Monday, 15 September 2014

Chocolate Baroque colour challenge 2

Hi crafter's
Back for another challenge with Chocolate Baroque. The colour challenge really gets you thinking about colour combinations and opening your mind to different possibilities. The colours for this challenge are blue, red, brown and white. I decided to use my Gelli plate to create the background for this piece. I started with the blue and brown adding in a little white. The  stencil I used was the Trellis from Clarity Stamp. I really just had a play and stopped when I was happy with the result. Ink up a flower from the Fancy Flowers stamp set in black Archival. I coloured the flowers in with Spectrum Noir pencils in shades of red and brown, then highlighted with a white pencil and a white pen. The sentiment  comes from the rose stem script stamp set. This was inked up in black on a scrap of white  card then cut up and glued on to the background. I have attached the panel on to a white Centura Pearl base card which does not show up very clearly on the picture but it gives a nice border down the sides. That's about it for this time, really must get on with the housework! Hope you like it.
Thanks for stopping by.


  1. Great card and I love your Gelli background.

  2. Gorgeous card Sally. Love the background you have created. Thank you for playing along with the Chocolate Baroque Color Challenge.
    Flo x

  3. Fabulous background Sally, and the flowers looks gorgeous against the bluey brown tones. The white highlights are great. Thanks for entering the Chocolate Baroque challenge, Judith xx

  4. Gorgeous design, love that background and the flowers with wit. Thanks for joining in the fun at Chocolate Baroque's Colour Challenge, Shirleyx


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