Hello all, thanks once again for coming back to the blog. Today I am going to announce the winner of the big give-a-way and also go over my storage idea for this entire deck.
First I want to thank those that followed along each week, weather you finished your deck or not, I appreciate everyone who followed along. Here are the links for each week just in case your finishing up.
and our Facebook group
and the Pinterest Board link
I decided use an Artist Trading Block (by Eileen Hull) to hold my entire deck, it was the perfect size, there are several sizes of this block but for this I'm using the largest, you can find it HERE
I used the black Matboard for my box and I'm going to decorate white paper for each side
Here are what my squares look like for my sides
My process was to paint the backgrounds and then stencil and doodle on each square. I used Dina Wakley's paints
For my hearts, I used gelli print backgrounds and drew hearts and cut them out, I also used torn gelli prints
I pasted each decorated square to each side of my artist trading block
I cut the lid off, the altered playing cards will stick out the top, which is what I want, this way I can flip through them. Here is what my box looks like
The feet are mini dominos glued together two high
However you decide to display yours, I'm sure it will work for you.
I hope you have had a great time playing in this challenge and hopefully you finished your set. If not, keep going!
And now for the winner of our giveaway
I put all the names in a hat and had my daughter draw one. I added some names from my Facebook group as well, people that don't blog but have followed along each week
AND THE WINNER IS............
Congrats Susan, email me with your address or message me on Facebook. Either way, I will send your prize out asap! YAY!
Some of you have expressed that you want me to do the jokers so next week, I will do the jokers and those will be the last. Come back next week to see those
Once again, thanks so much for following along!!