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Old 09-03-2006, 10:11 AM   #1  
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Can you tell me what the name of the technique is where you rub chalk on cardstock and then stamp with VersaMark to remove the chalk?
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I believe SU calls this Pullin' Pastels.
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I THINK it's called "pulling pastels" (you know, the pastels are already there and the versamark stamp pulls them back away)
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so give me details on this.... you just rub chalk all over cardstock? with what? hmmmm I am on my way to movies with 5 15 yr olds..... I will need to stamp when I get home.... So help me out with details on this technique...... Thanks in advance!
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Add pastels over a dark piece of cardstock. Ink up your image with Versamark and stamp it on your pastel covered cardstock. The versamark will pull the pastels off the cardstock.

Check this technique page I got in a swap.
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Hey Stacy - I applied my pastels with a dauber. I will upload the card in my gallery right now so you can see it!

I would need to stamp after taking 5 girls to the movies too!!!!
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Sorry - forgot it is Sunday....can't upload until tomorrow!
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Can you tell me what the name of the technique is where you rub chalk on cardstock and then stamp with VersaMark to remove the chalk?
Just tried it and did not think I would like but has turned out well.

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