A BIG thank you to all who participated! We really appreciated it and hope you will join us for this month's challenge that runs through December 31st, 2013.
Our challenge is Anything Goes and here is some inspiration from me for my DT post today.
Lorby's World to find out all the details.
Thanks for stopping by today and see you Monday.
We'll be offering 5 digital stamps of the winners choice from Bugaboo Stamps. If you haven't checked out their digital stamps, you have to!
The design team here at Chalk N Stock thought they would give you a little inspiration for this chilly December month, so hang the holly and grab those chalks and get chalking...
You can click on the picture to go to the designer's blog to find out how they made their card and where they used chalk on it. You would be surprised???
1. You must use some type of chalk on your project be it pastels or chalk ink
2. You may only enter up to four projects for the month.
3. You must tell on your blog you are in this hop with a link back here to Chalk n Stock.
4. Use linky tool to link up.
5. Have fun!
Cut off date is December 31st with winners being announced on Thursday, January 10th 2013.
All the digital stamps used for the DT projects came from Bugaboo Digital Stamps who is our awesome sponsor for this challenge and will be giving one lucky winner 7 digital stamps of their choice. Please pay them a visit to see all their digital stamp collection.
You may enter up to two times for the challenge period and you may enter your project in other challenges.
I colored him first with Copics and then added chalk in the areas where the shadows would be... I then found some scrap pattern paper that matched my colors perfectly...and added the sentiment rubon.
I hope you'll try using you chalks with your Copics and see what you come up with...
Chalk N Stock
The faux brick is a fun technique a
few of us did for Mark's Finest Papers.
I used it here and love the way it turned out.
I am so excited to be part of the Chalk n Stock DT and help them promote such a great and fun medium. Katie, from the team, got me to try chalks in my projects and I just love using them now. They give a softness that you don't get with alcohol markers.
I used Pebbles Inc. chalk to color in the stamp on my birthday card. It's just a regular stamp that I heat embossed. I added a little bling to it with glitter glue. I used my ink chalk to do the edging on the sediment "sweet birthday wishes."
Lorby's World to learn more about this cute card and thank you for visiting us here at Chalk n Stock and don't forget about linking up to our wonderful challenge where you can win 7 (Yes 7) digital stamps from Bugaboo Stamps.
For my project this week I decided to work with this fantastic image from Bugaboo stamps titled Dottie Yoga:
Hello, and Happy Friday!
I used Stamp N Plus Scrap N powdered chalk to color the background for sentiments. The paper that I used looks like its marbled, and the chalk really enhances it. These cards came together rather quickly….with a few embellishments!
See my blog for more details on these cards.
Thanks for stopping by!
Tameko here to share some creative inspiration!
My card today has texture and little sparkle from chalk.
I used Stamp N Plus Scrap N Powdered Chalk to color my cream cardstock.
More details on my card here.
Join in our current challenge here.
I hope that you have fabulous weekend.
Until next time….
a few more details over at