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my name is monica but now i'm better known as nana. i have recurring dreams about faraway places and wild animals running free. i love to create with paper, food and yarn and i love to share snippets of my life.

Saturday, April 26, 2008

Scrapbooking at Monica's Place 14th episode

Watch and leave a comment for a chance to win some great items from Pebbles Inc!

13 comments:

NaDiA said...

omg i cant believe that chalk can even do with card omg you make such nice cards cant wait for your videos (: have fun on the vacation (:

p.s : i think the iron for the ribbon looks like a hair straightener hehe (:
xx Nadia

irisbleu said...

I love it!! It's amazing what you can do with chalk. And a chalk eraser?? How awesome is that and I really love the ribbon straightner. You do awesome work!!

doverdi said...

Great tutorial! Thanks for the reminder & refresher course on chalks. I love the Pebbles Inc Pearlescent chalks but don't use mine often enough. I love the ribbon iron & eraser. Thanks for showing us some cool products. Have a great vacation! P.S. Congrats on the new grandson!

Betty said...

What a fun tutorial! I would have never thought of using masking tape on a card! Cute, cute, cute.
Congratulations on your beautiful new grandson!

Sally said...

so easy to follow and I learned a great deal! Love the finished product! THanks for sharing!

slimpat said...

thank you for the lesson I learned so much I love the finished card
pat

Cindy said...

Fantastic video and card! Aren't grandchildren fun?!?

Anonymous said...

I always think of chalk as smearing... looks like this works much better! I have never seen a ribbon iron, either. Thanks for the tutorial.

Swedie

Sherri said...

great tutorial. I've always loved chalks. Just forget ot use them. Have fun on your vacation!!

kathy said...

Hi, thanks for another great video tutorial. It is great to have you back doing your video's I have missed them and congrats on your new grand baby!

Ann said...

Love your tutorials. I'm going to try your ideas out on some cards right now!

Marge Robertson said...

Never heard of these chalks before; would love to have them!

Great video!!!

MyViviGirl said...

You have truly inspired me to bring out my old chalks. Although mine aren't as cute as yours. You are an amazing artists. Thanks for the inspiration.

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