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Hello everyone! For today's Ways to Use It Challenge we're going to get creative with chipboard. Use chipboard to create a frame or embellishment for your card or project. What...you don't have chipboard...you can still play along. You may use the cardboard inserts from paper packs, a cereal box, or glue several layers of card stock together to create the same kind of dimension. So let the chipboard fall where it may...color it, sponge it, paint it, stamp on it, glitter it, or cover it with DP. I can't wait to see the many creative ways you will use chipboard!
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Challenges I participate in: Inspirational Challenge, Sketch Challenge, Inspirational Challenge, Free 4 All Challenge, Queen for the Day Challenge, Feature Stamper, Color Challenge, Ways to Use It, Try a New Technique and I am a proud Tea-Potter Challenge participant.
Made this card for my mom. Blank inside so she can write a note to whomever she sends it to. Covered the chipboard "I" with the floral print designer paper. Stamped the 'nboden' on a white oval & matted it on an orange scalloped oval to tie in with the orange flower. TFL!
Most of my chipboard has already been packed, but I think sometimes that makes creating easier for me.....less choices. I had the little lunchbox from Maya Road containing chipboard arrows, so this is what I came up with.