Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator Pootles – Awesomely Artistic Chalk Colouring
Ooooo isn’t this an unusual card? I saw a card on Pinterest by a lady called Pam Merwin. She’d got a new Hero Arts stamp set and had decided to emboss it in white and then colour it with pencils.
I loved her card, it was so unusual that I wanted to see if I could create something similar with our Stampin’ Up! products.
My card uses the stunning Awesomely Artistic stamp set. It really is beautiful and just one quick stamp and I really do look artistic! I went for Chalk Ink with mine rather than embossing, then grabbed my Emerald Envy ink and a Blender Pen and went over the top of various bits to see how it would come out.
I love it. I think I’ll try again with a different combination, but I wanted to give credit to Pam for her idea and the honour of caseing it as near as possible.
As a Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator, it’s easy for me to use Pinterest to just look for Stampin’ Up! product ideas on there, but you know, it’s worth looking across the Craft Board in general, you never know what ideas may pop up.
Have a fantastic Sunday everyone – for us, another day of house viewings. Someone will buy my home one day….
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Stampin’ Up! UK Independent Demonstrator
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