Wednesday, January 2, 2013

Papertrey #98 Chalkboard Technique



Papertrey is having a challenge called chalkboard technique #98 by Betsy.  The stamps sets I used is Quilled Elegance, Funky Florals and Inside Out Birthdays. I enjoyed this technique more than I thought I would. Today is my son, Matthew's 22 birthday! I thought he would enjoy this card and he did. Time goes by so fast.

Take care,

Nancy

13 comments:

  1. Love those funky floral bursts with that sentiment ... great job with the technique.

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  2. Great card. I love the stamps that you chose to use. Happy birthday to your son. This is a perfect guy card.

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  3. Beautiful card, Nancy! I think this technique is perfect for masculine cards cause there's no need for fussy embellishments :)

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  4. that doodle really lends itself to this technique and you did it so well

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  5. Gorgeous card Nancy. You did a great job with this technique. I love your layout. The quilled Elegance set is perfect for this.

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  6. Great card! I love how you used the bursts from the Funky Floral set.

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  7. Love the stamps you paired with the sentiment - I think this technique is perfect for more masculine cards.

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  8. I really like your card. It looks like chalkboard but very clean!

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  9. Great chalkboard art. Love those bursts!

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  10. Nancy, this is AWESOME! Happy Birthday to Matthew~

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  11. Happy Birthday to Matthew! He is just 2 years behind my son Richard his is on the 9th I remember your post from last year wow that went by fast. Love the way your card turned out Nancy ! This was such a fun MIM ...don't you think! Great masculine card .

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  12. Great job on the chalkboard technique Nancy, isn't it so fun?! Those firecracker-thingies go perfectly with your smile sentiment! Happy birthday to your Matthew, and a big Happy New Year to you!!

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  13. This is fabulous - such a great combination of stamps.
    What a great technique.
    Caroline xxx

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