Kit Cat Clock-inspired Rectangle Pull Card
Grumpy Valentine!

January Secret Word Giveaway Winner!

Congratulations to Diane, who was chosen by random draw as the winner of the January Secret Word Giveaway.

Each month I send one newsletter (it's truly all I can manage, so rest assured that I won't be deluging you with e-mails) on Designer Challenge day (or thereabouts) with the Secret Word to incorporate into your comment on the ECD blog post. In January's newsletter the readers received these instructions:

Since our theme this month is Triple Categories we're going to make the Secret Word something to do with the number 3. Use the word "3" or "Triple" in your comment OR simply repeat a word three times. (Wow! Wow! Wow!) OR list three cards you like from the challenge OR list three dies you want from the new collection OR use three words that mean the same thing (Fabulous! Sensational! Awesome!) OR well, you get the idea, get the idea, get the idea! 
 (See what I did there, did there, did there?)

Diane left this comment on the Designer Challenge post:

Love all your wonderful creations and dies….I don’t know why, but when I was reading your awesome newsletter, the first thing that came to mind was the song “You’re THREE Times A Lady”…do you remember that or am I aging myself…lol…lol…lol….Wow the design team certainly has outdone themselves once again…wonderful projects!! I want them ALL!!

A random number generator chose Diane as the winner and she will receive a Star Accordion die plus a Frame Edges die to fit her Accordion (her choice) so she, too, can be making Stacked Star Accordions like the one featured in this month's video tutorial:



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Congratulations, Diane!

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