Winners of the Anything Goes with ItsyBitsy Challenge

Folks! We are here with the winners and finalists for the Anything Goes with ItsyBitsy Challenge. This time we continued with the new methodology. We invited all your fabulous entries and then opened the gallery to audience votes. The judges made their choices after considering the audience feedback as but  bear in mind that audience feedback was not the sole deciding factor, it was used to help choose a winner.


So without further delay your winners are Sathya for this exquisite White on White Card for Paper Crafting and Smita for this fantastic Terracotta jewellery set. Satha used the ItsyBitsy Spots Embossing folder and the ItsyBitsy Thin Cuts Venetian Panel Die in her beautiful creation. For Smita’s creation, the paints and findings are from ItsyBitsy. Well done Sathya and Smita. You both get a voucher of Rs.1000 from ItsyBitsy so write in to to claim your award and winners badge.

Now on to the finalists. For Paper Crafting the creations that really stood out for us in no particular order were:

Rupa for this gorgeous altered liquor box. Rupa used the scallop square die, TH tattered leaves die and Pattern Paper all from ItsyBitsy. 

Tanvi for this admirable book box! Click on her link to see the project, it’s really fabulous. Tanvi used red embossing powder and pattern paper from ItsyBitsy in her creation.  

 Viola for these adorable quilled Santa’s. Viola used different sized quilling strips and pearl stickers from ItsyBitsy in her project. 

Durga for this beautifully constructed card.  Durga used ItsyBitsy Embossing folders in her project. 

Sridevi for this clean and captivating accordion card project. Sridevi used crepe paper from ItsyBitsy in her project. 
Shilpa for this adorable and innovative card! The toads and the grass embellishments are from ItsyBitsy. 
Now on to the finalists for Jewellery Making. Since there were just 15 entries, we’ve shortlisted 3 finalists whose work really stood out in no particular order. 
Pratyusha for this extremely original set. Pratyusha used quilling strips and jewellery findings from ItsyBitsy in her project.
Radhika for this innovating and attractive creation. Radhika used a number of products from ItsyBitsy in her project but the most interesting is the pendant which she created using one of our cling stamps. Fantastic stuff Radhika!
Viola for this striking terracotta set. Viola used terracotta beads and paints from ItsyBitsy in her creation. 
Well done to all the crafters mentioned in this post! Congratulations on your fine work! We’re thrilled to see such wonderful creations arising from ItsyBitsy products! Please write in to to obtain your badges. 
Looking forward to seeing your entires in our current Picture Inspiration Challenge. See you soon!

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