Hello everyone, welcome to the final week of Challenge Thirty-Two on the Chocolate Baroque Challenge Blog. We hope that you did not miss us too much last week. We are cutting back on our weekly blog posts just a little bit, but will still continue to bring you lots of Design Team inspiration at the beginning and end of each month. Thank you so much for your visits and comments throughout the month, we really appreciate your support. We hope that you are enjoying the current challenge, there is still plenty of time to enter, and be in with a chance of winning a £15 voucher to spend at Chocolate Baroque. You can add your entries to the link in this post.
This week, we are taking a look at some of the fabulous entries that we have received so far.
Rocky's striking steampunk tag makes full use of the metallic element included in this month's colour swatch.
Joan has created a fantasy watery theme for her clean and simple style card. The bold stripes representing the water are a very clever idea:
Regina would not normally use these colours together, but has created a fabulous floral card as a result:
Annie has created a bold covered journal, with lots of texture:
Cath up next, a very elegant card, with a scene behind the intricate gates:
Penny's dragons full of character are sure to make you smile, and her dramatic skyline forms a great backdrop for the scorched mountainside:
Kate; she has added a stencilled background and a bubbles stamp which matches the theme so well.
Pat's Spring themed card features an embossed background and prettily coloured flowers.
Celia's project includes some handmade flowers and a beautiful textured background, lots of detail:
Anne has made a pretty card and tag set using the shaving foam technique to create the swirly background. She stamped the card blank with Distress Ink to create the outer background frame. The main images were stamped using Versamark and heat embossed with copper powder.
Zoe has made a hanging incorporating one of our new Kingfisher stamps, and created a collage style background with text and other images.
Julie's tag uses stamps from the Key to my Dreams set, and she has used one of the large keys as a focal point: