Guild members presented their entries to our 2018-19 Guild Challenge—Idioms! at our May monthly meeting. We had 23 entries from 14 members.
Carol Darou, with her entry “Hold Your Horses” won viewers choice. Take a look at our talented entries – they are sure to make you smile. Hover over each image for the caption which includes the name of the member as well as the idiom they captured. Also click on each image to enlarge the picture in a separate tab.
Michelin Oldford – Idiom: It Takes Two to Tango
Hope Bell – Idiom: The World is Your Oyster, It;s up to you to find the Pearls
Marie Amyot – Idiom: Stumbling Blocks
Babs Grose – Idiom: If the shoe fits
Marie Amyot – Idiom: Don’t needle me, I’m quilting
Lana Powell- Idiom: Don’t Worry, I’ve Got Your Back
Babs Grose – Idiom: A Rose by any other name…is still a Rose
Marie Amyot – Idiom: Puppy Love
Anita Payne – Idiom: As high as a kite
Marie Amyot – Idiom: In a Pickle
Bonnie Leclair – Idiom: Let The Cat our of the Bag
Marie Amyot – Idiom: Cloud Nine
Alexis Mongeau – Idiom: Tempest in a Teapot
Linda Lake- Too many to list!
Marie Amyot – Idioms: A Bee in her bonnet, Wears her heart on her sleeve, and bird in the hand is worth two in the bush
Mara Harrison – Idiom: Piece of Cake
Minerva Osborne – Idiom: Getting a Second Wind
Muriel Hopper – Too many idioms to list!
Katy Van Dorsser – Idiom: The Sky’s the Limit, and Full of Hot Air
Babs Grose – Idiom: What Goes Around, Comes Around