I’ve been fascinated with chipboard since it first hit the crafting market. There is something about dimension on a project that makes me happy. It’s a great product to paint, cover with paper, glitter, ink…whatever. Recently it was suggested to me that I host another chipboard Ways to Use it Challenge. Great idea so here it is. Hope you can play along.
It’s always fun to create your own chipboard shapes using some chipboard and a die cutting machine. Craft-a-Board is a chipboard product that is thin enough to die cut and is actually a soft white color so that you can stamp right on it. For my project, I’ve die cut three butterflies from Craft-a-Board, stamped and inked them and lined them up over my stamped background. The background stamp is my new Life Scrapblock that was released by CHF a couple weeks ago.
Quick Tip: Make sure you use a permanent ink when spritzing with Glimmer Mist or a dye ink spray so that your ink doesn’t run. Here I’ve used Coffee Archival Ink by Ranger with my Glimmer Mist.
Supply List: Life Scrapblock by CHF, cardstock by Memory Box, Neenah Solar White cardstock, Craft-a-Board by Ellen Hutson LLC, Pearl Trinket Pins by Maya Road, Tiger Lily & Viva Pink Glimmer Mist by Tattered Angels, twine, dimensional foam adhesive, Memento Inks by Tsukineko