Hello everyone, welcome back to the Chocolate Baroque challenge blog. As Christmas approaches, we would like to thank you for your continued support for our blog. For those of you who have entered into the challenge, Thank You so much for finding the time amongst your busy preparations.
This week we are taking a look at some of your entries into the current challenge, and as always, we are really impressed with the artwork that you continue to produce for the challenges. Our first entry is Janny, who has used some of our newest stamps to create an underwater scene on her card:
Rachel, with her beautiful Christmas card, the background is really lovely:
Kristiina has created some beautiful ATCs combining music paper and floral stamps:
Barbara has made a card using a white embossed butterfly, which is layered simply on a plain background, the butterfly is decoupaged and really stunning:
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We have two free downloads from Lesley for you this week, they will be so useful in your crafting stash. Please do not pass them on to others, but send them back here to collect the freebies for themselves.
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Florence, a lovely card showcasing the image beautifully against a white background:
Shirley with thoughts of Valentine's Day ahead:
me, using some of the lovely Autumn themed stamps available on the website:
Thank you girls for your projects, we hope that they have inspired you to have a go at making something with them yourselves. Why not upload what you have made to our Facebook Page? We would really love to see your projects.
We will be back next week with a new challenge, 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 post; you will see it after the comments section.