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Monday, June 30, 2008

Fruit Stand Chaulk Pouncing

This is for today's TECHNIQUE LOVERS CHALLENGE - Chaulk Pouncing. I began with an idea, just did not execute it very well. This technique seems very simular to POPPIN' PASTELS. You can find the tutorial for this technqiue HERE. Cut a large oval from paper using my Fiskars oval template. Used the inside of the oval for reverse masking to sponge the tempting turquoise color. I stamped the peach image in versamark then with a Qtip I applied glorious green, so saffron and cameo coral chaulks. Matted this on temp turquoise and attached layered photo corners, doodled on the so saffron corner and applied faux turquoise brads. Popped this up on So saffron distressed lines cuttlebug layer and matted on cameo coral base. I will add the sentiment later. Gotta get to work for now. Thanks for guest hosting and posting early so I could play before work. Really gets a boost on my day.
RECIPE:
Stamps: Fruit Stand
Paper: Temp Turquoiis, So Saffron, Cameo Coral, White
Ink: Versa Mark
Accessories: SU Pastels, Crop a dile
Techniques: Chaulk Pouncing, Reverse Masking

3 comments:

Lauren said...

This is so nice and very soothing. I liked what you did with the challenge.

Julia Aston said...

Love the cuttled bg and photo corners - great colors and chalk technique on this Neva!

Shannon Erskine said...

Very pretty! love the colors!