Karen Hunter received both a blue ribbon and a "People's Choice" award for her fabulous rendition of "Downton Abbey." The category was Original Art, Professional, Done by Competitor.
Jan McKay was awarded a blue ribbon and a "People's Choice" ribbon for her entry, "1810 Man Woman Overlay." The category was Original Art, Not Done by Owner, Before 1900.
The category was Foreign Paper Dolls After 1940 and the blue ribbon winner was Jan Belcher. The entry was entitled, "Miss Canada" and the set was published by Magic Toys and Displays, LTD.
Patricia Rourte Cooney received a blue ribbon for this Lynn Anderson album cover. The category was Celebrity Paper Dolls after 1940.
Loved Mary Young's entry in the Commercially Printed Card--Doll category. It won a blue ribbon! The card says, "A Litle Doll to Help You Get Well.
My second place entry in the Commercially Printed Card--Doll category
Peggy Ell won a blue ribbon for this entry, "Three of a Kind Lucy Leary Leary , Nesta Paper Doll." The category was Non-Celebrity Newspaper or Magazine.
Karen Hunter entered this blue ribbon winner in the Die Cut Scrap category, entitled, "Framed Cock Robin."