Random Choice Winners
These are the random choice winners from our Tangled & Stranded in Madagascar Exhibit. To make our challenge fair, we had 10 Random Choice Winners. These are not in any particular order. We wish there could have been more prizes as so many were well received and loved by the Creativ Festival Guests.
I have added some comments to each picture based on receiving these donations but also guest reactions on the show floor.
Betty Lewis, Indiana USA
Betty’s pillow was shocking when it came out of the box in front of Daniel and I. It was whimsical and really artistic. Felt lovers admired this pillow. This pillow screams personality.
Judy Wray, Mississippi USA
Judy’s island beach them was infused with personality and attention to detail all around. In fact, we made this the centre piece of Stitch Letto Circle when we weren’t using it for teaching. No matter how you turned this project, it was complete in every sense. The duck in the hammock as well as Melman’s quirky looks really gave this an exquisite finish.
Alan Lenton, Pennsylvania USA
Alan’s two tiki men stood high in the Tiki Tower monitoring the entire exhibit. What was really cool about this was the attention to the masks. It was actually a separate construction from the doll. His mask was not removable. You could see from behind that a head was formed behind it. The grass skirt was really neat. Of course, no tiki soldier is complete without his spear.
Pamela Jones, Maine USA
Pamela’s penguins were snapped up quick by the guests of Creativ Festival. They reminded people of bowling pins and could stand on their own. They are whimsical and well done. The attention to the red scarf was a great touch.
Kelly Wilson, Hamilton Ontario
Marty the Zebra Steak came up for the draw. The steak really made guests laugh at the attention to a detail in the movie. Alex looking all mean made this an inseparable pair. I know for me, I forgot about this part of the movie and loved how Kelly captured this in crochet.
Margie Carroll, New York USA
Margie’s Giraffe in a Crate made us giggle with delight at the show. Melman is looking all spun up on drugs and stuck in the crate. On the back of this character had the word “Up” upside down to capture the quirky scene.
Ellen Morey, Texas USA
Ellen created a large number of items for our exhibit. It’s no surprise her name was drawn. Her zebra blankie was selected. Ellen’s characters were all sitting on top of our Stitch Letto Circle. All of her creations were taken home to great homes.
The three characters in a crate were really a great mix of mixed media. The crate is actually plastic canvas with hand cross stitch applied. The happy go lucky lion, giraffe and zebra fitted the box perfectly.
Deanne McGregor, Texas USA
This fun drag monkey sat proudly at our exhibit. He/she was fun and many people had a chuckle at the creativity within this fabulous creation.
Julie Birkes, Nebraska USA
A crowd favourite for sure is the Sushi Penguin. Ready to have something delish to eat? He’s serving up some goodies. This is actually two components where when placed together, they complete each other.