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«Creative Activities 2016 Rules & Premiums The Creative Activities Kitchen and this premium book are proudly presented by Gold Medal Flour. ...»

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SP621: Perry and Sheila McGowan, Forest Lake, Minn., will award $25 and a rosette in honor of Doris Tufte for creative loom weaving in the Scandinavian tradition. Judges choice of best entry (loom woven classes). Prize money included in the fair check.

SP622: Mississippi River Spinners, St. Cloud, Minn., will award $25 to the exhibitor of the overall best hand-spun yarn from classes 595-598 (combined).

SP623: The Knit Shop at Rocking Horse Farm, St. Cloud, Minn., will award $20 gift certificate to judge’s choice best hand-spun yarn from classes 595-598 (combined).

Creative Activities Rules & Premium Book 2016

FREE HAND PAINTING

Styles such as: folk, peasant, early American, Pennsylvania Dutch, rosemaling. No oil or acrylic painting on canvas. NO drawings on paper.

ON PORCELAIN Must be fired. Signed and dated by artist. No greenware or plaster, no plate stands, no dolls. Work can be done on a 2 or 3 dimensional piece and can be framed or unframed. The design of the piece can be anything from traditional to contemporary. Subject

matter can be anything from the following list:

624 Landscape

625 Portrait

626 Animals (wildlife, bugs, fish, etc.)

627 Still life

628 Fruit

629 Hand built - Painted

630 Contemporary

631 Flowers

632 Christmas

633 Birds

634 Luster

635 Jewelry

636 Mixed media (glass, transfers, etc. added to porcelain)

637 Not otherwise specified (NOS)

638 Sweepstakes (do not enter)

The Minnesota Porcelain Arts Guild has donated $350 towards the premiums in the porcelain arts and will award $30 and a rosette to the following: SP639: Porcelain Painter Award, judge’s choice for best use of color; classes 624-637 (combined).

SP640: Porcelain Color Design Award, judge’s choice for best design; classes 624-637 (combined). Prize money is listed above and will be included in the fair check.

ON WOOD Styles such as: Folk, Peasant, Early American, Pennsylvania Dutch, Rosemaling. No oil or acrylic painting on canvas.

641 Box or bookends

642 Furniture, large piece (cabinet, bench, large table, etc.)

643 Furniture, small piece (side table, chair, etc.)

644 Plate

645 Tray

646 Wall plaque, 12 in. diameter or under

647 Wall plaque, over 12 in. diameter

648 Decorative bowl

649 Free standing decoration

650 Not otherwise specified (NOS)

SP651: Ingebretsen’s Scandinavian Gifts, Minneapolis, Minn., will award a $25 gift certificate to the best piece painted in traditional Norwegian rosemaling from classes 641-650 (combined).

ON OTHER MATERIAL Styles such as: Folk, Peasant, Early American, Pennsylvania Dutch, Rosemaling) No oil or acrylic painting on canvas.

652 Glass

653 Papier-mâché or terra cotta

654 Fabric or leather

655 Miniature figure or animal

656 Miniature figure, mounted on animal

657 Metal

658 Wall decoration

659 Not otherwise specified (NOS)

660 Sweepstakes from classes 641-659 combined (do not enter)

Creative Activities Rules & Premium Book 2016 STAINED GLASS Measure actual glass, not the frame.

661 Glass, stained and leaded, under 4 sq. ft

662 Glass, stained and leaded, 4-9 sq. ft.

663 Glass, stained and leaded, over 9 sq. ft.

664 Glass, stained and leaded lamp or lamp shade, shade under 16 in. diameter

665 Glass, stained and leaded lamp or lamp shade, shade 16 in. diameter and over

666 Fused glass picture

667 Fused glass vessel

668 Sweepstakes (do not enter)

SP669: Glass Endeavors, Minneapolis, Minn., will award $30 gift certificates to the first place winners and $25 gift certificates to the second place winners in classes 661-665.

J Ring Glass Studio, St. Paul, Minn., will award $100 and a rosette to SP670: Winner of fused glass picture (class 666). SP671:

Winner of fused glass vessel (class 667). Prize money will be included in the fair check.

DECORATIVE CRAFTS No drawings, paintings, greenware, plaster, slip cast ceramics, macramé, seeds, photography, felt Christmas stockings, plastic canvas, tied fleece throws, frosted decorations, yard art, no artificial or dried flower arrangements. No needlework except in classes 672-673, 678, 700, 709 and 712. Not responsible for fragile articles. Small jewelry must be fastened to a card.

