I have a Scrapbooking and Cardmaking Tip that you can use on other Crafts as well.......
WHAT TO DO WITH CHALKS?
With a bit of Chalk, you can shade, age and tint. With a little effort, you can generate textures, highlights and soft, faux finishes. And with a variety of applicators including cotton balls, swabs, sponges, brushes on your fingertips you can create unlimited looks that range from innocent to industrial.
Variations: Apply dry Chalk with a blender pen for a watercoloured look or brush over and image stamped in pigment ink for a velvety effect.
WHAT TO DO WITH METALLIC RUBS-ONS?
Wherther it's a simple gilded edge or a solid metal accent, the metallic shine adds an opulent touch that other looks can't. And with metallic rub-ons, these looks are yours whether you're just aiming for a subtle highlight or hoping to give a plain accent a completely metallic transformation.
Variations: Apply metallic rub-ons to a variety of surfaces - cardstock, patterned paper, fabric, clay, chipboard tiles, acrylics and more. When applying rub-ons to non-porous surfaces, coat with a a clear- drying glaze to set.
Encyclopedia of Scrapbooking: Creating Keepsakes
CHALKS ON SPECIAL FOR MOTHERS DAY
Hope that you all had a Lovely Weekend and used the National Scrapbooking day for just doing what you LOVE to do....