I am amazed at how much faster I can create when I choose something to be inspired by. I know that I sometimes get stuck in the creative process when I have too many choices. This card is one from Jennifer's class that shows a shadowing technique that I had never done.
We started by stamping the image in white ink. The ink is Colorbox Frost White pigment ink. It's a very wet ink so you have to give it some time to dry (or hit it with a heat gun). Then slightly off of that image stamp it again in a color. This is stamped with Hero Grass Chalk ink. This is the perfect tool to do this because as you lower it to position it you can see exactly where it is going and adjust it as you need to...
I made two more cards using this technique. The first one uses Hero Cerulean Chalk Ink. The background cerulean note card is embossed. Since the Hero paper has a white side when it embossed the white showed in places. I decided I kind of liked it so I kept it that way!
I also made a read one using Hero Punch Chalk Ink. The background paper is Hero Designer paper. I stamped the Friends Definition stamp over top of it in the Punch ink.