Drum roll please... And the winners are:
Christine in Idaho - Such a beautiful book!!! My fave is the pear tree! Stunning!!!
Maia in Richmond BC, Canada - I love to make cards to send for Christmas or with gifts and I love new ideas and to learn new techniques. This book would be a joy to have as I haven't tried quilling yet.
Krista in Vancouver, Washington - I love papercrafting and I would love to learn how to quill. I have always been intrigued by quilling.
Thanks so much to everyone for leaving such lovely comments. It's great to see there's a ton of enthusiasm for fresh quilling ideas and I think it's safe to say all of us look to new books for inspiration.
Winners were selected by the random number generator at MathGoodies.com. I will be contacting each one of you this morning for your mailing addresses so Elizabeth can send out the books.
By the way, about the mystery of the knees in the printing press picture from yesterday's post... Elizabeth says, "Well spotted! It is a worker who constantly checks the colour levels as each one of those five blocks is a colour CMYK and I think the fifth one added a finish or gloss, but it was so loud in there I didn't catch all I was being told!"
And just so you don't have to go away sad if you weren't a lucky winner, how about another chance?! Quilling author, Molly Smith, is giving away two copies of her terrific book on her blog this week. She is celebrating the news that the hardcover edition of The New Paper Quilling has just been re-released as a paperback by Lark Books!