Giveaway & Challenge Winners…

Jennifer Wilson

I’m your guide here at Simple Scrapper. Our community helps people find what fills you up and fits your life in memory keeping.

March 26, 2012

We had two special events close this past Friday. I’m here and ready to announce the prize winners. Are you ready?

First off, our March Reader Challenge invited scrapbookers to create a layout using a list format on a journaling card.

Irma, our winner, created a gorgeous ABCs of Me layout. Visit her blog for the full details. Congrats Irma, you’ve won $15 credit from Persnickety.

We also had a giveaway for the new Stamping Secrets eBook from Ella Publishing. There were a lot of great questions asked, which will be answered in a future post!

In the meantime, the winner is #3, Helen. She asked:

I would love to do more stamping in my scrapbooking, but am unsure about the different types of stamp pads available, and which ones to use, e.g. what is the best medium to use for stamping directly onto photos?

Congratulations to the winners!

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