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Challenge 23 Winner

Hi SBC friends! Its time for to see who our winner for the challenge is and the design teams top picks!!!

The prize for this challenge comes from: A Day for Daisies
A Day For Daisies provides themed categories of over 3000 digital
 illustrations and a fast growing line of new clear polymer stamp sets,
 including fairy tales and magical mermaids, cutie kids, vintage
 illustrations, sentiments and lovely designs for all occasions

> http://adayfordaisies.blogspot.com/
> https://www.facebook.com/pages/A-Day-For-Daisies/142905905744876?ref=ts

The winner of this new challenge will receive $12 store credit

  .....Good Luck!
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We had awesome entries for this challenge, linked up to the blog and from the SBC Facebook Group, and our Random Winner is
#12 Julie


please email Sandy- Cleosan52 at yahoo dot com

Top 3 DT Picks
#6 Teresa


#9 Susan


#14 Stephanie



 Congrats Ladies! Don't forget to get your badges.
The 3 Top Picks will be eligible for the second chance prize at the end of the quarter (June)

  

 Hope you have a blessed day and thanks for stopping by,

   

Comments

  1. Beautiful creations ladies. Congratulations

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  2. I am thrilled to be the winner! Congrats to all of the top 3 as well! Hugs xox

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  3. Congrats to the winner. I know you'll enjoy your prize. They have great images. Thanks so much for the Top 3 spot. It's truly an honor.

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  4. Congrats all this talent is fabulous!

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