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Accordian Art with Jen Matott

The chalkboard calendar

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Hi,everyone!

Madoka here.

 

Today,I'd like to  share the calendar with  Chalkboard Paint.

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1. I painted Square Journal Board  with Chalkboard Paint.

 

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2. I drew ruled lines in it using Stamper's Big White Pen.

And wrote in it day of the week.

But I wrote the date and  plans in PITT* Pastel Pencils.

PITT* Pastel Pencils can be easily erased with an eraser. So I can update a calendar when the month changes.

 

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3. Painted another Board with Chalkboard Paint and stamped it with Stamper's Big White Pen.

 

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4.Created  texture with Whipped Spackle and the stencil.

 

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5.I made embellishments  using  Gelatos® and Gesso and Stamper's Big Brush Pen Black .

 

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This is the page of July. 

Whenever the month changes, I'm going to make pages newly with  the photos which I took in the month.

And finally, I want to complete it as a year album .

 

Thank you.

                                                                                                                       Madoka

 

Faber Castell Design Memory Craft ® supplies 

Chalkboard Paint

Square Journal Board

Stamper's Big Brush Pen Black

Stamper's Big White Pen

 Whipped Spackle

Gesso

PITT* Pastel Pencils

Gelatos® LEMON, BUTTER CREAM, METALLIC MINT

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Susanne

Wow!!! I love that look! Gorgeous! Something like that would be perfect for my kitchen!!! Hugs, Susanne.

TracyM #6773

Fabulous calendar Madoka!!!
Great idea to transform it into an album too, it will be like a family diary :)

katie brooks

darling, darling, darling!

Carol Mc

Such a great project.

MargieH

I thought I posted here - must've been FB! LOL!

I LOVE THIS IDEA~! Definitely will try this :) SO clever to use this all year around and at the end, have a wonderful dynamic album for 2014! GREAT JOB <3

Madoka Kinosada

Thanks everyone!!

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