Today’s  Chalkboard tutorial on Splitcoaststampers was created by the wonderful Amy Rohl. I created the video for the technique and this is the sample I created for it.

The card measures 3 1/2″ x 5 1/2″ and was created out of Kraft cardstock. The bottom corners were rounded and some score lines were added with my Scor-Pal.

Taylored Expressions Graphic Birthday Greetings sentiment was stamped in Snow Cap Pigment ink on black cardstock. It was embossed with white embossing powder. The edges were distressed and the layer was adhered to white cardstock. A border was added with a white chalk pencil.

A piece of an old Pink Paislee paper pack was added above the score lines before the image was adhered to the card base. Three 1/4″ white circle punch outs on the bottom right corner finish off the card.

Here is a video for the visual learner:

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I created this card also as a sample for my Hope You Can Cling to Challenge on Splitcoaststampers. It is the fourth year of our annual card drive to create cards for the MD Anderson Cancer center in Houston. Participate in challenges, send your cards to the hospital and you might win  great prizes from some of your favorite stamp companies. I hope you have time to join us.

Thanks so much for stopping by! Have a wonderful day.
Hugs and smiles


Stay at Home Mom of Three, Splitcoast Team Member and Copic and Spellbinders die Lover.

8 Responses to “Video Tutorial on Splitcoaststampers – Chalkboard”

  1. I really like the chalk effect! Thanks for sharing Beate!

  2. Great effect, really looks like a chalk board! TFS!

  3. Oh it’s really pretty Beate! Love the chalkboard look! hugs! MOjca

  4. Thank you for your video. I love the chalkboard look, also, and plan to try it soon!

  5. trendy and cute! thanks for the video, Beate!

  6. very cute, I love your little border you did too!

  7. Hello!

    I hope this finds you and your family well and happy! I saw your video on Splitcoaststampers – great project! I do miss your daily posts but am so happy when I do see something you have done! Wishing you a happy week!


    Barbara Diane

  8. hi Beate: nice to see you back at your blog…nice technique I like it too and I did as well a card using it…
    guess that you are busy with your family at home…enjoy bibiana

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