Wednesday 6 August 2014

Week 4 Challenge 1

Hello everyone, welcome to another week on the Chocolate Baroque challenge blog. I would like to say hello to our new followers this week, and thank you to those of you who have entered the challenge so far, we are really enjoying your artwork.

Why not grab your crafty materials, and create something using the inspirational picture and colour swatch from our current challenge. You can enter using the Inlinkz link by clicking here .

This week we have something slightly different for you, a free download designed by our very own queen of the digital downloads Lesley . She has designed this 8" x 8" download especially for the challenge blog, and we hope that you will use it to create something crafty. It is not linked to the challenge at all, simply a freebie for you to use for your enjoyment. Please do not pass it on to others, but send them back here to collect the freebie for themselves.

To obtain your free download please click on the image below. Once you have the enlarged image on your screen, right click on the image, choose the option 'Save As', and save the image to your computer. You can now print the image onto a variety of surfaces for your crafting projects.

Here is a card that Judith has made with the download onto canvas for your inspiration:

We will be back next week with another post, and hope to see lots more entries for the current challenge. In the meantime, don't forget if you have any questions, and you can't find the answers on here, please send us a private message using the contact form located at the very end of this blog post; you will see it after the comments section.



  1. What a super versatile background - thank you....will enjoy using this!

  2. That is a lovely background paper. The colours are great. Thank you very much. x

  3. Thank you for this lovely background paper, I'm sure it will be very useful.

  4. I love the way you have picked out the colours from the download Judith & tied in the floral imagery with your embellishing flower & these gorgeous die cut leaves. The moth placed where it is picks out the blue perfectly from the edges.
    Paula (PEP)


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