672 Bead assemblage/embroidery

673 Bead assemblage on thread or wire, one or two strands

674 Beaded bags

675 Beaded necklace

676 Beaded bracelet

677 Beaded earrings and/or pins

678 Needlewoven beadwork, (3-D object)

679 Beads, hand made (glass, metal, wood, ceramic, etc.

Usage not considered; judged on beads alone)

680 Beadwork, not otherwise specified

681 Polymer clay, beads (usage not considered, judged on beads alone)

682 Polymer clay, jewelry (personal adornment [necklace, bracelet, earrings])

683 Ceramics, coil construction

684 Ceramics, slab construction, large

685 Ceramics, slab construction, small

686 Ceramics, wheel thrown

687 Ceramics, sculpture (original)

688 Polymer clay, sculpture -- non-figurative (containers, decorative items)





689 Polymer clay, sculpture -- figurative (people, animals)

690 Mask

691 Blown glass

692 Mosaic, on flat surface

693 Mosaic, on 3-D form

694 Paper, handmade

695 Paper sculpture or quilling (paper folded, scored, pieced, curled)

696 Papier-mâché item

697 Paper cutting

698 Occasional cards or note paper, mounted on cardboard, under plastic

699 Pressed flowers framed under glass

700 Decorated sweatshirt, other than painted

701 Tie dyed and dip dyed fabric

702 Hand painted silk and Batik dyed

703 Silk screen printing on fabric

Creative Activities Rules & Premium Book 2016 704 Decoupage

705 Decorative stuffed animal, bird or figure (not a toy), up to 12 in.

706 Decorative stuffed animal, bird or figure (not a toy), over 12 in.

707 Tooled leather item

708 Leather garment

709 Wall hanging on fabric or paper, original design

710 Kite or mobile

711 Whirligig, wind chime or wind sock

712 Handmade books

713 Not otherwise specified (NOS), up to 14 in.

714 Not otherwise specified (NOS), over 14 in.

715 Sweepstakes (do not enter)

SP716: The Upper Midwest Bead Society will award $25 to the first place winners and $15 to the second place winners in classes 560-561, 672-680. In addition, they will award a year’s membership to the first through third place winners in those same classes. Prize money is included in the premiums listed and will be included in the fair check.

SP717: The Polymer Clay Guild of Minnesota will award a rosette, a 1-year membership to the Guild ($25 value) and $15 to the first place winners of classes 681, 682, 688, and 689. The guild will also award second and third place of the same classes with $10 and $5. Prize money is included in the premiums listed above and will be included in the fair check.

SP718: Clay Squared to Infinity will award $15, $10, and $5 gift certificates to the first, second, and third place winners of classes 681, 682, 688, and 689.

SP719: Glass Endeavors, Minneapolis, Minn. will award $30 gift certificate to the first place winners in classes 692-693, Mosaics, on flat surface and on 3-D form.

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DOLLS Dolls must have a head, body, arms and legs. Dolls made and dressed by exhibitor. No plastic dolls. No kits (i.e.

Strawberry Shortcake, etc.) No dolls on soap containers, bottles, cans or mops. Dolls should be no larger than 30 in. Dolls must be able to stand or be accompanied by a stand.

720 Doll, character type (fairy, imaginary character, etc.) single, 8 in. or over

721 Doll, character type (fairy, imaginary character, etc.) single, under 8 in.

722 Doll, pair, character type (fairy, imaginary character, etc.)

723 Doll, made and dressed by exhibitor, representing a fictional story book character (Cinderella, Raggedy Ann or Andy, Santa, etc), single or pair

724 Doll, portrait, single or pair, face and costume representing a certain individual, living or dead (recognizable or accompanied by a photo of individual)

725 Doll, ethnic, made and dressed by exhibitor, to represent a certain country or culture, single or pair

726 Group of dolls made by exhibitor and shown in a setting depicting a story or group of characters (limit 3-5)

727 Doll, play type, made and dressed by exhibitor, of fabric material

728 Soft sculpture

729 Puppet, hand, single or pair

Creative Activities Rules & Premium Book 2016

DOLL DRESSED BY EXHIBITOR

730 Doll dressed by exhibitor, 8 in. or over, sewn clothes

731 Doll dressed by exhibitor, under 8 in., sewn clothes

732 Doll dressed by exhibitor, hand knit or crocheted clothes

733 Bride doll dressed by exhibitor, sewn clothes only on adult type doll (no animals dressed as brides)

734 Group of dolls dressed by exhibitor depicting a story or group of characters (must have 3-5 dolls).

ANTIQUE REPRODUCTION AND MODERN DOLLS

735 Doll, reproduction antique, made by exhibitor, of bisque material, must be incised with exhibitor name/initials (not inked)

736 Doll, reproduction antique, made by exhibitor, other than bisque material (wood, wax, etc.), must include on tag the kind of doll the reproduction represents

737 Bisque dolls made by exhibitor, other than antique reproduction (original sculpted dolls, molds), must be incised with exhibitor name/initials (not inked)

DOLL CLOTHES Doll clothes must be mounted on cardboard no larger than 24” x 36”.

