I know the results posts are normally headed with our Playground Results logo - but, here in the UK, and also in the Playground, it's quite a special weekend - so I've bent the rules a bit! This is another card from me for this Jubilee weekend's celebrations - you can find out more about it over on my own Pixies Blog HERE.
AND, here's another Jubilee project from Sarn (if you wish to copy her homework nip over to see how the box was made HERE):
Straight onto the 'picks' now:
Barbara G made this super set of four cards, all from snippets. So pretty and I love the 'funky flowers'!
The above card is one of a set of 15 different cards - made by Heather. Do hop over to her blog to check them out - great work Heather!
I chose this card, made by Stephanie, as it's CAS and so pretty! The wreath backing is the snippet (it's a really beautiful washi tape image) and reminds me that Summer is almost here!
As always, we had some great entries. If you're a pick, please always feel free to collect your 'Top picks' badge from the 'Badges' page.
Onto the prize draw, a bundle of Little Clair stamps, kindly donated by Sue of Zoave Cards. And the winner is:
To claim your prize, please send me an email using the Snippets Playground email address shown on the RH sidebar, with PLAYGROUND WINNER (or similar) in the subject line. Please add your FULL NAME above your home ADDRESS so that I can copy and paste it for speed and ease.
AND, here's the result of the Jubilee Celebration Draw - which is a pair of 'tea party' stamp sets - kindly donated by Jo! The winner is:
Congratulations Liz - please see above for how to claim your prize.
The current snippets challenge still has almost a further week to run - just scroll down to the previous post to find it.
For news of Dudley - go and peek at 'Pixie's' over HERE. And for news of all the partying in the Snippets Playground, just tune into any news channel on the TV!!
It's been wild up to now - Sarn is still going at great speed, whisking up a lethal selection of cocktails, Dudley is acting as wine waiter and has been trotting round wearing his bandana. His piggy bank is now groaning with tips for him to spend on treats - and I've been in the kitchen behind the scenes whipping up sandwiches, sausage rolls, cakes, scones, trifles and jellies . . . and goodness knows what else to keep the picnic party going.
Love from Di and Dudley (Mister W-B) - and of course, your wonderful co-hostess (or should that be coCKTAIL hostess?) - Sarn!!!