Monday, October 14, 2013

Come Have Your Say! Voting for Challenge #6 now open!

Hello to you all. I hope that you all had an exceptionally good weekend. For those readers who live in the incredibly beautiful country of Canada, Happy Thanksgiving!

It is time to get the voting underway for Challenge #6. Now unfortunately, we only had 11 people enter our challenge so we had to make a decision as to whether to have a top seven or not. The consensus of the team was to not choose a top seven and to open up the voting to every single participant; so, all the entrants have the opportunity to be chosen as the Voter's Choice.

Now, unfortunately Inlinkz doesn't allow you to visit the blog until AFTER you have voted.  This makes things difficult because voting on this challenge blog is all about the project OR post that inspires you most and the person may not have created anything at all but instead had an incredibly inspiring story to tell in their post.  That is especially true in the case of Pat M.'s second entry this week so please make sure you go read what she had to say and not just place your vote based on the image that comes up in the linkup.  In the future I am going to provide links to each top seven entry so that you have the opportunity to actually  head over to the blogs and check out each post to help you with your voting.  For this week however, since there is no top seven, I am simply going to list each of the entrant's names which is linked up to their blog (order is reflective of how they entered the challenge and nothing else).

Have Your Say!
It is time for you, our readers, to vote for your favourite entry.  So take a look at all the entries linked up above by heading over to the blogs and checking out their posts.  Which participant most inspires you?  Remember, you are not necessarily voting on a creation that was made.  You might simply find what the person had to say in their post to be inspiring and optimistic.  For this particular challenge, the theme was all about HONESTY.  Which participant best conveyed this concept to you?  Please let us know who your choice is by placing your vote below using the Inlinkz feature. 

Voting open for 10 days:
October 14th to October 24th

So, come have your say in determining the Voter's Choice for Challenge #6!  Don't forget to leave a comment after you have voted.  There will be a prize for one lucky voter who leaves a comment (chosen randomly).  Why not pay a visit to your favourite and let them know how they inspired you.

Good luck everyone!

Important  Note:

Please note that in order for this to work, I must add all the entries but I can only do this AFTER I have published this post.  So there will be some overlap time between when this post is published and when you will be able to vote.  Once I have uploaded the entries there will be a total of eleven images below on which to vote.  If there are less than eleven, it means that I am still in the process of adding the images and you should come back in a little while to make your vote.  Thank you for your patience!


nancyparker55 said...

Just voted. It was hard to do because there was lovely work by all! This was a fun challenge. Looking forward to the next one.

Edwina said...

I love Deanne's card. the sentiment is honesty. I felt her card was more true to the challenge.I felt that a lot of cards did not have to do with Honesty. I love all of them. They are all so pretty and have good messages. Edwina Brown

Pumpy said...

I have voted a very difficult task, they are all lovely cards. May the best card win. xx

Mimi said...

I am not sure how to vote - sorry being a ditz. Hope it is OK if I put it here Love Pat Martins honesty re craft supplies and space - she gets my vote Hugs Mimi

Pat said...

I love that visitors and bloggers can vote for any of the entries this month!! We are all tops on this post!!

D- said...

Best of luck to everyone!
Crafty hugs,

Regina said...

I've voted! I like Annie's card!

Denise Pustelniak said...

I managed to vote but all the entries are fab!

Jennifer said...

This is absolutely stunning, I love how Julie has represented different parts of her life. The fact that she found the time to create such a wonderful piece of art shows how much she is dedicated to her family and her creative side. She is obviously a whizz at being able to juggle all the parts of her life admirably. An absolute inspiration, I totally love this. Hugs, Jen x
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