Chalk Talk

CCMC261Oh…the fun we had at Convention!  We hope that you all enjoyed the two week challenge!  Such pretty cards in the gallery!  Well…now it is time for another sketch challenge and it’s a pretty easy one.

The base of the card is Island Indigo.  I used a really print from the Venetian Romance print, layered on Very Vanilla and added to the card front.  I took a piece of Pistachio Pudding, pierced the frame in there, added the Finishing Touches Edgelits in Island Indigo and added to the card front.  I stamped the greeting in Basic Grey and Island Indigo on Very Vanilla, punched with the Wide Oval punch and added to the card front using dimensionals.  I used the Bitty Punches to make the little flowers in Island Indigo with Pistachio Pudding leaves.  I added these using dimensionals.  Finally I added Basic Pearls to the center of the flowers to the Pistachio Pudding panel to finish it off.

You want to make sure you check out the AWESOME cards from our Design Team…they are THE BEST…so head over to Create with Connie and Mary now.

Set(s): Chalk Talk
Paper: Very Vanilla, Island Indigo, Pistachio Pudding, Venetian Romance dsp
Ink: Basic Grey, Island Indigo
Other: Finishing Touched Edgelits, Wide Oval Punch, Bitty Punches, Festive Paper Piercing Templates, Basic Pearls, Dimensionals


Until next time…HAPPY STAMPIN’!



4 responses to “Chalk Talk

  1. Very pretty! Love these soft colors together! And I love the shape of the piercing! The little pearls and flowers finish it all of beautifully!

  2. The color combo of Island Indigo and Pistachio Pudding is so pretty!! I have never paired them together. I love the paper piercing, beautiful card!

  3. Love your card Mary! The use of the edgelit, the paper piercing and the tiny flowers with pearls are the perfect touches to your lovely card!

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