Wednesday, 18 November 2020

Some Christmas inspiration

My this month seems to be flying past as it's time for our mid month post already. So many lovely Christmas entries so far, but plenty of time if you have not had time to join in yet, the challenge runs until Wednesday 2nd December.

As usual the Design Team are on the look out for our next Featured Designer selected rom entries using a Chocolate Baroque stamp and the lucky winner selected by Random Org., from all entries will receive their choice of an A4 stamp set or stamps to the value.
As usual our lucky challenge winner will be able to select an A4 stamp sheet or stamps to the same value from.................Chocolate Baroque a small independent art and craft company, based in the historic market town of Barnard Castle in County Durham in the North-East of England and is owned and run by Lesley Wharton. 

We design our own range of natural rubber art stamps from Sue's hand drawn originals, complemented by typography from Lesley.  The rubber stamps are made in house, by David, to our very exacting quality standards. And nothing gets past his eagle eye! 

The team have all been busy and have some fabulous Chocolate Baroque inspiration to share.........

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  1. Hi everyone, just wanted to say I'm sorry I linked my fall card up. Thought it was anything goes as noted on the paper playful blog. And unfortunately I have to admit I just scrolled down to the linky tool (was cooking dinner at the same time and tried to hurry). Please delete my entry. I promise I will read more carefully in the future!!

  2. Fab designs from the team. I've entered for the first time and still finding my way round these funky card challenges. Following you on Twitter too, to help spread the challenge word🤗