10 February 2012

Blockheads Chalk Attraction Challenge, Hosted By Leigh - SB

I am pleased to show the easel card I made for the Blockheads Chalk Attraction Challenge, hosted by Leigh S-B.
To start I created the card using white cardstock, I then embossed the card using a Cuttlebug embossing folder. I used a Versamark stamp pad and dabbed it over the embossed area and then using Decorating Chalks purple and cerise I lightly dusted over the versamark. From the Spellbinders nestabilities, Lacey Circles, I die cut and also used the versamark and chalks, samon pink, attached the circle to the corner of the card. Using Blockheads Dragonfly stamp I coloured these in the same way and attched them to the lacey circle. To finish I used a flower stamp using the same method for colouring and attached to the card.




Thanks for visiting, Val S.

9 comments:

  1. Val, that is such a pretty card--beautiful texture, colors, and details!!

    :)

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  2. Absolutely stunning Mom! You did an awesome job with my Chalk Attraction Challenge technique ;0)

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  3. Great idea to add the dry embossing to this technique. Love this effect. Very pretty card! Thanks for joining the Blockheads Technique Challenge Chalk Attraction!

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    1. Thank you, I enjoyed doing it!!

      Val S.

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  4. That dry embossing is FABULOUS! Love the shades of purple, too: my fave color. :)

    Thanks for joining the Blockheads two times in the chalk attraction technique challenge!

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  5. Beautiful! Love the color and the embossing on that awesome easel card! I love easel cards!

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