Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Chalk-Ah-Lot Cafe Blog Hop! So many great prizes~!

Hello!
Welcome to Chalk-Ah-Lot Cafes
First Blog Hop!
Feb 28th - March 1st
That gives you 3 days to play!

 Here is my project.
I wanted to share how to make these flowers!
YES USING CHALK SPRAY I MADE!

Supplies  scissors, flower punch, paper bags,
Elmer's glue (or any school glue) buttons, or pearls, walnut ink,
chalk with water in spray bottle.
I have used metallic colors blitzy and ritzy. 

I first cut my bags so they are easy to punch

I find that if my punch starts to stick a few punches of tin foil sharpens the punch.

Punched flowers

Now time to crinkle the flowers.  I have found the longer they stay crinkled the better. 

Next I spray them with Walnut Ink and then with
the chalk spray.  The chalk spray gives a great shine.


Next I take 6 petals and glue a dot in the middle of each and stack.
See how glue is here, this is done for each layer.

Now for making the flower have more texture.  I squeeze down in the middle and twist to layer the petals. 
Here you can see I have added buttons in the center .
A ton of colors can be made using walnut inks and chalks.
The chalk spray is what gives the wonderful shimmer and shine.


Please hop along with us!
You have a chance to win a different prize at each design team's blog.
Prizes include
Mini Stamp sets
Buzz N Magic Glue
Buzz N Magic Paint
Cloud Stencil
Lined Grid
Set of 2 Metallic chalks
and more!
At the challenge blog we are giving away a 4 pc chalk set.
You must be a follower to win prizes.
 Just comment on each blog and
becoming a follower on each person's blog
The names will be drawn by each team member for
their blogs.
All  winners will be announced on
March 3rd
 on the Chalk-Ah-Lot Challenge Blog.

Hop now!
Tammylee  (You are here)
Barbara (Next stop)
Cindy
Jennifer
Katie
Martha
Melissa
Tameko
Chalk-Ah-Lot Cafe Challenge Blog

We have a special promotion!
4 basic chalks for $6 plus shipping,
This does not include metallic or stardust.


Tammylee Chalk -Ah- Lot DT Coordinator

11 comments:

  1. Tammylee what a great tutorial...love it...great job on the blog hop....KtsAngles

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  2. Awesome Tutorial!!!! Cute Flowers!

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  3. Okay that is an awesome idea and I love those flowers! I think I know what this momma will be happily doing for the evening LOL

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  4. What a wonderful tutorial!! Excellent job!!!! Great looking flowers!!!!!

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  5. Like the vintage look to the flowers. Thanks for sharing.
    Melissa
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"

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  6. Great tutorial and lovely flowers! Thanks!
    Lynn

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  7. Tammy, Great tutorial and yummy flowers. I did not think about using the bags for flowers. Now maybe I can put that stack of paper bags to use!

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  8. Hi Tammy, your flowers are stunning! Thanks for the tutorial. It is so easy to follow:) I will have to try making some of these.

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  9. great toot! will give it a try - love your flowers and idea to spray them! great way to use some of those 100 bags of lunch bags i have sitting in cabinet (-:

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All About Tammylee

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Just a little about me, I have two grown sons and have been married 34 years to my best friend. We live in Northern Wisconsin so I have a lot of time to work on my projects in the Winter. The rest of the year I buy out my time. I have loved crafts all my life. I started my first scrapbook when I was in 7th grade. I was the Historian for my OEA (Office Education Association) club in high school and college. I am the design team coordinator for Chalk N Stock. I have been the design team coordinator for several other groups as well. I am a design team member of Chalk N Stock. I was a Card Stylist for DRS Designs. I have been A Crafting Start, Mark's Finest Papers A Heinrich Company, Ready, Set, Create and Digi Darla'son Bella Digi Studio, Baby Buds, Chalk-Ah-Lot, Inktegrity, Digi's With Attitude!, Fairy Knoll , Stamping Plus Scrap N, Craft Us Crazy, Shannon's Sentiments, Paper Cupcakes, DtsArt, IDIC and many GD spots. Gotta love stamping.