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Challenge 28 Winner and top 3 picks

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: 

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  .....Good Luck!
We had awesome entries for this challenge, linked up to the blog and from the SBC Facebook Group.
This was challenge was so hard to pick our Top 3 when there was really a Top 10 so we picked 10 plus our winner! You all will be entered in the second chance drawing in December.

 and our SBC Winner is....
#23 Tammy

please email Sandy- Cleosan52 @ yahoo dot com

Top 5 (couldn't just pick 3) DT Picks
#9 Dr Sonia
(there is a fabulous tutorial for this masterpiece, you need to check it out!)
DIY Fairyland 1

#19 Susan

#28 Grey

#33 Suzi

#34 Stephanie

#49 Deeanna

 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 (Dec.)


Also our September Card Kit Blog Hop Winner
(prize: Sept card kit)

CLOUD (Lydia) at Cloud's Projects

Please email Teresa (owner of Scrapping for Less)
teresascraps@ gmail dot com

Thank you to all that supports SBC!
 Hope you have a blessed day and thanks for stopping by,



  1. WOW Thank you so much for choosing my fairyland as one of your top picks. Super thrilled and so kind of you to let me know too!!

  2. I am so honored! Thank you so much for choosing my creation as winner among such wonderful talent. Congrats to all!

  3. I've tried emailing a couple times and it returns so I must be messing something up with the email address.

  4. Thank you SO Much for choosing my card as a Top pick :) I am so excited!! Everyone's creations are just amazing!!!


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