Another week has flown by and here we are again! I did add a page with the upcoming themes, you can click on it in the tabs above. I know how life can just get in the way sometimes, so I hope that helps some of you to get a little head-start on your ATC's.
Let's pick our winner from last week, the prize is the fabulous Ruby Ragdoll image from Dilly Beans and our winner is....
Congratulations Rebecca! Please send me an e-mail at JennBorj@yahoo.com with "WW Winner" in the subject line and I'll get your digi out to you ASAP!
Our top 3 for last week are:
10.) Melissa O.
Congratulations, girls! Please send me an e-mail to JennBorj@yahoo.com with "WW Top 3" in the subject line and I will send you the blog badge for you to display on your blog. I really want to comment on how impressed I was with Rebecca's entry - she's only 9 years old! She makes me think of Pablo Picasso's quote "Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain one once we grow up." I hope Rebecca keeps creating and I look forward to seeing more entries from her. :)
On to this week's challenge - our theme this week is:
I'd love to see quotes and words as the focal point of your ATC, but as long as it's got a quote or words on it somewhere, it counts. Our sponsor this week is:
Michelle will generously provide the winner with the digi image we played along with, "Happy Spring".
My ATC's are bright and cheery, which is how I like to think of Spring (even though quite often it's rainy and not-so-bright...LOL):
Mary combined a cute birdie stamp from Kawaii with the Happy Spring sentiment:
Chelsea used her quote to make an adorable little Easter ATC, love this:
Thanks so much for coming back every week - we love seeing all of your awesome ATC's and I personally love reading your comments to please keep 'em coming. :) Have a wicked crafty long weekend!