Friday, November 29, 2013

Keep Calm and.....

.... have a beer! I'm linking this up to the current Unity Stamps FWF challenge:

I tried the chalkboard effect with this awesome stamp and I gotta tell ya, I LOVE how it turned out! I usually finish the inside of my cards, but I left this one blank. Not sure how I'm gonna use it. I haven't played along with the FWF challenge for a while, so I thought it was high time I did so! LOL! Hope you get a chance to play along too!

Thanks for stopping by and stay crafty my friends!

Stamps: Unity - Keep Calm have a beer
Ink: Clear Snap - Frost White; Memento - Tuxedo Black; Ranger DI - Walnut Stain
DP: Carta Bella - Well Played
CS: Bazzill (orange); Recollections (black)
Accessories: Prisma pencils; Marvy Uchida marker (yellow)
Adhesives: SA by 3L - MyStik Permanent; 3D foam squares


  1. You got the chalkboard technique down, it turned out great!

  2. What a perfect use for the chalkboard effect -- awesome card! And a perfect card for a Friday, too. :D

  3. Great card for a Friday during a holiday weekend! I used the same stamp set for mine, but we have entirely different looking cards. Great job!!

  4. Very cute card. The chalkboard look is so nice. Gotta try this. Thank you for sharing.

  5. I really like the chalkboard technique with this image, Chris!

  6. Love your chalkboard design with this stamp! Too fun…loved it on FB and had to pop over and say hello here as well! Have a great day today! ~Cheers

  7. This looks great, I'm loving the chalkboard effect!

  8. Awesome sentiment! Haha! And LOVE the chalkboard effect with the beer mug! Clever!

  9. I love it! And like I already said, I will take your suggestion. Forget that it's 5 in the morning, mmmkay?


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