stuffers for April:

 
Congrats to our top three Stocking Stuffers! Pat, Dawn and Rosi, please grab a copy of the badge below for your blog.






Everyone who links up two cards each month is eligible to receive a free digital paper. Papers from last month have previously been sent out. If you were expecting one but haven't received it yet, please leave me a comment and I'll look into it for you.

The individuals who linked up a minimum of two cards each during the month of APRIL qualifying them to receive the digital paper from that month, will receive the Holly Patterned Paper which received the most votes. I have included the watermark of the paper, below... 

 
To all of you who linked up during April, thanks ever so much! We are so happy to have all of you with us and hope that you'll continue to link up your holiday cards as you begin or continue to work on your stockpile for 2021!!! Papers will be sent to the email address that qualifying participants used when they added their cards to the Link Up, as soon as I can manage!

As always, we are going to have a random draw from all the entries that followed the twist and give out a set of six digital papers to one lucky individual. The papers are all made so why not have an extra prize! Here is the watermark for the full set... 
 
 
 
The winner of the  
 Misc. Christmas: Red & Gold
from Challenge #
76 is
#43. DEANNE

(chosen by random.org based on all eligible entries) 

Deanne, as you linked up a minimum of two cards this month and were entitled to one of the papers from this set anyway, I'll just send out the full mini kit to you at the same time that I send out the individual paper to those who earned it this month.
 
Well folks, that is it for this one! If you haven't already, be sure to check out our current challenge going on now, with the Optional Twist this month of "Gnomes". There is still a little over a week to go and you can find out all the details along with the link up, by clicking HERE. Then be sure to join us on June 1st when we'll be back with our latest link up!

Until then,

3 comments:

  1. Thank you so much for choosing my cozy penguin scene as the winner. Lynda/Loopyloo xx

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  2. Thank you so much for the Top 3 honour. Congrats to all the winners. Hugs, xx

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