Saturday, 14 February 2015

Chalkboard Club Card

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At  a recent card club evening we made this card using the new chalkboard cardstock from Stampin' Up! together with the new chalk ink.
The card base is Calypso Coral, the paper is from the Stacked With Love stack  and the stamp set is Amazing Birthday. A snippet of Calypso Coral ribbon finished it off.


  1. What a lovely card! Love the colours and the chalk ink sounds interesting, might be something else I need to add to my wish list. :-) xx

  2. Ooh this is so pretty. Great card. I love Calypso Coral xxx

  3. Great card and fabulous products.

    Kath x

  4. Love this chalkboard, Sue! Great Valentine!

  5. All the pretty colors & that wonderful chalkboard sentiment took this CAS right over the top. Love it!! Will have to look for the chalk ink too. I have the SU chalk pens, is that what this is, or is there an ink pad too? Thanks for the advice on not adding a sentiment to the CCC. Several folks have said the same, and I was rather leaning that way myself! TFS & Hope your V. Day was wonderful.

    1. Hi Mary there are three ink pads in the summer catalogue along with the special chalkboard card.

  6. Love the paper choices and that blackboard effect is spot on and fab. Love the ribbon too.

  7. Oh, how I wish I could "unsee" your card, Sue! Darn, it is so very gorgeous and now, of course, I MUST have that paper and ink! I like the chalkboard look, but I've never been able to execute it well, so this takes the anxiety out of it!! You are a bad girl to enable me this way!! Enjoy your day! Hugs, Darnell

  8. Love the soft look of the hearts and the beautiful coral. It looks like real chalk on a blackboard. Great card.


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