I have had several people ask me about my Chipboard Basics Tutorial. I will have you know that I was able to cut through heavy weight chipboard coasters using the Cuttlebug. I imagine that after 70 clippies it starts to show a little wear but my dies are still going!!!! They have tons of life left in them. The major thing you will notice is the foam on the back looks a little more pressed.
You are in for a treat...I have put together a series of photos showing you how I would use chipboard. Keep in mind I haven't put these on paper yet! I am still creating cards with these embellies. After all, I wanted to show you how you can use them on your projects too. You will just have to visit daily to see how I use them.
When I created my chipboard embellies I was thinking about the various ways I could alter chipboard. For instance, stamping, pearl ex, direct to paper, chalk, embosssing, sanding, paint, brads, eyelets, diamonds, rub ons, ribbon...the list goes on. Now onto my chipboard examples! Please feel free to ask as many questions as you need to. I am more than willing to explain the steps involved in creating any of these chipboard examples.
Aa=Pigment ink and gel pen
Bb=Pearl Ex and Lumiere
Cc= VersaMark and Chalk
Dd= Direct to paper ink
Ee= Ink embossed
DP Covered Chipboard
Multi Stamped Chipboard
Direct to Chipboard and Stamping
Brads, Ribbon and Chipboard
I will be sharing some more later today! I don't want to post too many pics in this post...
Because I love to stamp and you do too!