Get Well Soon

Happy Sunday
I wanted to share a fun project with you today! 
Chalk is so much fun, you should try it!
This is an image from
Mark's Finest Papers a Heinrich Co
Find this set here

Chalk is on the sentiment!
Image is embossed
Liquid Pearls
Image from Mark's Finest Papers a Heinrich Co.

Our Sponsor this month is
Scribbles by Sandy

This image from
Mark's Finest Papers a Heinrich Co.

Thanks for popping by!
Happy Chalking!

Chalk and mail art!

Hello Everyone,

Its Friday, and Tameko here to share a fun project with you!  
Do you ever decorate your envelopes before mailing them?  I have just the project for you....Mail Art!  Its fun, easy, and a great way to dress up those plain envelopes.

I used Stamp N Plus Scrap N  Powdered Chalk with cotton balls to create my background.   And my stamps are from Unity.  For more details on this project please see my blog.  

***You still have time to join our "Get Well" challenge.***

Thanks so much for stopping by!

Get Well by KtsAngels

This month has gone by so fast...
wow it's almost August already...
oh my !!!

This months' sponsor has been wonderful
a great BIG thank you to Sandy for being our sponsor for July !!!
these great sunflowers have made the best 
Get Well cards.

I used the chalk around the image, the frame of the flowers
to mute the alcohol markers...
and I used stardust colored chalk to make is shine...
I use the stardust on almost everything..
its so nice to give it the extra something on the image...

Remember you have a few more days to add your 
creation to our challenge
the winner will be announced on August 1st along with 
our new Sponsor and the teams creations...
OH I cannot wait to see whats next !!!
Happy Chalk'n
KtsAngels're it

Well today is my last Wednesday as guest designer for July and I have to say that I have had such a great time sharing creations with you!  For my project today I once again combined Chalk and Copics; this time creating a tag.
I printed this digital image onto cardstock and colored her with Copics first.  I then added the background using chalk.  I then went in and added shading to her using my chalks.

I have totally enjoyed sharing projects with you this month and hope I have inspired you to pull out your Chalk and combine them with your Copics to add great depth to your coloring projects.

Happy crafting....Lynda

Project supplies:  Chalk:  Close to My Heart; Fiber: Really Reasonable Ribbon, Markers:  Copic; Digital image: Papelitos Stamps; white gel pen and glossy accents.

Cheer Up...

Hi everyone hope you all had a great weekend!
I wanted to share a fun project with you today! 
This is a cute cat with a sale boat.
I used versamark to stamp the image and then
added different colors of chalk direct to the paper.
Chalk is on the cute pig to make him shine!
Image is colored with powdered chalk
Image from Stamp Affair
Our Sponsor this month is

Thanks for popping by!
Happy Chalking!

Background with chalk…



Hi There,

Its Tameko sharing a Friday creation with you!

Are you ready for another dose of chalk inspiration?

Well, you are in the right place!

Are you ever concerned about mailing the cards/projects you make?  Maybe because they have lots of beautiful embellishments etc…

Chalk can be a wonderful tool for adding dimension/depth to your project.


For more details on my card please see my blog.

July Sponsor:

Our current challenge is Get Well

You can use any chalk and any image

Until next time,

Keep on Chalkin!


Get Well by KtsAngels

It's Thursday
and with that you get to see another one of Katie's cards,
using chalk...
this month sponsor is ...

This is what I came up with in using one of her wonderful digi stamps...

more details on my blog about this card ...

Please get out name out there ... 
share with your friends that we have a challenge going on over here ...
more is always better ...

as always 
any chalk and any image
use the linky tool to add your creation using chalk...
until next time....happy chalk'n

Sparkly distraction

Hi everyone...Lynda here which means it is Wednesday!!!  I've gotten a few questions about chalk and Copics, so I thought I would post an in the works type picture and give you a few more details about what I do...
I lay down a layer of color with my Copics first.  I then come in and add shading to certain areas of my images with a Q-tip and chalk.  You can see on this where I added extra purple to her hair and then completed the entire background with the chalk.  I then clean my image up using an eraser.

for this image I wanted her eyes to pop and add some extra sparkly goodies to go with the cute I added Glossy accents to her eyes and used a clear glitter pen on the flowers and the border around the image...

Here's my final card:

I hope you'll pull out your chalks and pair them with your Copics for the perfect shading on your next project!!

Supplies used:  Image:  Dilly Beans, Markers:  Copic, Chalk:  Close to my Heart; Pattern paper, green cardstock and sentiment by Momenta.

