Rachel left a comment telling me how I can see all the links from the original post. Take a cyber wet noodle and knock me on the head!! Really, I shouldn't even be allowed to have a blog, never mind run a contest....(yes, it is frightening that your tax dollars pay my salary as a lawyer.... ha ha...) So, if you posted a link on the original post, you are good! Also, I'll continue to take email pictures at firstname.lastname@example.org or links to the original post through Sunday February 18th. The entries are amazing. Picking winners is going to be sooo hard!! (but fun). I am going to try and get all the cards into one place (I can hear you all begging me to just stop this insanity!!). I will post the winners Monday February 19th regardless of whether I can pull all of the entries into one big post. Pause. You're Welcome!! In the meantime, here is a mistake I made yesterday. . . How I made this mistake: I cut out an A2 card, scored at the top. Using the Cuttlebug Stamp Die, I punched a lovely cutout. I took a piece of black cardstock and punched out a square so the stamp would have a nice emphasis. Stamped a heart from SU's Love Matters set in Black Memories Dye ink (really waterproof!!), and colored in with a Pink Passion marker, cut it out and popped it up with an SU dimensional. Tied the ribbon, which I think I bought from Reasonable Ribbon. At this point, I am loving this card!! Now the mistake ... The bottom of the card just sat there looking lonely and cried out for something. I couldn't just leave it alone, could I???? So, I took SU's All in a Row and with a Stamp Ma Jig, tried to stamp a nice line of dots with a saying on the bottom. Ugh. Came out crooked. Tried various methods to cover it all up and finally just cut off the bottom of the card. Hey, now it's a square little card with no matching envelope -- good enough for in house giving!! Finally, where's the rest of the Ellen Hutson interview? I've decided to post that tomorrow (Sunday). I didn't want all of the contest nonsense to get in the way of the rest of Ellen.