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05 January 2014

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Nance Leedy

Not sure if my comment posted or not! These word bubbles are perfect for the chalkboard technique--can just see them as doodles on the classroom board. Love that you finished the inside too and thank you so much for your sweet shout-out! ((hugs))

Nance Leedy

Awww, the word bubble stamps are perfect for this challenge! Can't you see some kid doodling them on the board?! Love that you made a chalkboard on the inside too! Great card, my friend!

Cam

Great looking chalkboard card. You made it look so simple but I have yet to master the look of it. Would love to see this technique on a video. What is a silicone craft sheet?
Oh, it's crazy cold out there and here in the east coast. I am so ready for Spring!!!!

Sandy M

What a fun card, Jaydee! Love those word bubbles and they are on my wish list. It's brutally cold here, too, not fit for man nor beast! Stay warm!

Ann Schach

Oh so cute! I love those word bubbles. I can't wait to see the inside:)

Nancy Baxter

Thanks for the chalkboard talk. When I taught, I loved chalkboards; they were so easy to erase and there were always plenty of volunteers to do it. Do you remember clapping them outside? Then someone came along and changed them to huge dry erase boards. All that ink on my hands, no easy way to clean them. Oh, well, at least we now have the Chalkboard Technique! Much better... Good luck with the weather and going back to work. My thoughts are with you. Stay warm! Nancy B

Rach

Fabulous card and technique!

Your story about cleaning the board triggered a memory. Since Lissie was a teacher, we would ride into school with her in the morning and be in her room after school until she was ready to go home (definitely not something allowed in this day and age, believe me). She was VERY particular about having a clean chalkboard to start the day and that included NO streaks AND vertical strokes up and down the board only. :oP No horizontal or circles for her. :oP

Thanks for the trip down memory lane this morning! I hope you have a fabulous Monday--I know it's back to work today.

Hugs!

P.S. Hi Lou!

ColleenB.

great looking card Jaydee. First thing that came to mind to write on your chalkboard card was; 'Baby, It's COLD Outside'.
So many states effected by this Artic blast. Will be so glad once the first signs of Spring appear.

Stay warm everyone and be safe as well.

Sandie

Great technique and love the border. I was a teacher so I remember writing on them!!
Stay warm x

Cindy Brumbaugh

Now, this is chalkboard technique for sure! Such a great card- CAS! TFS;)

Christy Q

Love it, Jaydee!! The sentiments really pop off the panel with the chalkboard technique. Stay warm!!

LeAnne

Sweet and cute, love it, Jaydee!

elaine

good morning, love the card, think it would be cute for a teacher, i have a niece in minn. that is a teacher and would love to make this style for her.
you and your hubby stay warm looks like you folks are in for some terrible cold weather and then of course heads east to us. stay inside and makes lots of cards.

Linda Callahan

You make the cutest cards!

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