Sunday, September 7, 2014

Chalkboard Easel Card

Hi.  I am playing in a few challenges today. 
 I've been wanting to make a chalkboard easel card after being inspired by all I've been seeing lately...today was the day. 
I used Spellbinders Large Rectangle dies for the black panel and for the bottom of my easel.
I heat embossed this cutie patootie Pure Innocence stamp from My Favorite Things Paper Dolls.
I used Papertrey Ink's True Black Cardstock for my chalkboard panel.  Clear sequins from Pretty Pink Posh and Twine from Really Reasonable Ribbon finish off my card.
 
After seeing Erin Lincoln's video I had to play in Papertrey Ink's
 
I was also inspired to make one by today's Splitcoaststampers Featured Stamper Challenge
changes I made: twine, button, image, clear sequins
 
One of my favorite challenges Splitcoaststampers Clean And Simple #289
Theme Challenge is Back To School
I knew I just had to play with my easel card.
 
 

 
Supplies:
Stamps: Pure Innocence Paper Dolls (My Favorite Things)  Paper: True Black (Papertrey Ink), Recollections White 110# (Michaels) Ink: VersaMark Accessories: 6mm, 4mm clear sequins (Pretty Pink Posh), Hemp Twine (Really Reasonable Ribbon), Glossy Accents (Inkessentials), White embossing powder, Heat Tool, Anti'static embossing pouch, Wood button Techniques: Chalkboard
 
Thank you for visiting.  Enjoy Your day. 

11 comments:

Rosemary said...

what a sweet easel card, lisa!! love that cute little PI!

Julia Aston said...

What a cute design Lisa - perfect for your white embossed image!

Laurel said...

So cute!

Lynette said...

Oh, so darling, Lisa! This the first easel chalkboard card I've seen, and I love it!

Annette Allen said...

what a fun shape.. such a cute card.

~amy~ said...

This is adorable! Love the chalkboard design!

Colleen Dietrich said...

This is so cute, Lisa! The image you chose, with a child-like magic, goes so well on the blackboard card!

Wendy said...

Perfection!

Jingle said...

I LOVE this, Lisa! SUCH a great stamp for that design! Love it! Thanks so much for playing along with the STAMPtember® Challenge on the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge Blog!

Vicki Dutcher said...

I just adore the tiny easel -- so cute!!

lostinpaper said...

Your brain must be incredible, your ideas are amazing!

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