Tuesday, April 24, 2007

PART 2: More altered chipboard fun...

The journey continues...

You can stamp in either water based ink or pigment ink. I find that the pigment ink offers a richer colour.

Here are some more examples for you to browse:

DP-backed Chipboard



Bling Chipboard (faux metal ring)



Stickles and Chipboard



Chipboard Ribbon Ring (ring created using Cuttlebug (Provo Craft) die)



Embossing on Chipboard (If I was to repeat this one, I would stick with 4 grasshoppers *lol* and emboss white over top of the inked chipboard) I am not particularly happy with this sample so you may see it updated later today *lol* The point was though to show you the possibility with embossing on chipboard.



Chipboard Big Clippie



Because I love to stamp and you do too!
Alli

4 comments:

Cafe Ink said...

Thank you so much for these tutorials. I haven't broken my Cuddlebug out of the box yet. Now I know I need t once I get home from work tonight.

Thanks
CHarmaine G

chelemom said...

How cute! Love all your ideas!

Karen said...

These are great ideas Alli, I can't wait to see what you do to them. I have a question though, do you adhere dp or do the stamping before cutting the image?

Stefanie said...

What great ideas! Thanks so much for sharing. Also wanted to let you know that I tagged you today on my blog.