Lots of awards at the last workshop. Lucky that Mary Berry was on hand to present our "Great British Make Off Awards!" - (this year's theme for our Annual club awards to say thank you to various people who have helped us this year.)
Winner(s) of the "Technical Challenge Award" for demos and Pinterest ideas - Sue (and Kay P)
Winner of the "Recycle Bingate Award" for patience and perseverance with a project - Vanessa
Winner of the "Signature Make Award" for sharing her techniques and style - Kay B
Winners of the "Even Make" award for loyalty and attendance - Brenda and Penny
Winner of the "On your marks, Get set, Make! Award" for Best Newcomer - Elaine
Winners of the "Soggy Bottom Award" for helping out all day at a very rainy Village Day - Mandy (and Karen W)
Winner of the "Showstopper Award" for all round high quality work - Billy
And our "Star Maker Award" goes to Linda W for doing demos, entering all competitions and generally producing work of a very high standard.
A very big thank you to you all and to Mary Berry for remaining so cheerful throughout the evening!
Then there was the bi-monthly challenge. You again voted for your favourites (see Christmas Creativity post) and entries this time were actually ranked in the order shown on the blog with Kay B's entry (A) being the winner this month.
Kay was also the winner of our overall Dec this Journal Competition.
|Kay's Winning Journal Entries
Thank you to Sandy and friends at the Craft Barn for judging and for donating a gift voucher as part of Kay's Prize.
|Linda's Completed "Dec This Journal"
Linda W. was runner up in the Competition.
Billy's Journal was also Highly Commended by Sandy and her team.
|Billy's Highly Commended "Dec This Journal"
Well done to all our other entrants too. It was great to have lots of entries for our bi-monthly challenges and fantastic that so many of you stuck with the challenge throughout the year to complete your journals.
Mary was worn out, but still smiling as she was driven away in her chauffered limo!
Happy Christmas to you all and all the best for 2015. Keep pinning those ideas and see you on 28th January (or 17th December for those of you coming to the Christmas meal.)