Tuesday 10 March 2015


Hi crafter's

Time for another Chocolate Baroque colour challenge, sorry the picture isn't the best ... slightly wonky! I kept this one very simple but sometimes that's all you need. I started with a  square piece of white card, then ink up some cut'n'dry foam with spiced marmalade. Create a circle then swipe across the card. Repeat until the colour is how you want it. Do this again with wild honey but start in a different place. Lastly use faded jeans to create a rough circle and swipe. Ink up the flourish from the Breath of Spring stamp set with faded jeans. Using second generation stamp twice as shown. I didn't have a script stamp so I used a grey fine liner pen and drew wriggly lines to mimic writing. Ink up the word stamp in faded jeans stamping twice. Stamp a flower from the Fancy Flowers in black ink on a scrape piece of card. Colour in with blue and lilac colouring pencils then cut out. Attach with silicone  glue. Draw around the edge free hand with a black fine liner pen then mount on to dark blue card.

That's it for this one, hope you like it.



  1. Great card layout Sally, and I love the improvisation with the wiggly lines! Thanks for your entry into the Chocolate Baroque challenge, Judith xx

  2. wow- this is lovely. Clever way of adding script, and I love your inky smears, they add depth without clutter. Cheers, Dianne


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