NTPCG Bottles of Hope Challenge Winners

May 18, 2009

Polymer Clay

Wow! All I can say is wow! This year was our first annual North Texas Polymer Clay Guild Bottles of Hope challenge. For those that are not familiar with Bottles of Hope, it is a charity program where artists cover small glass medicine bottles with polymer clay which are then donated to cancer patients and survivors as a symbol of hope. As the chair of this program for our guild, I was both excited and nervous about our first big event. We had 23 gorgeous submissions that were truly some of the best I’ve ever seen! I thought I’d share the winners with you below. Pics of ALL of the bottles are available on our NTPCG website . Enjoy the talent of these amazing ladies!

Best of Show – Elpida: Keeping Hope in her Heart by Dotty McMillan

2009 North Texas Polymer Clay Guild Bottles of Hope Challenge Winner

Best Expression of Hope – 1st Place: Raising Hope by Lisa Pate

2009 North Texas Polymer Clay Guild Bottles of Hope Challenge Winner

Best Expression of Hope – 2nd Place: The Cow Jumped over the Moon by Nina Owens

2009 North Texas Polymer Clay Guild Bottles of Hope Challenge Winner

Best Expression of Hope – 3rd Place: Wings of Hope by Tricia Dewey

2009 North Texas Polymer Clay Guild Bottles of Hope Challenge Winner

Nature – 1st Place: Mr. Mushroom by Nina Owens

2009 North Texas Polymer Clay Guild Bottles of Hope Challenge Winner

Nature – 2nd Place: God’s Garden of Hope by Dotty McMillan

2009 North Texas Polymer Clay Guild Bottles of Hope Challenge Winner

Nature – 3rd Place: Rainforest of Hope by Lisa Pate

2009 North Texas Polymer Clay Guild Bottles of Hope Challenge Winner

Texas – 1st Place: Texas Armadillo by Nina Owens

2009 North Texas Polymer Clay Guild Bottles of Hope Challenge Winner

Texas – 2nd Place: Texas or Bust by Sherri Sneed

2009 North Texas Polymer Clay Guild Bottles of Hope Challenge Winner

Texas – 3rd Place: Cowboy Courage by Lisa Pate

2009 North Texas Polymer Clay Guild Bottles of Hope Challenge Winner

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