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gingersfavorite 
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03-03-14 06:53 PM - Post#4102270    

This paper looks like a chalkboard. What would you use to write something in that bottom, righthand area (that looks like chalk)? I have a silver Sharpie, but feel that would be too bold.



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buttonscrapper 
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03-03-14 06:55 PM - Post#4102272    
    In response to gingersfavorite

Stampin' Up makes a white chalk marker. I'm sure there are other brands out there...


 
scrappydappydoodler 
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03-03-14 07:12 PM - Post#4102276    
    In response to buttonscrapper

How about a white colored pencil or one of those Sakura pens. I have a couple of the white Sakura gelly roll pens. They look great on dark colors.

 
Beth Ann 
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03-03-14 07:21 PM - Post#4102278    
    In response to scrappydappydoodler

Why not chalk, with some adhesive after?

 
gingersfavorite 
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03-03-14 07:55 PM - Post#4102284    
    In response to Beth Ann

well I thought about chalk Beth Ann, but figured it would spread / get dusty on the page protector. What type of adhesive are you thinking of using after?

 
carpe scrapum 
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03-03-14 09:43 PM - Post#4102300    
    In response to gingersfavorite

You can also write with an embossing pen and heat emboss with white powder.

 
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03-03-14 10:40 PM - Post#4102310    
    In response to carpe scrapum

Is the frame part of the paper?

 
gingersfavorite 
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03-03-14 10:46 PM - Post#4102316    
    In response to rottiefan

yes

 
Beth Ann 
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03-04-14 04:45 AM - Post#4102342    
    In response to gingersfavorite

I dunno, Stephanie, that would be something to ask the folks who scrap! I was thinking something spray on.

 
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03-04-14 05:28 AM - Post#4102352    
    In response to Beth Ann

I vote white pen or white embossing powder.

 
gingersfavorite 
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03-04-14 10:51 AM - Post#4102410    
    In response to RedSquirrel

Thanks for the great ideas!

I also just stumbled upon THIS on Pinterest.

 
Nora 
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03-04-14 05:51 PM - Post#4102524    
    In response to gingersfavorite

I actually would use a white colored pencil. Then maybe erase it a little to look like chalk.

 
gingersfavorite 
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03-04-14 06:22 PM - Post#4102532    
    In response to Nora

Ohhh.... that's a good idea ^ Nora!

I also found that I have a silver ink pad that I never use. Thought about dabbing in that & trying to write on the paper, or even cut off a corner & swipe the word on.

Hmm.....

 
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