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Chalkboard Technique Video Tutorial

You're Amazing Stampin' Up! Stamp Set

The Chalkboard Technique seems like the perfect stamping technique for vintage stamp sets-You're Amazing and Feeling Sentimental.  Throw in a little newsprint Designer Paper (First Edition DSP), a few cute little tickets and a snippet of Natural Trim Ribbon for a card that's just so Stinkin' Cute.

The Chalkboard Technique looks so cool, but it's really quite simple to do.  Let me show you how in today's Chalkboard Technique Video Tutorial.



Simple & Sweet


chalkboard Technique


Here's a close up of my chalkboard elephant from the You're Amazing Stamp Set.

Feeling Sentimental Stampin Up Stamp Set

Robin's Card Tips


My stamp slipped off of my block and left an inky splotch on the inside of my card.  That's where mistake turned into creative inspiration.  I cut a 4" x 5-1/4" piece of Pool Party Card Stock and embossed the bottom edge with my Delicate Designs Embossing folders, then applied to the inside of my card.  My background & greeting stamps  are from the Feeling Sentimental Stamp Set (a Sale-a-bration Freebie) and the You're Amazing Stamp Set.


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Card Supplies

You're Amazing Stamp Set

Feeling Sentimental Stamp Set (Sale-a-Bration Freebie)

Pool Party, Whisper White and Basic Black Card Stock

Medium Whisper White Envelope

First Edition Designer Paper

VersaMark, Whisper White Craft, Pool Party & Jet Black Stazon Inks

Embossing Buddy & Heat Tool

White Embossing Powder

Duo Ticket Builder Punch

Pool Party Bakers Twine

Natural 7/16" Trim Ribbon 

Delicate Designs Embossing Folders

Fancy Fans Embossing Folder

Glue Dots


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Cindy Sheets

Hi Robin,

I Love this card, can I please CASE it for my technique class this month?


Sure, that would be fine, Cindy!

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