Sunday, 3 July 2016

Chocolate Baroque Colour Challenge #24


Hello, friends. Here's another one of those late catch-up posts from me. I have been away and then I came home to heaps of internet troubles.

So, here I am saying: Welcome to another month of Chocolate Baroque inspired fun -  Chocolate Baroque Colour Challenge #24, which started last Wednesday on June 15th. We have a lovely colour swatch for you to use in your projects.  If you haven't played yet, now's the time to do so.

You can use any medium to create your projects: paints, inks, pencils, pens, stains, etc., as long as you stick to the colours from the colour swatch, using as much or as little of each colour as you wish.  You don't have to use Chocolate Baroque stamps to play along but if you do you will be entered into a random draw to win £15 to spend on Chocolate Baroque stamps. All participants will have a chance to be on the Design Team's Top Three list and proudly display winner's badge on their blog.

There's something magical and mysterious about this colour combo, I just love it. And here is my card for this challenge. The background is created entirely out of distress inks. I used Spiced Marmalade, Rusty Hinge, Wild Honey, Mustard Seed and Scattered Straw for the sky. For the hills I used Dusty Concord, Seedless Preserves, Milled Lavender and Black Soot. The trees are from the Fantasy Woodland A4 sheet, stamped with Archival Black ink. The sentiment is from the Words of Comfort and Cheer A5 sheet, also stamped with Archival Black ink.

To create the moon, I die cut a circle mask and then slapped on tons of Clear Wink of Stella for the shimmery effect. It's actually quite impressive IRL. The birds are from Landscape Edges A5 sheet.
Challenges:
613 Avenue Create #183: AG (without optional twist)
Alphabet Challenge I - Ink It Up
Craft Stamper Take It Make It July: AG (with stamping)

Challenge #24 will close at 12.00 p.m. (UK) on Tuesday 19th July 2016, and the winner will be announced on Wednesday 27th July 2016. I hope you'll play along and run the risk of winning £15 to spend on Chocolate Baroque stamps.

Thank you for all your encouraging comments. I'll see you again tomorrow with a Christmas card ... I'll be on time... promise!

Beijinhos!

15 comments:

  1. What a wonderful card Asha, I always love trees and you colours are amazing, beautifully designed, Kate x

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  2. Another card that makes me dream! :) Love very much the tones you have used for the hills and the sky, and the great moon, oh, it's so impressive!!! And also the sentiment, wow, such an amazing wish! :)
    The silouettes look beautifully on the background, I must try this technique... it's also quick to make, no colouring! :D

    Have a lovely Sunday, my friend! Here there is the sun, yay! :D

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  3. This is beautiful Asha, gorgeous colours and the message is wonderful xx

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  4. WOW!! This is a stunning scene and colours Asha..Loz

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  5. You used these colours so beautifully and it looks like one stepped into a dream. I love the saying also

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  6. Omg, this is beautiful in pictures so I bet it's glorious IRL! What a peaceful and serene and yet powerful card!

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  7. A beautiful scene card and I love the wonderful sentiment on it too.

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  8. Beautiful card love the colours and scene you created----Thank you for joining us at 613 Avenue Create
    Carol DT x

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  9. Beautifully stunning colours, gorgeous scene too. The wording is just so wonderful too. WOW !!! design too..xx

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  10. You've done such an amazing job with the photo inspiration Asha! Love your blended colors and how you've laid out this scene!! Just perfection my dear! HUGS

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  11. Absolutely stunning Asha, truly magical look.

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  12. Gorgeous entry for the Craft Stamper challenge this month; thanks for joining!
    xxx Ellie Knol xxx

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  13. Thus looks stunning ..... love the inky background. Thanks for playing along with the Craft Stamper Challenge xx

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