7 April 2013

April's technique was Chalkboard




Have you noticed all the chalkboards popping up everywhere including TV ads & there seems to be a lot in the stampin' world or should I say was, I'm always a few months behind the trends.

This was one of the projects everyone made in my classes over the weekend & I just love the words & the font in the Feels Good stamp set - aren't they fab.



Item
Item No.
Price
(+5% shipping)

Feel Goods stamp set
129681 W
129684 C
$54.95
$43.95
Hearts a Flutter Framelit dies
130159
$51.95
Small Heart punch
117193
$11.95
Bakers twine - Whisper White
124262
$6.25
Dimensionals 
104430
$8.50
Whisper White Craft Ink
101731
$15.75

Cardstock Colours:
Baja Breeze, Cherry Cobbler, Basic Black (p. 152-156 AC) - combo taken from colour coach for Basic Black
Silver glimmer paper p.160 AC #124005 $10.95

White embossing powder #109132




Chalkboard Technique: 

  • Rub the Embossing Buddy® vigorously across Basic Black (or dark coloured) card stock.
  •  Stamp image/s with VersaMark®.
  •  Pour white embossing powder onto the inked image, making sure that the image is coated. 
  • Shake off excess powder and funnel it back into its container. Use a small paintbrush to remove any specks of visible embossing powder.
  •  Heat the embossed image with the heat tool until the powder changes to a shiny liquid and rises. Allow embossed image to cool.
  •  Rub Whipser White craft ink on the dark cardstock, to create an erased board look.
  •  Outline the card stock with a white pencil (or gel pen). Can use a ruler or doodle.

My card was a case of this fabulous swap of Ann Will's I received (her version is Pool Party & Rich Razzleberry).







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