Tuesday, January 22, 2013

Waltzingmouse Monday Morning Make


Popping in quickly again with a card for Claire's Monday Morning Make she posted on her blog yesterday...
if you happen to have missed it you can get all the details HERE!
I know lots are excited about this challenge and it's a fabulous one to start off with...
Chalkboard Technique!

After dinner last night I sat down...
streamed a little Downton Abbey into the crafty space...
pulled all my Waltzingmouse sets out trying to decide which to use...
which was hard because there are so many that will work perfectly with this technique...
and finally decided to give Camellia a go with it and here's the results...


Can't say I've mastered the technique...
but I do love that since it's supposed to have a sort of "messy" look about it...
I think I can get away with the imperfections!
Now after completing this one...
another idea struck me upside the head..."BAM!"...
so I'm going to give it a go later and don't be surprised if I show up again!

So you have until next Monday to play along and there will be a random winner of 20GBP to use in the store...
just link up your creation using the Mr. Linky on Claire's blog HERE!

Till next time!


Stamps: Waltzingmouse Camellia
Cardstock: WP9 Cupid's Bow, PTI True Black, Soft Stone
Patterned Paper: MME Union Square
Misc: button (MFT), jute twine (PTI)

21 comments :

  1. Ok, this is FABULOUS! It has such a fabulous victorian feel to it with the striped paper and red background. You must have been channeling Downton when you watched it :) I can't wait to play along with this challenge, too!

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  2. Renee this is beautiful, what a great stamp set to use for this challenge! Love your take on this technique!

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  3. Ohh...Renee this is perfect!! Love the camellias and sentiment!!

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  4. Renee this is a stunner - I am so keen on this technique, it's a gem and you really make it look superb here with the camellias!! Hugs for playing missy!

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  5. Wow Renee! This is gorgeous! Love those flowers you used… really love them. The red button and twine are perfect with this. Gorgeous choice of papers too.
    We love Downton Abby too!

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  6. Renee this is gorgeous~I love the papers you backed it with~

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  7. pretty!! love the papers you chose to go with the chalkboard!

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  8. Gorgeous, Renee! The camellias are beautiful for this technique. And your matting of the focal point with the red and the stripe is perfection!!

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  9. Fabulous, Renee! You really have this technique down. Love the look with the camillias! The red & stripes look perfect and I adore that button accent!

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  10. I just love your take on this chalkboard technique. Great stamp choice and placement.

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  11. The Camelia flowers look perfect with this technique! The whole card is simply gorgeous.

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  12. Wonderful composition for this technique. One gorgeous card, Renee!

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  13. Oh my word, this one is so gorgeous. Like a sign at a florist's shop! Love!

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  14. Love the camellias dressed in white and all chalked up!! This is gorgeous!!

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  15. Beautiful Renee! love the colors on the papers you used behind your floral chalkboard!

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  16. A stunning card love the background papers and the choice of stamps simply gorgeous!
    Rizwana

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  17. Renee - this is fab! Love the flowers and sweet sentiment, and the background papers give a super vintage feel!

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  18. Looks perfect to me. Great card Renee!! I love this technique.

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  19. love love this this set too and is on my wishlist. A fabulous card the flowers look lovely and really like your background papers and the cute button.

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  20. Renee, these stamps also look great in the chalkboard technique. The flowers and the sentiment are very pretty and I also very much like how you made the background behind the chalkboard.

    Kind regards
    Carola

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  21. This is outstanding, my dear. A real work of art! Beautifully done.

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