What a delight to see so many entries for last week's challenge - such an inspiration to visit your blogs to see the festive creativity that is shared - thank you so much.
Please note that I publish the prize winners here and on our facebook page, but don't notify winners individually - it is up to you all to check to see if you have won and email me as requested. There are one or two unclaimed prizes, so it's worth having a look back to see if you were a winner.
Lozzy is the leader of A bit more time to craft challenge blog and also More mixed media challenge blog and will generously give the randomly chosen winner their choice of three sets of papers from her wonderful selection - you can see Lozzy's papers here in her Etsy shop.
She has certainly never been a mainstream type of girl and definitely won't fit into your stereotypical cookie cutter artists role; but rather she finds beauty in the truly unique, big eyed creepy little cuties with a bittersweet sadness. She is never truly happier then when she is in her art studio painting or sewing, creating a whimsical dream world easily recognizable as her signature style of creepy yet cute, all the way from the haunting darkness to the rainbowtastic, Lizzy’s creations are lovingly sprinkled with a heartbreaking sweetness.
Growing up a child of the 80's, pop rocks princess, with an extreme fondness for anything candy coated, Kawaii Kitten & Ziggy Stardust, all of which had a major influence in the work that she is creating today. Lizzy employs many different mediums when she creates, anything from mixed media painting to sewing with many different textiles, the end result always being the same; A whimsical dream world filled with big eyed beauties, creepy little cuties and quirky monsters of all shapes and sizes."
The randomly chosen winner will receive three digital images of their choice from Oddball Art Co by Lizzy Love.
Please look down the sidebar on the right to see all of the sponsors giving out prizes during this year - quite a few new ones as well as others who have been giving generously in the past. I am so thankful for everyone coming on board to support me. When buying your crafting goodies, please click on the links to see what's on offer in their online stores and support them as much as you can with your orders.
I'm pleased to welcome Lozzy, one of this week's sponsors, as my guest, with this beautiful card, which you can see here. Please visit Lozzy's blog to see what other inspiring creations she makes.
For my card I used three different Christmas digital papers kindly supplied by Lozzy (available in her Etsy shop), with two lovely snowmen characters that I found here. For more info about the card please look here on My Crafty Outlook.
Now it's over to you. As usual, you can use any materials, any techniques - and this week the challenge is to use a sentiment on your Christmas card or any other festive project.