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Chalkboard Technique

Hello and thanks for stopping by my blog today! I have prepared a fun card for the Technique Zone Design Team, using the Chalkboard Technique. This is not a new technique by any means but it’s easy to get success for any skill level. That’s important to us all, as we often need to create a card quickly and are in need of a fresh idea.

 

 Chalkboard technique card by Jenny Hall at www.jennystampsup.com for cardmaking techniques, tutorials, scrapbooking and more!

My card fits with the TGIF Challenge this week. The theme is “Christmas Carols” and here are a few carols that contain “Joy” or “Oh Joy”….  Joy to the World, Jingle Bells, Oh Joy Which the Lord Grants, Oh Joy Beyond Expression and one of my favorites… Joy, sung by Whitney Houston (from the movie The Preacher’s Wife)

Chalkboard Technique for cardmaking

If you follow my blog, I’m sure you see loads of techniques! The chalkboard technique is achieved by stamping with white embossing or white pigment ink onto black card stock. After stamped, generously apply an Embossing Buddy or sponge on white ink lightly until it has the look of a chalkboard.

 

Chalkboard technique card by Jenny Hall at www.jennystampsup.com for cardmaking techniques, tutorials, scrapbooking and more!

 

This card was easy to create! Here are the steps I followed to create the Chalkboard Technique:

 

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Chalkboard technique card by Jenny Hall at www.jennystampsup.com for cardmaking techniques, tutorials, scrapbooking and more!

 

 

Here is a list of supplies used to create this project. Links are provided to allow a link to my online store for purchase, at no additional cost to you. Thank you for your gracious support!

Chalkboard technique card by Jenny Hall at www.jennystampsup.com for cardmaking techniques, tutorials, scrapbooking and more!

 

Fun technique for creating a card for any occasion! Meanwhile, I hope you find a simple card design and make it your own.

-Jenny Hall