This week, we are taking a look at some of the entries we have received for the challenge, and showcasing them on the blog. We have had some fabulous entries as always, which makes it difficult to choose, but here are some projects that we would like to mention:
Sylvia-Anne has created a very elegant card using Ophelia and a gothic window fragment. The softer colours create quite a dreamy effect:
Jen has created such dimension with quilling on her card, and the top dragonflies really look as though they are skimming over the water:
Gerrina has created a lovely romantic floral scene, with a great balance of colours. The flowers really pop against the paler turquoise background.:
Pauline has used polymer clay and the Sunny Sunflower stamp to create her stunning pendant:
We have two free downloads for you from Lesley this week, she has designed a plainer base layer suitable for lots of different card options and also a second design with an added embellishment. Please do not pass the images onto 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 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.
Florence has made a beautiful collaged card:
Judith has made a haberdashery themed card:
We will be back next week with another post and a brand new challenge. We look forward to seeing lots more entries for our current challenge in the meantime. There is still plenty of time to enter, and you can find the link in this post. 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 post; you will see it after the comments section.