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Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Chalk Talk Banners

Banner Card made with Stampin'UP!'s Chalk Talk Stamp SetBanner Cards are a great way to highlight a sentiment. The visual effect of the banner is to lead your eye to the main focal point - kind of like the tail of a kite.

The highlighted sentiment on this card is from a new stamp set called Chalk Talk.

This banner card with the focus on the sentiment is a very versatile layout.
. . . You can use just about ANY sentiment so the layout works for any occasion
. . . The colors used on the banner allow you to make it work for masculine, feminine. Or choose school colors for a graduation, or choose holiday colors.

Stampin'UP!'s Chalk Talk Stamp Set

Here's a few things to note about this stamp set.

First, why the name: Chalk Talk?  The script and lines are thin not solid, when stamped they do kind of have the look of chalk.

Second: this set has a matching set of Framelit dies and punches. We have punches to match the circle and oval and there is a Framelit Set that matches the 3 label shapes.


Stampin'UP! also bundles some products. If you want both the stamp set and the framelits you can buy them as a bundle and "save a bundle" (OK, sorry, bad pun). You can save 15%. The bundle is available as either wood mount or clear mount.

Do you know the secret catalog code? Click on the image of the stamp set above to see it bigger and you'll notice a red line around a few of the images and a blue line around others.  The red line around any stamp image means there is a matching die and the blue line means there is a matching punch. Matching Stamps and Dies are just one more example of how Stampin'UP! strives to make our lives easier and our crafting more fun.

Thanks for stopping by
--Katie


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