Saturday, 11 July 2020

Week 580 - I spy with my little eye something beginning with 'B'

Good morning, and welcome Brenda here at Allsorts.  I am here with this weeks new theme. Please remember to check out the post below to see if you were  picked to be in our top 5

So this week I have picked the theme

******I Spy With My Little Eye Something Beginning With B******

We would like to see things on your creation that begin with the letter B, so that could be a whole range of things like, Butterflies, Bicycles, Balloons and much, much more.  However we would appreciate it if you could make your 'B' the focal point and mention in your description what your 'B' is please.   

Here is the fabulous prize that is on offer:-  Limited edition Butterfly Tree stamp

                                                 Butterfly Tree single unmounted rubber stamp - Chocolate Baroque                  
Chocolate Baroque is 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 and David Wharton. 

We design our own range of natural rubber art stamps from Sue's hand drawn originals, complemented by old original drawings and 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!

But please do still share your wonderful creations with us, we love to pop by your blogs and see what you have made for our theme.


Here is what the team have created to inspire you:-

Brenda
B is for Butterflies, Black, Blue and Bright
Using Chocolate Baroque Essence of Nature (which includes Butterfly Tree)
B is for Butterflies, Blooms, Blue and Blobs
Ellie
B for Bicycle, Berret, Basket, Blossoms and Bricks
Helene
B is for Butterflies, Bloom, Brown, Button and Bow

Kath
B is for Basket, Blossoms and Bloom
Lynn
B is for Basket and basket embossed background
Mervi
Bows, basket, butterfly
Tracy Mouse
Using Chocolate Baroque Butterfly Mind
B is for Butterflies, Bluebells and Blue skies

Wendy
B is for Boat and Bear

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Friday, 10 July 2020

Winner and top five for our challenge Summertime

Hi there, Helene here to announce the winner and top five for our challenge Summertime. I want to thank you all for your warm and lovely entries but we have to pick out some winners. Mr Random gets to select the winner of the stamp from Chocolate Baroque


Nr 8. Holidays with Sweet Stampin challenge

Warm congratulations. Please e-mail Brenda (info on the sidebar) and claim your prize before Thursday July 16th.

And I get to pick out the top five entries. Not an easy job but here they are, in order of entry:

nr 7. Chris
Nr 24. Rosina
nr 27. Little fairy birthday
nr 67. Christy Sugiarto
nr 82. jootje

Wonderful creations! Grats and feel free to help yourself to the badge from our sidebar. Tomorrow Brenda will be here to give you our new theme, don't miss it. 

Saturday, 4 July 2020

Week 579 - Summertime 🌞🕶️⛱️

Hi, Helene here to introduce this week's challenge. And since we're entering the month of July I thought it suitable to set the theme to Summertime 🌞🕶️⛱️. My team mates have made wonderful creations to inspire you and for a lucky winner we have a gorgeous stamp from our sponsor this week:

                        Lady in Hat cling mounted rubber stamp - Chocolate Baroque                  
Chocolate Baroque is 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 and David Wharton. 

Lesley will be sharing a new and very exciting collection of stamps on Hochanda TV on Tuesday 7th July at 10am and 3pm, these are something really different and you won't want to miss out.

We design our own range of natural rubber art stamps from Sue's hand drawn originals, complemented by old original drawings and 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!

Using Chocolate Baroque June FairyGlorious Spring and Wisteria Lane
Using Chocolate Baroque Doodle Butterflies

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Friday, 3 July 2020

Top 5 and winner for So Cute

Hello everyone - Lynn here back to announce the winner and my top 5 for the So Cute Challenge. Thank you so much for all your lovely entries, I did visit everyone of you.

Firstly the winner (chosen by random.org) of the lovely Chocolate Baroque stamp is.........
#16 Claire
Swirl Centre Flowerhead cling mounted rubber stamp
Congratulations! Please email Brenda (info on the side bar) by Thursday 9th July to claim your prize.

Now onto my top 5 in order of entry

#10 Christy Sugiarto
#19 Cards by Beckie
#23 Marja
#65 Silke
#120 NanaConnie

Congratulations to you all! Please take the badge from the sidebar to display on your blogs.

We will be back tomorrow with a new challenge, when Helene will be choosing the new theme.

Saturday, 27 June 2020

Week 578 - So Cute


Hello everyone, Lynn here to host the challenge this week at Allsorts. I've chosen the theme of

 "So Cute"

I'm sure everyone has something cute in their stash so looking forward to seeing you all joining in and visiting your blogs. 

One lucky winner chosen by random.org will win this lovely prize.

Swirl Centre Flowerhead cling mounted rubber stamp
Chocolate Baroque is 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 and David Wharton. 

We design our own range of natural rubber art stamps from Sue's hand drawn originals, complemented by old original drawings and 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!

Don't forget to check out the beautifully cute inspiration from the Design Team below.

I'll be back on Friday next week with my top 5 and the winner of the stamp.

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Friday, 26 June 2020

Top 5 for our Pets Challenge

Happy Friday! Ellie here, I am back to announce my Top 5 picks for our Pets challenge. There weren't as many entries as I had hoped, but thank you to everyone who joined us following the Pets theme! As always choosing just 5 is not an easy task but it has to be done and here they are in order of entry.

No. 15 Fabiola
No . 20 Susan
I made this card for the Allsorts challenge 'Pets'. A really cute picture of a Westie, I wish she was mine! I am also entering this card in the As You See It recipe challenge 'Potpourri'.
No. 22 Tinz
No. 32 Jenny Martin
No. 33 Helen F
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Congrats everyone, you may pick up your Top 5 badge from our sidebar to display on your own blogs.

Hope to see you all tomorrow when Lynn will be here with a new theme!