738 Doll clothes, set (mounted on cardboard) made by exhibitor

739 Doll clothes, set (mounted on cardboard) made by exhibitor, knit or crocheted

SOFT TOYS No commercially printed pattern that is only sewn and stuffed.

740 Bear, fabric stuffed, made by exhibitor, 15 in. or over

741 Bear, fabric stuffed, made by exhibitor, under 15 in.

742 Bears, set of 3 or more (limit 5), dressed or undressed

743 Bear, fabric stuffed, made by exhibitor, dressed or undressed Bears in class 743 will be donated to the Ronald McDonald House

744 Stuffed fabric toy animal, other than bear, made by exhibitor, 15 in. or over

745 Stuffed fabric toy animal, other than bear, made by exhibitor, under 15 in.

746 Toy animal, other than bear (group set of 3-5), soft, stuffed, made of yarn or fabric............... $8 $6 $4 Ribbon 747 Toy animal or figure made by exhibitor of yarn, under 15 in.

748 Toy animal or figure made by exhibitor of yarn, over 15 in.

749 Soft animal of animal fur (not faux fur), made by exhibitor

750 Soft toy, other than animal or figure (blocks, books, etc.)

751 Fruit or vegetable doll (not made from produce), must have head, arms and legs................. $8 $6 $4 Ribbon 752 Miniature room or shop setting in 3 sided room or shadow box

753 Sweepstakes, dolls or toys (do not enter)

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STAMP COLLECTIONS Exhibits in this division need not be the work of the exhibitor, except as otherwise specified, but must be owned by the exhibitor. Stamps must be mounted in frames under glass. A brief explanation of the subject will add to the interest value.

Stamps and Post Cards will be displayed in aluminum frames with glass front panels which will swing around posts. The panels outside frame measure should not exceed 30” tall x 36” wide and 1 3/8” thick. Will take a frame of 1 1/4” depth.

REGULAR - COMMEMORATIVE - AIRMAIL Each class should contain at least 20 stamps or 10 covers, limited to one frame.

Maximum size limit of frame should be 30” x 36”. Stamps must be mounted horizontally. Classes 807, 808 and 809 must have stamps from more than one country.

800 U.S. 19th century postage

801 U.S. 20th century postage

802 U.S. and foreign revenues (stationery, departments, postage due, special delivery).............. $6 $4 $2 Ribbon 803 First day covers; U.S. or foreign

804 U.S. covers; not first day

805 Foreign covers; not first day

806 Foreign; one country

807 Topical; manufactured, from 2 countries (trains, boats, bridges, etc)

808 Topical; natural, from 2 countries (birds, animals, flowers, etc)

809 Topical; subject as art, from 2 countries (Red Cross, religion, space, etc)

810 Labels; Christmas, TB, local stamps, charity etc

811 Sweepstakes, stamp collections (do not enter)

SP812: Bruce Bauer, White Bear Lake, Minn., will award the Charles Bauer Memorial Trophy to the sweepstakes winner in stamp collections (class 811).

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POST CARDS Read instructions carefully, especially information about linens, chromes and antique post cards. Each frame must contain at least 6 cards - no more than 24. Cards must be mounted under glass or heavy plastic preferably with clear corner mounts. A brief explanation of the subject would add to the interest value. All categories except 815, 823, 824 are for antique (pre-1920) competition only.

Stamps and Post Cards will be displayed in aluminum frames with glass front panels which will swing around posts. The panels outside frame measure should not exceed 30” tall x 36” wide and 1 3/8” thick. Will take a frame of 1 1/4” depth.

815 Mixed era; trace one subject using cards from more than one era

816 Artist signed or greeting

817 Minnesota post cards

818 Views, places or buildings, etc. scenic nature (non-Minnesota)

819 People: famous, occupational, etc

820 Novelty cards

821 Transportation cards

822 Topic: historical event, dogs, cats, mining, fishing, etc

823 Linen ear post cards

824 Chrome (slick finish) modern post cards

Creative Activities Rules & Premium Book 2016 825 Sweepstakes, post card frames (do not enter)

SP826: The Twin Cities Post Card Club will award a plaque to the sweepstakes winner in post card frames (class 825).

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