Wednesday, 25 February 2015

Challenge 8, Week Two- Time to announce our Winners!

Hello everyone, welcome to another week on the Chocolate Baroque Challenge Blog. This week we are announcing the winner of challenge Seven. The winner of our £15 prize to spend at Chocolate Baroque is Janny, whose card was drawn by as the overall winner. Congratulations Janny, we hope that you enjoy your prize.
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Our Top Three this month unusually have turned out to be a Top Four, as three entries tied with the same amount of votes. They were all chosen by the Design Team, and as always, we had a very difficult time choosing from the superb selection of entries that we received. Our Top Four in no particular order are:

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We have some more Design Team inspiration for you this week. First of all we have a retro inspired card from Florence:
Secondly, a card with Eastern promise from Asha:
A vibrant card from Debbie is our third piece of inspiration for you, using bold floral motifs:
Finally Maria has provided a lovely scene from Nature in the challenge colours:
Thank you girls for the inspiration. We hope that they will inspire you to want to join in the creative fun of our challenge.

We will be back next week with more projects from the Design Team, but until then, we look forward to seeing more of your entries. If you have any questions and you cannot 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.


  1. Congratulations to all the winners - an extraordinary variety of interpretations & I wouldn't like to have been trying to choose.
    What strikes me with the samples for the current challenge is that the two scenic designs are utterly different creating their own individual ambience. The same can be said of the other two, male & female recipients perhaps with both Florence & Debbie making use of the jaunty design angle.
    Paula (PEP)

  2. Congratulations to all the winners, beautiful, beautiful cards.
    Fabulous DT samples, Kate x

  3. thank you so much for choosing mine, really pleased!

  4. Thank you for choosing mine as well, the others are so gorgeous! I am proud to be up there with the other cards :).
    The DT projects are indeed very versatile - I still have to get started for this months challenge. I hope to be able to start the next few days, as it's a beautiful colour combination!

  5. I am the winner of this challenge. I am very happy. Thank you and it's almost (29 february) my birthday and this is my first gift. Greetings Janny

  6. Many thanks for selecting my entry in the Top 3/4 and well done to the others as well.

    Wonderful inspiration from the DT and hopefully I will get time to create something for challenge eight.

    B x


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