I also have been working on some different chalk techniques. My sister-in-law Amy is a new SU demo and she asked me about different ideas for her chalks. I didn't want to do the normal blender pen, so I had to do some digging. As I was doing that, I started talking to my Mom and she said she would like to do a technique class every month again. We used to go to my upline's but she moved away a while ago, so it has been a while. I think I might put together a chalk class for July. Let me know what you think.
Anyway, here is the color combo
Here is my creation.
I used the chalkboard technique. That is where you stamp your solid image on dark cardstock in craft ink and then pounce your chalk applied spounge dauber on the image. It was really quite fun and super easy. I thought I would need more pressure in the pouncing, but it was really a light touch.
I used really rust chalk and dsp color, but dusty durango for the paper and ribbon. It worked out just fine with this dsp. I thought the off white brads accented the dots in the ribbon nicely.
It's a good life!
Deets: All supplies are Stampin Up unless noted
Stamps: GKD Elegant flowers, PTI Background Basics: Dots & Spots
Paper: Dusty Druango, More mustard, Chocolate Chip, dsp
Ink: PTI Snow White, PTI Champaigne Versa Mark
Accessories: Garden Green, More Mustard, Really Rust chalk, off white brads, dusty durango polka dot ribbon, Sponge Daubers, Stampin dimensionals