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  • #2
    Congratulations to all of the winners!

    Great job everyone.
    Shawn Ferguson

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    • #3
      I looked and took the survey - I bet that was a hard one to pick those winners!

      I really want that turtle toy in an issue of the magazine!

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      • #4
        Some very beautiful work there! A great mix of I-couldn't-dream-of-doing-that showstoppers and of really well executed but simpler patterns. The turtle toy Brenda mentions looks easy to cut, but the paint job really brings it to another level.

        Big congrats to the winners and to all of the entrants.


        • #5
          Thanks a lot for the congratulations to the winners and yes, big congrats also for all the entrants. I'm very proud and very honored to receiving an award for my project "Bouquet of flowers in oval vase" in General Scrolling category. Thanks a lot for all people that voted for me, thank also for the jury and for SSWC.
          Best regards

          Simon MARTIN
          From France

          Visit My Gallery:Simon's Album

          You can also look at my pyrography galery: Martin's Album


          • #6
            Hi everyone! Thank you for allowing me to join such a remarkable group. I am honored that my Whooping Crane is a 2013 Design Contest winner in Intarsia/Segmentation. The competition was stiff, and I loved everyone's pieces and the obvious talent in techniques applied to achieve such remarkable results. Congrats to everyone, and thank you to the editors as well as voting public. Linda David
            Last edited by Linda In Phoenix; 07-11-2013, 01:15 AM. Reason: incomplete
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            • #7
              That Whooping Crane is fantastic. I especially like the effect of the grasses.
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