Tuesday, January 1, 2013

MIM #98 Chalkboard Technique

Betsy Veldman shares with a chalkboard technique with us that was just too much fun.
Her step by step tutorial was so easy to follow!
Check it out on Nichole Heady's blog at PapertreyInk.
This is a Valentines for my my husband.
It represents perfectly the majority of my life that has been spent with my mate!
 
Combined the new stamp set: Sending my Love with Heart-2-Heart #7,
Back Pocket Basics and Fancy Flouishes.
Debbie Olsen has a tutorial on dyeing your own seam binding with copics to get a perfect match.
I think it was last month.
Just happened to have the pocket watch button in my stash, and I agree with Betsy,
the whole technique really doesn't need much more!
Honestly, I think the design team at PapertreyInk are geniuses!
Thank you Betsy!
Happy New Year all!


12 comments:

  1. Ha, such a beauty your card!!!! This technique is fabulous, isn`t it?

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  2. Nancy, this is beautiful - you master the shadow step & I love the layout of your sentiments!

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  3. What a fabulous creation! TFS. I'm heading now to watch the tutorial

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  4. What a fun creation! Love the gorgeous details!!!!
    I can't wait to try this myself too, Happy New Year!!!!!

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  5. You totally nailed this technique!!!! I love your choice of stamps, layout and design!!! I can't wait to try this technique!!!!!

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  6. Your card is beautiful! It looks like a chalkboard!

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  7. What a beautiful Valentine card for your husband. Love it.

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  8. Hot dog! You can write on any chalkboard of mine whenever you want. The way you have combined stamps from different sets is fabulous. Thank you for sharing such great inspiration!

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  9. This is a really beautiful card! I love the look of the "chalk board" matted on pattern paper.
    Your embellishment makes it very special...

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  10. Both of your chalkboard cards are absolutely beautiful! I love all the detail too. You have definitely mastered this technique! :0)

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  11. You are truly a master chalkboard artist! Simply lovely!

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  12. Gorgeous! The paired flourishes and flowers compliment the sentiment perfectly, and I love how the clock brad you added to the crinkle bow ties in with the "moments" aspect of the sentiment. =)

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