Happy crafting....Lynda

Chalk is so much fun, you should try it!

Hi everyone welcome to
another Sunday Funday!
I wanted to share a fun project with you today! 
Chalk is so much fun, you should try it!

Chalk is on the cute pig to make him shine!
Find out more and see more photos at my blog!

Our Sponsor this month is

Thanks for popping by!
Happy Chalking!

Friday Sunshine…




I hope that you have had a wonderful week! 


I don’t know about you, but sometimes when I sit down to create a project, I just have too many ideas in my head.  Not to mention, too many forgotten products.  For this card I pulled out my  forgotten Faber Castell Aquarelle Pencils to color my image, and then I used powdered chalk to add a little dimension to the edges of the image.  I love the seamless application that can be achieved with the Stamp N Plus Scrap N powdered chalk.  My photo does not pick it up, but my sentiment also has the same chalk applied to the edges. 

I hope that I have inspired you to pull out your chalk products, and play!

Remember you still have time to join out “Get Well” challenge!

Until next time,

Keep Chalking!


Get Well...

Chalk Style....

Oh I love the Stardust chalk...
you can add it to some water or alcohol in a small spray bottle..
then shake and spray!!
I also use my heat gun to set the spray and speed up the drying time.

I use this on almost every project to give it a shine...

This month's sponsor is

Our challenge is
any Image
any Chalk
Just use chalk...

Happy Chalk'n
by KtsAngels

Wednesdays in July

Wednesdays in July mean that you get another post from the guest designer for the, Lynda!!!  Today I am sharing with you another Chalk and Copics creation I made.  Note how you can add the chalk to the copics directly to alter the colors to make them richer in places and then directly to the white area of my image to create a subtle background behind her...

I do hope you'll give the Chalk and Copics combo a try...  I love that if I make a mistake I simply erase the chalk and start over again at shading...perfect shading every time!!!

Happy crafting...Lynda

Supplies used:  Digital image:  Dilly Beans, Chalks:  Close to My Heart, Markers: Copics; Fiber:  Really Reasonable Ribbons, Pattern paper:  Cosmo Cricket; Button from my stash.  Sentiment is computer generated using Word.

Get Well with Scribbles by Sandy

Hi everyone welcome to
 Sunday Funday!
I wanted to share a fun project with you today! 
Another Get Well card!

See more details on my blog!
Emboss folder
Image is colored with Copic markers
Chalk is in on the sunflower center!

Our Sponsor this month is

Thanks for popping by!
Happy Chalking!

Happy 4th of July!!!

Hello...Lynda here as the guest designer for the month of July!  Happy 4th of July!!!  I hope you are spending the day with friends and family...I am so excited to share with you each Wednesday some of my favorite creations featuring chalk!

Because today is all about spending time with friends, I thought I would celebrate a special friendship with a card.  For this card, I first stamped my image using Memento ink.  I colored the base of the image using Copic markers...then comes the magic...adding chalk in places on your stamped image to add shadows...  the fantastic part about adding chalk to colored images is that if you make a mistake you simply erase the chalk and start over.  I also used chalk to color the background behind the entire image.

I hope you'll give this technique a try...I'm sure you'll find it is a super fun and easy way to add depth to any stamped project!

Happy crafting...Lynda

Supplies used:  Image:  Little Foxes by gor juss; red pattern paper:  Cosmo Cricket; Golden pattern paper:  My Minds Eye; Markers:  Copic, White Gel Pen, and chalks:  Close To My Heart

Get Well Challenge #2

Hi everyone welcome to  
Chalk N Stock
 challenge #2
We have so much to tell you today!
First I want to welcome Lynda Lindley to the team as a
 guest for July!
Next we want to share with you our winner of the first challenge!
Barbara is the winner of a $10 gift certificate from
You can email Tammylee for the prize at
Our 2 honorable mentions are
Janis and Helen
Please email Tammylee for your Blog Badges!
Now on to Challenge #2  Get Well
This month we are sponsored by
Scibbles By Sandy

They are offereing 3 free images for a prize
Please play along with us!
The rules are going to be super easy for you!
You are limited to 2 entries each month
You can use any images and any chalk!
You MUST be a follower to win.
But you must use chalk on your project in some way!!!
Prizes will be different all the time and can vary from
Stamp sets, digi sets, chalk, supplies and more!

Chalk N Stock Challenge Team

Lynda Guest Designer

I hope that the design team has given you tons of ides
Now let's see your Get Well projects!
Please only 2 entries per person.
Happy Chalking
Please leave us a comment too!