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I have had a few emails and comments asking how I did the card from the last post…I will prepare a tutorial for everyone…… IT IS COMING….

Posted on : Nov 05 2008
Posted under Teneale Talk- More info |

Chalkboard Demonstrations

What a week I had at the Rosehill Stiches and Craft show, It was great meeting new people, Catching up with customers and sharing ideas with everyone. Our stand was always busy with Make and takes, Demonstrations and people looking at all our card samples. I really enjoyed teaching my class at the show… I think everyone had a great time, I have really appreciated the positive feedback I have received from people who attend the class.

At the show I was doing Chalkboard Demonstrations each morning, Chalkboard is a really simple technique using Stampin’ Pastels (chalk) and White Pigment ink. I have prepared a short tutorial on Chalkboard to show you how its done.

You will need:
Stamps (I used Baroque Motifs)
Whisper White ink pad
Dark Cardstock (Black, Brown or Navy works best)
Sponge Daubers
Dry Paint Brush
Colouring pencils (I used SU watercolour Pencils)

1. Stamp the image onto Dark Cardstock

2. Roll Sponge Dauber in Regal Rose chalk

3. “Bounce” the Sponge Dauber over the stamped image.

4. Using a Dry Paint Brush dust off the excess chalk

5. Stamp flowers over the flourish in Whisper White Ink

6. Using Rose Red Watercolour Pencil Colour the centre of the flowers, I have also toned the edge of the Flourish using the pencil to add “light and shade”

7. This is what the finished card looks like:

At the Show we had a Kit available for purchase, I am offering this kit to those of you who weren’t at the show or missed the Demonstration.

Chalkboard Kit
“Baroque Motifs” Set of six
Stampin’ Pastels 51 colours
Whisper White Ink pad
Sponge Daubers Pack of 12

Total (includes Shipping and Handling) $120 saving $10 plus a sample card

Just email (mail@tenealewilliams.com.au) if you would like to purchase the kit!

Posted on : Sep 01 2008
Posted under By Theme- Cards, Teneale Talk- More info |

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