Thursday, March 1, 2012

Join us...the last day is today

It's time for Chalk-Ah-Lot Cafe First Blog Hop!
Feb 28th - March 1st

That gives you 3 days to play and WIN so please hop along with us!  Each blog has a different little prize which includes: Mini Stamp Sets, Buzz N Magic Glue, Buzz N Magic Paint, Cloud Stencil, Lined Grid, Set of Metallic chalks.  Now at the challenge blog we are giving away a 4 pc chalk set.

To be eligible to win a prize you must be a become a follower on all participating blogs and leave comments.  Each blog will have a random winner so be sure to comment.  Winners will be announced on March 3rd on the Chalk-Ah-Lot Challenge



I used a Tsukineko glue pad to put the stamp image on paper than brushed on Blitzy powder chalk with a paint brush. The stamp is from Stamp N and Scrap N rubber stamps.




These flowers were made using white cardstock and  Spellbinders template.  After they were cut and rolled together I chalked them.  The pictures didn't show the variations but up close the colors are great.  I used more chalk in some places creating more light and dimension.  Chalk colors used -  Crimson and Ginger.


Time to hop along!

Jennifer
Melissa (you are here)


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This does not include metallic or stardust.

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Stamp N Plus Scrap N offers 15 handcrafted unmounted rubber stamps on double sticky cushion ready for wood mounting. These stamps are older stock but in good shape. The approximate retail value is $40.00-$50.00 



If you order more than one set it is possible that you may get a duplicate stamp in your two envelopes. The envelopes were stuffed with stamps that were in a huge bin. You will NOT receive duplicate stamps in the same envelopes.  Major deal!

17 comments:

  1. what a beautiful project...thanks for sharing...KtsAngels

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  2. I have seen that stamp for years and wondered what I would do with it. You did a perfect job with it. I love how you added the chalk, I am sure it has tons of shine and shimmer.

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  3. I can't stop looking at this! I LOVE IT!!!!!

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  4. What a great way to use that stamp!! A beautiful project!! The chalk must give it shine!!! Nicely done!

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  5. The tag has a wonderful Tim Holtz look to it.
    Melissa
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"

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  6. Very unique tag. Nice use of the chalk.
    PS...I really like your blog header!

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  7. What a terrific technique to use a glue stamp pad and then color with chalk. I will certainly have to try this. It makes for a darling tag. Thanks for sharing.

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  8. Fabulous technique idea. Fun stamp too.

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  9. Love those flowers! this chalk design seems neat!

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  10. Great job on both of your projects, I love the tag with the flowers great job. I am a new follower, check out my blog:
    http://treasureddreams.blogspot.com
    karensneedle@sbcglobal.net

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  11. Those flowers are Gorgeous!!!

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