The good news is it’s time for another Stamp Review Crew blog hop — this one featuring Chalk Talk. (Making the rounds? You’ve come from Tinkerin’ in Ink and enjoyed Tanya’s creations using the digital version of this set. Need to see the list of bloggers? Click the banner above!)
I tried to hold back, but I have three cards for you today using this set! The first one I created for a Very Vintage swap at Stampin’ Up! Leadership Conference. I used Illuminate Glimmer Watermark ink for the floral background and the Double Embossing technique on the vellum circle. (I promise I’ll post complete details on each of my cards!)
It’s so hard for me to fight the urge to make everything symmetrical. I joke (sort of) that my favorite stamping tool is my see-through quilting ruler. So last week’s Freshly Made Sketches challenge lived up to its name for me. Frankly, I was amazed I got the 90° angle on that Finishing Touches border to work out perfectly the first time! I made this card easier on my German-engineering nature by interpreting the sketch about as literally as I could.
Hope you had fun here with Chalk Talk! Continuing your hop? Your next stop is Jill Stamps for her clever ideas. See you on February 3!