For You – Muse #44

Posted by on November 19, 2013 in Embossing, Muse, Stamping | 5 comments

Hello…remember me? Long time no blog. We have moved and are still in the process of unpacking – but we are loving our new home.

Today it is my turn at the Muse Card Club.


For you

Today’s card incorporates the chalkboard technique – to see a video tutorial on how I did on this, go here. I really love how this card turned out and have already given it to a friend. However you don’t have to do this technique at all, you may be inspired in a completely different way. See where your creativity takes you.

For you - detail

Here are some of the guidelines if you are unfamiliar with how Muse works.

  • Use the Muse card as inspiration, explain your interpretation and link back to Muse.
  • Provide supportive comments to at least 3 of your fellow member’s submissions.
  • Vote for 3 of your fellow member’s submissions that you find inspiring, once voting opens.

For the full challenge guidelines go here.


Stamps: Purple Onion Design ‘Birdie Cage’ Stamp set, Avery Elle ‘Oh Happy Day’ stamp set (sentiment)

Ink: Versamark ink, Color Box pigment ink – Frost white

Card: Bazzill card stock – black, Hero Arts folded notecards – snow, Scrap cardstock – various colours (small flowers)

Other Supplies: AnnaBelle Stamps white embossing powder, anti static pillow, heat tool, foam dimensionals, Carl Carla Craft punch – 2 x small flowers, AnnaBelle stamps pearls – 3mm, Glossy Accents (to adhere pearls), Uniball White signo pen

Hope you can find some time to play along this week,



  1. This is stunning.

  2. Love this – the bright colours are so eye catching against the black!

  3. I think this card is stunning Marion, I was speechless when I saw it…. it just had to be pinned! ps glad to hear the move went well.

  4. So pretty, love the “dusty” chalkboard 🙂
    Glad to hear the mover went well – Congratulations on your new home 🙂


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