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Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Chalk Popping

Chalk is not my thing. I'm just not good at it. This technique is called chalk popping. You stamp the design using an adhesive stamp pad. Then with a Q-tip lightly brush the chalk over the design. The adhesive will catch the chalk dust. Then brush away the excess. I used this technique on the flowers for this card. The sentiment was cut on the Cricut. It came out fine even for someone like me who is pro-Copics.

This is the challenge this week at For Fun Challenges. The theme is up to you, but use some chalk popping. If I can do it - you can too!

5 comments:

Helen Dooley said...

great job!

Marlene said...

Learn something new every day! Cool!

Anita said...

Stunning card! Now we get to see what the chalks are for.

Jeanette (Forest Ranger) said...

I think you did a great job with the chalk technique. Your card is very pretty!

Tracey said...

Considering chalk is not your thing Mary you did a great job lol. Well done!

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Tracey
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