This is how we do it with Chevrons!

I made this card for the Chevron Challenge in the Moxie Fab World, this is the first time I’ve ever tried this technique and I adore the softness of the chalks with the Versamark stamped image, I reckon I’ll be doing it again.  Hope you  are having a crafty day!

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27 thoughts on “This is how we do it with Chevrons!

    1. Hi Jen,
      Sorry for the late reply we just got back from a weekend away (and now for holidays yippeee)!
      All I did was stamp with versamark directly onto the chalked background. You can also apply chalk overtop of the versamark ink…. I’m going to do this next lol. so little time so many ideas!
      Hugs
      Therese

  1. Love the softness of the chalk. Can’t believe you just made this card – my daughter is cleaning out her room and just gave me some chalky things (she always asks if I can use something before she just pitches it). Have to look up the translation to see exactly what they are but I must give them a try. Did you spray the card with hairspray or something when finished?

  2. absolutely amazing!! I am not looking too hard, wish list is like a roll of toilet paper at the moment-lol!! always an inspiration! 🙂

  3. This is AWESOME! I’ve totally forgotten about my chalks, but I’m pretty sure they were a staple 10 years ago! I need to find mine. This had to have been one of the first techniques I learned, at at DOTS party I think (do you remember that company … Dozens of Terrific Stamps … before they were Close to My Heart?) You’ve achieved such a great look here. Thanks for the inspiration!!

  4. Thanks for reminding me about using chalks… they work so well with Versamark don’t they :0) Beautifully soft colours and I love how they merge together :0)
    Jenny x

  5. Hey Therese! Thanks for linking this up to the Chevron Challenge in the Moxie Fab World! I’m so glad you joined in on all the fun! 🙂

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