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Old 09-27-2006, 02:37 PM   #1  
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Default Need some suggestions please; chipboard

I have customers that want me to hold a workshop on chipboard. Any suggestions of things we could do?
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No suggestions from me, but it seemed like the big thing from the convention was chipboard and all I have seen is a few cards using the monograms. How about other ideas with shapes etc.
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I did a cute mini book make and take at a LSS the other day. Take the chipboard, drill holes, cover the front and back with printed papers, cardstock for the pages, use ribbon or loose leaf clips to bind. Decorate/embellish as desired. We did lots of inking for a distressed look, using dye inks, pigment inks, stazon, Brilliance, etc. It was really neat to see the different types of inks in action.
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Check out Jenn Balcers gallery, she has some great samples. I think she did one or two tutorials on how to cover with paper.

At our group meeting we embossed with craft ink and clear ep, and then made a 6x6 page with the flower.

My SS sent this card to me....it is SO awesome in real life-
http:////www.splitcoaststampers.com/...00&ppuser=5347
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Here are a couple of awesome documents I found on SCS. Not sure where the original links are located. HTH!
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File Type: doc Chipboard - Getting on Board with Chipboard.doc (30.5 KB, 28 views)
File Type: doc Chip board uses.doc (24.0 KB, 23 views)
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