Hello everyone, welcome back to the last week of Challenge Three on the Chocolate Baroque challenge blog. Thank you so much for the fabulous entries that you have been posting so far, we are really enjoying seeing what you come up with each week. There is still plenty of time to enter this challenge, and if you would like to add your project, you can find the link in this post.
This week, we are taking a look at some of the entries that we have received so far for the current challenge. First up is a lovely card from Sally, who has used masks to add interest to her background, and created a lovely Autumn scene:
Next is a super Easter card from Katerina, sent in via email:
Draper's Creations has created a lovely bookmark for the challenge for her entry:
Finally, here is a card from Felicie who has made a beautiful scene using decoupage and lots of different stamps for her project:
This week, we have two free downloads for you from Lesley, and they are absolutely beautiful. Please do not pass them on to others, but send them back here to collect the freebies for themselves.
To obtain your free downloads, please click on the images below. Once you have enlarged the images on your screen, right click on the images, choose the option 'Save As', and save the images to your computer. You can now print the images onto a variety of surfaces for your crafting projects.
The Design Team have been busy making some projects with the downloads to give you some inspiration.
Here are a couple of projects from Florence, an Eastern inspired project:
and a really clever blend of the feisty angel and some bee stamps:
A fairy scene from Shirley:
Two leafy projects from Miranda:
This second project mixes old and new stamps beautifully:
We will be back next week with a new challenge, 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 the blog, 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.