Today I thought I would bring the chalks back into use. I have punched a large scalloped circle on a piece of scrap paper to use the punched hole as a template. Place template over a piece of white card and secure in place so it doesn't move, stamp the flowers and words using Versamark into the circle. Now use one colour of chalk and a cotton wool ball and pull in colour fro the edge , the colour will pick up more on the stamped area. Trim the image and layer on to lilac then mauve card, the main card has been folded in half and then the front folded back, 4 pieces of card attached to each side then the image has been layered on top in the centre.
A lovely clean looking card, swirls have been stamped across top and left side of a white piece of card, this has been layered on to mauve card then on to the card base. The flower stamps by Fancy Pants have been stamped and cut out, coloured and layered and placed in the top left corner. Add glitter and gems.
On a piece of ivory card I have sponged the clouds using a cloud template, at the bottom I used a piece of ripped paper to make the hills by pulling the ink off the edge with a sponge in 3 shades of green. I then stamped the poppies in different colours. The red card has been stamped with Versamark.
I have sponged atround the edges of a piece of white card and stamped the corners with a swirl stamp, placed 2 pieces of ribbon above and bolow, stamped a greeting and small flowers. I stamped a bird and cut it out and placed it in the middle.
Here I have used a sheet of double sided sticky tape and stuck it on a piece of white card then peeled off the front and stuck a rectangular layered image then around it I stuck on pieces of patterned and plain paperleaving gaps. Once it was filled i then filled the gaps with glitter.
The background on this card has been made using Dylon cold water dye, a piece of white card has been sprayed with water then i have tapped the powdered dye on to the wet card and it runs into the wet card. I have used 2 different colours on here -purple and green, as you can see the dyes are made up of different colours.