Hello everyone, and welcome to our final week of Challenge Twenty-Two on the Chocolate Baroque Challenge Blog. Thank you for your support and lovely comments throughout the month, we really enjoy reading what you have to say. We hope that you have been enjoying the challenge, and the inspiration provided by the DT this month. There is still plenty of time to enter, and you can add your projects to the link in this post.
This week, we are taking a look at a few of the entries that we have received for the current challenge, and showcasing them on the blog.
Penny's love of steampunk has taken a citrus twist this month, as she has co-ordinated with the spicy challenge colours:
Janny has opted for a Mackintosh themed card for her entry:
Sue's lovely background is a great backdrop for the lovely tulip image:
Lesley's pretty Brusho and bleach card showcases some great techniques:
To obtain your free download, please click on the image below. Once you have enlarged the image on your computer screen, right click the image, choose the option 'Save As', and save the image to your computer. You can now print the image onto a variety of surfaces for your crafting projects.
The Design Team have been making some beautiful projects for your inspiration using the free download. Claire has created a three dimensional scene, combining parts of the background and lots of stamping.
Anne has also used a combination of stamping and the fabulous background to make her clever card:
Thank you so much girls for your lovely projects. We hope that they will inspire you to use Lesley's download paper to make something yourself. If you do make something using one of Lesley's downloads, please share it with us by uploading it to our Facebook page, we would love to see what you create.
We will be back next week with a brand new challenge, but hope to see lots more entries for the current challenge in the meantime. Don't forget, if you have any questions, and cannot find the answers on the blog pages, 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.