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Monday, December 8, 2014

Distress inks and chalkboard effect

Hello everyone, a new week is here, already the first week of the month is gone. Its cold and wet here, that's how our winters are mostly, I am really hoping to see the blue skies though.

Sharing a card which I made week.
I started off with a white base, and then used the vintage photo distress ink to ink the wood grain stencil on the card front, and after that, I inked up the embossing folder of the trees with forest moss and sprayed with mist and presses my card  against it get the background. Then I went o with few yellow, orange and red inks to distress the edges. I decided to add the sentiment on a black textured card stock, I had heat embossed in white color, and went for  a bit messy chalkboard look. Adhered it with foam tape, and done. This is very different from my usual CAS cards. I hope its worth the efforts.



Linking this card with:

STAMPlorations December Challenge
 I am going with October' theme - Stamps and Embossing.


STAMPlorations Anything goes
 Used the subway builders.


Virginia's View Challenge
 My second entry, I think I like the first one more, but this one might be more fit with the theme.


Little Tangles
I had heat embossed my sentiment.

Thank you for stopping by, I really appreciate your kind  feedback :) Have a great day!

7 comments:

  1. Wow! You've created and incredibly stunning bg! Love all the colors you've chosen.

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  2. Great choice of using the chalkboard technique for the subway art sentiment - it goes really well together, as your card shows! Thanks Rahmat for playing with us at STAMPlorations!

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  3. what a beautiful card! Love the embossing background! Thanks for the playing along with the Little Tangles Challenge!

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  4. Love that subway art stamp. Great way to showcase it on black with your lovely inked BG. Thanks for joining the STAMPlorations December challenge.

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  5. Love the chalkboard look u created :) thank you for sharing with STAMPlorations!

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