Saturday, 25 October 2014

Bravo Badge Winners!





We're delighted to announce the winners of this year's badge competition.






First prize goes to Sally Poyton and Katy Dynes - Katy turned Sally's text into a unique image and our judges loved it - well done Katy and Sally.

Second prize goes to this batty beauty from Jo Byatt:


And congratulations to our runners up - well done Benjamin Scott, Sarah Broadley & Dave Gray, Jenny Moore, and Paul Morton - you're all fabulous!
Thanks to everyone that entered, your badges were brilliant, if only we could print them all. Our winning badges will be on sale at this years conference - come find us there!



Kathy Evans is an all round star volunteer for SCBWI. She created the W&P celebrations editor role, organised the South East area network with Mariam Vossough, is now finance ARA for SCBWI British Isles and is again organising this year's conference badge competition. She is represented by Sophie Hicks.

10 comments:

  1. Really chuffed! Katy's design looks amazing, thanks Katy! Although I LOVE the books bat of Jo's !

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    1. Thank you so much! I really love your design too, Congratulations! it must have been a very hard job, as they are all lovely

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    2. Congratulations everyone! x

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  2. How smile-inducing. I shall be purchasing both! Well done all.

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  3. And the actual badges have arrived - they look awesome!

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    1. Can't wait to see it! Thank you!

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  4. OMG! I have only just seen this, I didn't know!!! I'm so excited, this is my first project I have entered for SCBWI!!

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    1. Did you not get your email Jo?!

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    2. No Kathryn, I'm afraid I didn't :(

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  5. I'm so excited too! Thrilled to have received your email and thank you so much Sally, Jo and Kathryn! Jo- your badge design is ACE- and like you, my first time, entering the competition too! Am so disappointed that I couldn't come to the Conference, but will be there next year with bells and whistles.......just can't wait for my package in the post! Thank you all!

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