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Working with Chalk for a Greeting Card

This thinking of you card is a result of working with craft chalk. I started working with Pebbles Craft Chalk Kit and creating a user tutorial video. Then I wanted to use the image that was made. This tutorial is the result of that craft chalk tutorial. I hadn't worked much with craft chalk but found it to be similar to working with colored pencils but with a very different visual result. 

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Video tutorial for working with crafting chalk

close-up of the chalked image


the first layer is glued into place

I am using the Best Glue Ever to add the layers.
I am a part of their design team. I love working with the No-Clog Writing Cap™. I leave it on my bottle of glue for ease of use.

Washi tape was added to the chalked image piece before gluing it into place

stamping the sentiment in a matching color of ink

I added a strip of the same scrapbooking paper to the inside of the card.
I like adding a visual connection to the inside of the card or the envelope. 


Close-up of the sentiment. It was attached using foam tape.
The edges of the sentiment had the ink pad run along them to add a detail of color.

The finished card.


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