Entry Questions

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Sheila H wrote
on Jul 13, 2008 8:54 AM

I was thinking of entering the Strining Challenge Black & White. So basically, I make the piece and take a photo. I enter that photo and if I win then it is published in the magazine.

Do I need to submit instructions at some point? Is that piece still mine so that I can sell it at a later time? What all do I need to remember like the specific beads, where I bought them, cost?

Sorry for all the questions, but I have never entered before. Right now I have about 10 projects going so I want to know if I need to keep those beads separate so I have all the required info later.


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Billy Z wrote
on Jul 13, 2008 9:32 AM

 I am working on a piece that I want to enter as well. I've never wrote down anything and every piece is a bit different even if I make the same piece for several different people. I'd like to know the answers to some of these questions as well. *grinz sheepishly* Thanks.

 Billy ;o)

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DanielleF@9 wrote
on Jul 15, 2008 1:13 PM

 Hi Sheila,

The Stringing challenge is very low maintenance! We do NOT need you to send in the piece--it is yours to keep. You do NOT need to write intructions.  You do NOT need to send us a note about what beads were used (unless you're a winner, in which case we'll email you to ask for a very brief description of the materials used). All you need to do is send in a picture of your contest entry!

Good luck!

Danielle Fox, editor of STRINGING

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Sheila H wrote
on Jul 15, 2008 5:05 PM

 Thanks for the information! I have seen some where you have to be very detailed and I think that stopped me from entering. So this will be my first!

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RomaJane wrote
on Jul 28, 2008 8:13 PM


Hi Danielle

I would like to add a question if you don't mind, on the winter challenge "Black and White" contest, does this mean that the entry's must be black and white?





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