From Practical Scrappers
Chipboard is a fun and diverse embellishment to use on scrapbook layouts and cards. Today we explore ten different ways you can use chipboard…some of these will really blow you away!
1. Use the chipboard base on your layouts
Practical Scrapper Ann used the chipboard frame left over from using the chipboard hearts as a base for her scrapbook layout, layering scraps of patterned paper under the hearts.
Practical Scrapper Christa used the chipboard circle as a base and wrapped Twinery twine around it to create the base of her sunshine element.
3. Cover it with nail varnish
Practical Scrapper Caz Likes to use chipboard on cards, for this one she covered in with nail varnish and then glitter.
4. Use it to mat your photo
Practical Scrapper Brenda took the chipboard backing from a package of buttons, covered it with paper, and used it behind her photo. She also used blue and white mists to add color to a chipboard border strip on this scrapbook layout.
5. Add patterned paper to create a unique embellishment
Practical Scrapper Jayma added patterned paper to a plain white chipboard star to create her own embellishment.
6. Use miscellaneous pieces to create a banner
Practical Scrapper Charity used chipboard to create a banner for her scrapbook layout, inspired by a Scrapbook Steals sketch.
7. Use puzzle pieces as an embellishment
9. Stamp on your chipboard and emboss it
Practical Scrapper Danielle used a chipboard bird to add a bit of detail to her scrapbook layout. She stamped the bird with some Versamark, then sprinkled Zing Embossing Power – Gold Glitter, then heated it up with her embossing gun.
1O. Cover chipboard with microbeads
Practical Scrapper Liz Chidester created this card. She painted the chipboard letters black and then covered them with black micro beads for a fun texture.