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Congratulations go out to Cameo H. of Blissmade Designs. I find it very telling that the random number generator selected a reader whose about me blog statement says, “My items have been made with BLISS…” Perhaps the Universe likes my change in attitude toward the positive and things are starting to coalesce with a beautiful synchrony.
Cameo, please contact me with your physical mailing address so I can pop your mini deck in the mail to you, and I hope you enjoy them when they arrive. I’d not met Cameo or heard of Blissmade Designs prior to her random selection as the winner of the Gelli Print Blog Hop giveaway. However, once she was selected I did pop on over to her blog which you can find here. It is worth checking out if you like handmade items, Instagram, or have a passion for fun eclectic artsy types who remain an everlasting 29 years old.
I didn’t want to spoil the fun by contacting Cameo before the big reveal today, but maybe in the future she could share something more about herself in the humble pages of my blog. We seem to share a lot of interests, although I can honestly say I have never used Instagram. You can also find Cameo and her art on Facebook page: Blissmade Designs
Sad that you aren’t the winner? Well, you can still get some totally awesome handcrafted inspiration art cards made with lots of love and gelli prints in the mail. How? Well, simply join the Positively Gellin’ group and participate in our Inspiration Deck Swap. The deadline isn’t until February 15, 2015 so you have plenty of time to pull some prints on your Gelli Plate, or handmade gelatin plate and get in on the fun with artists from around the globe. Who knows, maybe Cameo will even be inspired to play.
I also wanted to put a shout out to Michelle Reynolds again with a thank you for hosting the Gelli Print Blog Hop. She is the creative force behind Shells in the Bush and the marvelous moderator of Gelatin Printing Enthusiasts – a group which has inspired me, and continues to do so, more than I could even explain in words.