Sunday 27 October 2013

Christmas + Chalkboard = LOVE


WOW! What a release that was, I hope it was worth the wait & you all enjoyed the blog hop yesterday. If you missed it you can catch up HERE as there is still time to comment to be in the chance of winning the ENTIRE release! 

I'm back today to share my version of a Christmas chalkboard inspired card...

Chalkboard is a trend thats been popping up in blog land for a while and I've been wanting to jump on the band wagon have a go! I was also inspired by Taheerah's card HERE which she shared during the countdown to release.

On my card I have used ALL five of the stamp sets released yesterday. I was a little unhappy with the lines to separate each section as my white gel pen decided it wasn't going to play nice and so I used a white pencil instead. This didn't give as sharp a white like the embossing powder has but when I used my finger to rub a little white pigment ink over the whole piece and also swiped the edges along the ink pad to frame it the design the muted white lines work a little better.

Thank you to everyone who joined in with the release fun, commented & shopped yesterday, your support & custom here at Uniko Studio is truly appreciated. That's all from me today, I'll be back tomorrow with more to share using the new release products. Thanks for stopping by today :)

Card Stock: PTI Smokey Shadow. WPlus9 White
Ink: PTI Fresh Snow. Versamark
Accessories: Cosmic Shimmer True White EP. White Pencil


  1. Hey! What a brilliant card! Can't wait to have a go at this.

  2. I think this is fab! Was a great release and I can't wait until the postman arrives ;) Thank you!

  3. Bev, your card is stunning, and once again, such a clever way to showcase the variety of images found in your new release! The chalkboard effect, combined with the images/sentiments you've selected: eye-catching and lovely! Hope your Sunday is fantastic!

  4. WOW,Bev...your card is amazing!! I love that you used all the Sets! Awesome!!

  5. The elements from the different sets work so well together! Love the chalkboard effect!


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