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May Facebook Challenge : Florals


Hi Everyone and welcome to the inspiration pictures that the Design Team has submitted for the Floral Theme Challenge over on facebook.

We have had some beautiful submissions over the Facebook group for the month of April.

I am so please to announce that the winner for last months challenge is Vanita Jain using foils and bonding powder for her floral arrangement. Check out her card below. 


Now onto the next months challenge "Florals". 

The Design Team have created the below creations and hope that it inspires you to enter. 
Here is the link to the challenge - 
https://goo.gl/zTxGes


Susanne's Creation - 


Jo's creation - 


Olga's creation - 




Jaine's creation - 


 Jaine used  Opaque Bright White on the background, Primary Bluetiful, Earthtone Olive and Primary Lemon on the flowers and leaves and a splash of Sparkles Twinklebelle. 



Riikka's creation - 



Marion's creation - 



If you are unable to participate over on facebook but still want to submit an entry please send an email to Jo with your creation to enter. Jo will add your picture to the album so you can still enter for a chance to win a gift card.
Email - JoHerbert@WOWEMBOSSINGPOWDER.CO.UK

If you can come and join along the fun we would love to see you on our fan page.



Here is a link to some fabulous You Tube Tutorials - https://goo.gl/b2UDWj   & https://goo.gl/wrkHEG 


I hope you have enjoyed these creations.



Comments

  1. Wow! Feeling grateful to see my name as a winner! Great projects on floral theme!
    How to claim the prize now? Is there any email contact.

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  2. Congratulations to Vanita Jain for winning last month and thank you to the DT for all the great inspiration for this month's Florals challenge. x

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