Monday, 21 December 2015

Chalkboard card with Rubber dance

Hello my dear crafty friends and welcome to my new Rubber Dance post.
It was awhile since I made a simple card. But then this card maybe seams to be simple and yes, it;s clean, but there are a lot of techniques used to make it. 
I love this chalkboard trend a lot. But I usually try to find my own way and don't use just black chalk paint or black cardstock to make this trend visible. So for this card I used black pigmented ink over white cardstock and made  borders with torn paper , so after the black ink was dry I added some light brown (Tea Dye) distress ink over the borders to get this distressed look of the board.
I stamped Rubber Dance sentiment using Something Wonderful set with white pigmented ink and heat embossed it with white powder. I like to use white ink to be able to see the stamped image before the embossing. With clear embossing ink you hardly can see the stamped image and never can be sure you stamped it right.

The frame was die cut with CLD Cardmaker's dies; inked with the same Tea Dye ink and then heat embossed with thick embossing clear powder to get this grungy textured look.

You can buy Rubber Dance stamps HERE!

1 comment:

Bibi, Rubber Dance Stamps said...

Super cool! I love the grungy look on the "blackboard" and the distressed frame is just perfect. Thank you, Irit!

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