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Chalkboard calender is super fun for my girls as they get write the countdown every morning!!
I took a wood block and applied FB- Gesso all over it. Then added FB- Black Chalkboard paint to the front.
I used beautiful paper from DCWV- Candy Lane Christmas collection, it works perfectly with black chalkboard paint.
I also added silver details to the tree using FB-Silver metallic pen.
Finally applied FB-glaze over the paper for nice shine.
I embellished the project with Snowflake Diecuts and DCWV Mirrored Stars.
This project is for the following challenges...
Crafting for all Seasons - Anything Christmas but a card.
Holly Jolly Christmas Challenge Anything goes.
Decorate to Celebrate - Anything Goes 3-D
Leave a comment here , DCWV Blog and on the Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft® blog to be eligible to win this weeks prizes! DCWV is giving away THREE Prizes worth $50.00 each in scrapbooking supplies!
Thanks for stopping by!!!
love how you add details to the tree using metallic pen.
FABULOUS Chalkboard Christmas Countdown Piali - LOVE IT!!!
LOVE your torn edge & Christmas Tree, LOVE your chalkboard section & layered snowflakes too!!!
Black, white & red is such a cheery combo :)
Gorgeous! I just love that tree, great card.
I adore the newsprint look and how you've torn that one corner. This design is perfect for creating a Christmas card that doesn't seem too traditional.
Great way to count down to Christmas. Have to remember this for next year.
thanks for sharing a fabulous idea.
I love your card, it has so many interesting details.
Piali your card is absolutely awesome!
Super cute mini card - love the tree.
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What a cute idea to let the kids add the day to the calendar. I love your pick of papers to use and the diecut stars really help set it off. Thanks for sharing.
Wow, this is so beautiful!! I love the color combo and those snowflakes. Thanks for sharing.
This is an awesome calender! Great idea!
Wonderful design for
this cute chalkboard!
Carla from Utah
Beautiful count down calendar :-D I like it a lot! Thank you for sharing :-D
What a beautiful work of art Piali and genius idea.
Love the printed text background. I'd been trying to figure out what to use for a background in one of my cards and this has inspired me. Thanks for sharing.
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Loving it so much.
I love the little tear corner
What an awesome idea and its very pretty! Love it!
What a unique and pretty countdown calendar!
Gorgeous. love all the details.
great project thanks so much for sharing
LOVE your chalkboard countdown calenda, Piali. This is such a fun idea!!
love the chalkboard papers and colors you chose!
What a great idea with the chalkboard paint. The snowflake embellishments are also gorgeous! Thanks for linking up your fabulous creation at Holly Jolly, hope to see you soon again! Karola, DT
Love the chalkboard design :)
Oh my what a fun way to make a countdown calendar.
Awesome countdown calendar, Piali!
Beautiful design! The print paper is a very neat look.
Fabulous project. Love how you used the metallic pen. I love the paper and the die cuts. So very nicely done! Lynn G.
Beautiful project, very nicely done.
LOve the modern and trendy colors of this project.1
What a fabulous project Piali ..I love the idea and the beautiful way you have created this !
beautiful card piali!
This is so pretty!! Love that FB chalkboard paint, definitely need to get some!!!
so pretty thank you for joining us at dtc hugs
WOW! this is such a fabulous idea and creative, LOVE it. Thank you for joining us over at Decorate to Celebrate!!
Thank you for sharing your wonderful Christmas project with us at Crafting for all Seasons.
Love this card and how you used the chalkboard. Fab non-traditional colours. Thanks for sharing with us at Holly Jolly. Meighan DT
WOW! This is fabulous! Thanks so much for sharing it with us CFAS.
Fiona DT x
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