More Playtime with Chalkboard Paint!
Journaling with emotions once again

Chalkboard tag with Gelatos® drips and drops!


Hi Everyone!  Krista with you today showing you a few fun things you can do with Chalboard paint and Gelatos®.  Check out the video slide-show tutorial below to see how I created the above tag.  I discovered that dried gelatos really 'pop' off the chalkboard paint creating a really nice contrast of colours!


I hope you enjoy the video!  This quick little tag can be used on a card, in an art journal, on a gift etc...It's fun to play around with the drips! 

Thanks for watching, have a great day! 

Krista :)


Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft:

Textural Accents:  Gesso, Chalkboard Paint, Gelatos®:  Margarita Mix, Watermelon, Snowcone, Lavender, Stampers Big White Pen (#770013)

Other:  Plain tags, Unity Stamp (Quiet Voice), 3D Pop Dots, water spritzer, watercolour paper, heat tool


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TracyM #6773

FAB tag, the colours, drips & drops look amazing!!
FUN tutorial, love the music too :)

Chantal Vandenberg

Love it!

Mary Anne Perlmutter

Thank you for the video. I am adding the chalkboard paint to my shopping list. I love the gelatos drips on the cardboard tag. Thank you for sharing.


Love the tag, such bright colors on that dark background really makes the gelatos pop. Thanks for the fun video.

Gloria Westerman

I love this technique...will give it a try for sure...the video was informant but the time alps was the pits...but thank you anyway...just fast forward it ...tfs

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