“Show Us Your Craft” Corrigan Contest Recap
When we were trying to come up with concepts for a unique, interactive contest for our social media followers, one concept really stood out: Craftsmanship. We’ve used “Experience Craftsmanship” as our tagline to note not only the quality we provide, but also as a declaration that we are experts at our trade. However, a wide variety of crafts exist across different industries and professions, making us want to find out all the different trades you, our readers, have come to master in our “Show Us Your Craft” contest.
Our winner was Debbie, who submitted a quilt she made that really caught the eye of voters:
She will be visiting an amusement park near her hometown as summer winds up and we thank her for her entry.
We also wanted to highlight the entries of other contestants, whose crafts were truly excellent and who submitted some really fun pictures.
First up is Bethany, who submitted a photo of the work her husband does as a welder. Take a close look at the picture of his bamboo gate before you read her thoughts as the quality of work is really amazing:
“The metal work that my husband creates requires him to use his physical strength, brains and creativity all at once. The outcome is functional art that not only serves the purpose of whatever the project may require, but is also aesthetically pleasing and completely one of a kind!”
Crafts don’t always involve using your hands and can, instead, involve interacting with people. The photo Melissa submitted was great and definitely worth sharing as it captures the balance we all strive for in one way or another. As a family-owned and operated company, we especially appreciate her answer about the work-life juggle she takes on every day:
“I am a resident physician and a mom. Balancing work and family is an art form and I work everyday at perfecting my craft.”
Our thanks to everyone who submitted entries to the “Show Us Your Craft” contest, as well as Liked our Page to vote. The outpouring of interest and engagement was more than we ever expected and we look forward to discussing with you all of the ‘moving’ pieces that go into a relocation in the coming months (and years)!
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