First Place: Janet Lynne
Second Place: Julie J
Third Place: Claire
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The deadline for this challenge is Sunday 24 October at 12noon GMT.
Ruth: I have a thing for bookmarks at the moment - they are great, quick and easy to make and I love it! I've used two of the pre-coloured images from Sundae of Seasons, added them to a coffin shaped backing, added some 'drippy goo' punches strips (thanks Lis!!) and finally doodled a line around the edges with a white gel pen.
Lou: I have used a mixture of the Halloween download and the fab digi images found on the Sundae of Seasons CD. Lots of layering and have created a concertina effect with some acetate to add some interest to the spider. The plain colored card was created by printing onto white linen effect card using the fab plain effect papers from the Not for Girls CD - I know I added another CD to the mix! I must also mention the green pom pom ribbon . . . I have saved this from a Christmas card Nikki sent me last year . . . it was too yummy to waste!
Tracie: I have made a Halloween 3 in a Row game using the halloween download bundle and the cute little characters from Sundae of Seasons. The people are magnetic so attach to the board.
lis-m . I love Halloween and these papers were wonderful to work with. I have used the Polkadoodles Witchypoo download for the backing papers and sentiment and Sundae of Seasons for the pumpkins and the lil witch. So cute!
Fliss: Bit of a spooky one here as I've managed to use some of the same elements as Tracy. My backing paper and the sentiment are from the Halloween Download Bundle and all the other elements from the Sundae of Seasons Autumn Collection. A little grunging up was done and all details are on my blog.
Emma I have made a spooky fun star shaped pop-up card, all the elements are from the Sundae of Seasons CD. When folded down this card says trick, when released the whole thing pops open and reveals the cutest witch around and the words treat.
Nikky: I made this little easel card using the Sundae of Seasons CD, I love Halloween, I'm already planning what my pumpkins will be and have my sweets at the ready...problem is I've already scoffed half of them! Oops! But I do love the Autumn section on the CD and I just had to use it...
Jenny My spooky project this week is three little cauldron table decorations...I've recycled some yoghurt pots and added some elements from Sundae Of Seasons. They were then ready to fill with some choccies!