As you know we’ve had a promotion on our chipboard for a few weeks. You can check out the details here. I’ve been meaning to put up some tutorials on how to use chipboard and am now just getting around to it. As a scrapbooker, I LOVE chipboard. It’s so much fun – there are so many different shapes out there and techniques that you can do with it. It really is a very versatile product.
Now you are ready to apply your ink. As long as your ink pad is well inked, you just need to gently rub the pad across the chipboard and the ink will transfer. Here is a photo of it completely covered and still wet. It will take some time to dry. You can use your heat tool to speed up drying time but I find it alters the color of the ink so I avoid doing that.Now you are ready to finish your project! Here I’ve used Perennial Favorites, which fits perfectly in the four circles. I hope you learned a thing or two and remember to check back tomorrow for how to cover your chipboard with designer series paper. Remember to check out pages 178 and 179 and get your chipboard at 25% off with your qualifying order. There’s only a few days left!Until next time,SherrySupplies: Perennial Favorites and Take Three stamp sets; More Mustard, Very Vanilla and Chocolate Chip cardstock; Mustard ribbon; Garden Green Craft Ink; Chocolate Chip, More Mustard, Ruby Red, Really Rust and Not Quite Navy Classic inks; chipboard piece from SU!’s On Board Accents.