Thursday, 18 February 2021

Flowers, Butterflies and Birds

Good morning to you all, we have reached the mid way point of our February 'Flowers, Butterflies and Birds' challenge where we have already seen some super creations. But theres still plenty of time if you have not joined in yet or would like to add another piece of work to be in with the chance of winning some fabulous stamps of your choice from.......
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! 

Here is some more inspiration my the lovely Design Team................

Using Chocolate Baroque Celebration Bouquet
Using Chocolate Baroque Patchwork Butterfly
Using Chocolate Baroque Rose Perfumery and Butterfly Perfumery
Using Chocolate Baroque Autumn Poppy
Using Chocolate Baroque Song Thrush
Using Chocolate Baroque Hanging Flowers
Using Chocolate Baroque Doodle ButterflyMini Scripts and Amazing Mackintosh words
Using Chocolate Baroque Thistle Butterfly and Butterfly Mind
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gwen70 said...

Stunning cards xx

KarinsArtScrap said...

gorgeous work DT
Gr Karin

Craftyfield said...

Timely reminder I need to get my skates on and stamp some flowers! Lovely work, ladies!

New Creations said...

Hello dear Brenda!
Thanks for the reminder to link up this card on my blog.
There is a floral background clear stamp from Tubby craft in a stitched circle which is in pink at my focal point. I added some die cut butterflies too. I think it should be count.