All you need is some white ink, VersaMark, white embossing powder and heat gun, and black or green cardstock (for the chalkboard). I used the new A Good Apple Set from Lawn Fawn.
You can also use a chalk bag if you'd like (like I did in the picture above). Generally, this is used for embossing so excess powder doesn't stick to the paper, but I think it adds something extra to the chalkboard look.
Stamp your image with VersaMark and then add the power and heat emboss.
Then, grab your white ink. I have a few types, and for for this project, I used VersaMagic's white ink. I used a Q-Tip to gently add some white ink around the embossed area, to make it look like excess chalk. You can use your finger, a dauber, some cotton balls, etc. Whatever works best for you!!!!
I also added some white around the edges, too.
Then I added the eraser and chalk to make it look like a real chalkboard (and is it sad that I'm thinking most kids today don't even know what a chalkboard is - they only know dry erase/white boards??!?!!). :)
I added dimension on three sides so the side that sits on the Lawn Trimming Hemp Cord wouldn't be uneven.
Stamps, Patterned Paper, Hemp Cord: Lawn Fawn
Cardstock: Recollections, Neenah
Embossing Powder: Ranger