Holly Mills

2009 may be behind us, but the prestige of being a winner of our World Card Making Day Card Contest lives on. Since we just announced the winners in our new March/April 2010 issue, I thought I would take the opportunity to spotlight these talented card makers once again.  

With 936 submissions, narrowing the field to 20 winners in five categories was a huge challenge. Kudos to these ladies for making the final cut. We’re proud to publish your winning cards in the magazine (p.82) and honor you here.  

Let’s roll out the red carpet for: 

Birthday category: 

  • Terri Davenport (Toledo, OH)
  • Ann Marie Pultorak (Romeoville, IL)
  • Debbie O’Leary (Dingmans Ferry, PA)
  • Cindy Holshouser (Edgewood, VA)

Hello/Thinking of You category: 

  • Jenny Harper (Bear Creek, NC)
  • Lynn Kirby-Griffith (Blairsville, GA)
  • Crystal Birr (Cincinnati, OH)
  • Rachael Burdick (Portland, OR)

Thank You category: 

  • Katie McCullough (Tulsa, OK)
  • Kristie Larsen (Valhalla, NY)
  • Susan Mangum (Danville, CA)
  • Cathy List (Peotone, IL)

Love category: 

Season’s Greetings category: 

I just loved the diversity of styles in the winning cards from our Hello/Thinking of You category: 

Great job Jenny, Lynn, Crystal and Rachael!

Congrats, winners! For those of you wondering about this year’s World Card Making Day, mark Saturday, Oct. 2 on your calendars. We’ve got some fabulous ideas up our sleeves for our fifth annual celebration. And look for details on the 2010 World Card Making Day Card Contest in our upcoming September/October 2010 issue. Until then… 

Keep smiling,
Holly 

P.S. Speaking of fun contests…for those of you who aren’t afraid to get a little ink on your fingers, don’t forget to enter our current 2010 Stamping Royalty Card Contest.  

Not only can you impress your family and co-workers with your royalty status, but winners will each receive an amazing prize package of the latest stamping products (valued at more than $250)! So look into your creativity mirror and say, “I am the fairest stamper in the land.” Did I mention the 15 winners will each receive a sparkly tiara as well?

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