Wednesday, 10 December 2014

Digital Freebie from Chocolate Baroque

Hello everyone, it's time for the monthly free digital downloads over on the Challenge Blog. The Design Team have been making some projects with the downloads for your inspiration, so please pop over and take a look at what they have been up to.

I have made a card using some Autumn themed stamps, to tie in with one of the images on the background. I drew a circle in pencil on a piece of smooth watercolour paper, and then stamped the images around the edge, creating masks to cover some of the images if necessary. I placed the central stamp on the circle at all times, to ensure that I left enough room for it at the end.

I then cut the circle out, leaving a tiny border around the leaves that stuck out from the edge of the circle. I coloured the background with Cantaloupe Memento Ink, and then added a bit of Rhubarb Stalk around the edges. I used the same colour for the sentiment. I coloured the images with Prismas. These were a Birthday present from my OH, and it's the first time that  have used them!

There is still a week left of the current challenge, so why not make something and have a go at entering? You could win a £15 voucher to spend at Chocolate Baroque.

Thanks for stopping by,


Paula (PEP) said...

This is so effective with the way the blueberries echo the colour of the background paper & how you have matted it to bring out the orange glow of the apples. The colouring of the apples in particular is mouthwatering & I love the dimensional curl you coloured into the leaves. The whole design is a treat using the circle to create the wreath & allowing the images to take centre stage whilst selectively extending into the background.
Paula (PEP)

Elaine said...

As you might imagine, this card is right up my street! I love the combination of the stamps you have used and the way you have created that wreath effect, so lovely. It really looks like you have taken to those Prismas like a duck to water! A real beauty! Elaine xxx

Paper Creations by Shirley said...

Gorgeous and very creative Judith. Hugs, Shirleyxx

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