Goodbye medallion flashback

A flashback to last year.  I LOVE THIS CARD

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Medallion Scrap page

Here is a page my scrapbook club girls made.  So pretty in real life.  My daughter put the pig collection shots on this one because it was pink.  so we added the little piggy die cut (non SU) we have had for a while,

Stamps: Medallion 

Paper: crumb cake, pink pirouette

Ink: white craft

Accessories: lace border punch, white embossing powder, ribbon and crochet flower

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The Shabby Tea Room Challenge 9

This weeks challenge: “Chipboard challenge” – use chipboard on a card or project.  Well the new smooch spritz makes covering chipboard easy peasy!

We made a version of this card at my friend Bridget’s workshop this weekend.  we tried the technique Poppin’ Pastels!  Every time I bring out my chalks I wonder why I don’t use them more!  

So here’s how its done:  Stamp the medallion image in versamark ink.  the using your sponge daubers apply the chalk in a circular motion to add the color to the image.  it should pop right away!  

my chalk colors are chocolate chip & rose red.

I used the Smooch spritz in log cabin to color my chipboard letters.  then I smooched spritzed the whole card in Vanilla Shimmer to give it a whole lot more sparkle.  you can see it in the 1st picture.  

I lightly sponged the kraft cord button in soft suede and distressed and sponged the edges,    So Pretty in real life!!!

I think this is a close to “shabby” as I’ll ever be….have you seen some of the very cool shabby chic cards at the Shabby Tea Room??  Come and play!

Stamps: Medallion

Paper Soft suede, rose red, Naturals white cardstock

Ink: versamark, soft suede for sponging the edges

Accessories:  chipboard, chalks, sponge daubers, smooch spritz in log cabin and Vanilla Shimmer, kraft coruroy button, distress tool.  

Make sure you stop back tomorrow for Some FABULOUS projects— my kids teachers have a great teacher appreciation week.  (wink)

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What a Medallion

I hand outlined some details with a black marker to provide some detail.

This medallion is a MUST HAve for your stamp collection. I made 20 of these Thank you notes for a surprise Birthday party next week. Its part of the gift

Stamps: Medallion, Thank You kindly

Paper: black, confetti white

Ink: Rich Razzleberry, black

Accessories: black brad and black marker