Wednesday, November 7, 2007

Cuttlebug Winter Song

I was browsing blogs this morning and stumbled across this Cuttlebug technique on Kurtis' blog. So I had to try it out. His tutorial was perfect. It is so easy and I love the look!!! The chalk ink cleans off of the cuttlebug folder and doesn't stain at all; I just washed it off as soon as I ran it through the machine. I used Cloud White VersaMagic chalk ink and Brocade Blue cardstock. I will definitely be using this technique again. Thanks Kurtis!!!

Stamps: Winter Song (Elzybells), Canvas, Chicken Scratch (TAC)
Paper: Old Olive, white, Bashful Blue, Brocade Blue
Ink: Black, Cloud White (Versamagic chalk ink, TAC), Bashful Blue
Other: Giga scallop oval punch, oval Coluzzle, paper piercer, hodgepodge hardware, ribbon from Joann's, Old Olive brads, small oval punch, Cuttlebug - Snowflakes, liquid applique

7 comments:

scoopy (Emily) said...

So sweet! Thanks for the link to Kurtis's tutorial too.

Rachel Hope said...

OOOO, I love it, came out great!!!

Kurtis said...

Looks like it worked great! Super cute card.

Danni said...

That is a neat technique! And a very cute card!
I also have taken the embossed image, turned it over so the "embossed" image is on the bottom and then brayered ink on top.
I'll have to post on this. Just the only card I did was for a secret sister so I'll have to wait until I can share that card.

My Paper World said...

Very cute and pretty!

Suzanne said...

Gorgeous! Now I have to buy some of the chalk inks to try this! :)

Rhonda Maynard said...

Too sweet! I love what you've done here!! Such a cute Elzy!!