Monday, March 31, 2008

CHF Challenge Chicks #1

The Cornish Heritage Farms Design Team thought it would be fun to start having weekly challenges. So look for the "CHF challenge chicks" challenges every Monday! For the first week Julia challenged us to use flocking on our card. Flocking is currently the featured product in the store and I just wrote a tutorial on using flocking in the technique talk forum so I was up for this challenge!

I decided to use flocking with my Large Polk a dot Backgrounder stamp. I used the Essential Glue Pad to "ink" up my BG stamp, pressed it on my black card and then covered it with white flocking and let it dry. What do you think?

-Large Polk a Dot Backgrounder by Cornish Heritage Farms
-Pretty Birds (Kim Hughes) by Cornish Heritage Farms

-Prismatic Black, white and Intense Teal by Prism Paper
-Heart is cut from a piece of pink felt from Michael's

-Brilliance Graphite Black pigment ink by Tsukineko
-Adirondack Watermelon Dye ink by Ranger Inc.
-BG45 Copic Marker

-Nestabilities by Spellbinder

-Brad by Makin' Memories
-Pink Stickles by Ranger Inc.

Check out what the other "chicks" came up with: Julia Stainton -Lesley Langdon -Dawn Lusk-Sherrie Siemens -Lisa Strahl - Julie Campbell -Lori Craig -Lisa Silver -Kim Hughes

We'd love to see what you come up with for our flocking challenge. You can post your flocked creations made with CHF stamps in our gallery with the keyword flocking. Try it, it's fun!


Dawn said...

how cute,cute,cute!

Mona Lisa said...

Your flock is so perfect I thought it was silver ink! Love this sketch, I think I am going to have to try it. :)

Sherrie said...

This is such a cool background! Love the black!

Lori Craig said...

I adore this layout!! Great card, Kristine the Flock Queen! :)

Alli Miles said...

It's absolutely PERFECT! You have a lot of elements going on here and they work so well together.

Silvergirl said...

OMGosh!!! You have such a way with Flocking!!! I'm glad you shared your tips!

Julia Stainton said...

Love that white flocked background! Darling birds and layout too!

Kim Hughes said...

everything about it Kristine :)