Monday, October 11, 2010

Challenge #72 - Chipboard

After a month's hiatus we're back and ready to go!

For this challenge take some of that chipboard in your stash and alter it!
The prize for this challenge will be an assortment of chipboard goodies!


Kimmy

I altered my letters by covering them with Gesso and then sprinkling embossing powder on the wet paint. I didn't heat the embossing powder. For the border piece I glimmer misted, stamped & embossed, and added some clear crackle paint.

Deborah

I used a piece of grungeboard that had been embossed using a Tim Holtz alterations die, then stamped and heat embossed, then painted over with acrylic paint. Once the paint was tacky I wiped the piece with a slightly damp paper towel to remove paint from the heat embossed image.

Miwako

I use white chipboard alphabet for this title which was aleterd by my handwriting. Other printed chipboad of Fancy pants is so cute.


Helga


I used an assortment of chipboards in this layout. Some chipboards were just simply inked around the edges and some were painted then inked and then applied Glossy Accents.

3 comments:

Emeraldvalkyrie said...

here is an LO in which I took naked chipboard arrows and altered them with green ink. I used a white crayon to make a resist

http://clubcreatingkeepsakes.com/media/p/348999.aspx

Gracie Ann Tan said...

I altered the chipboard alphas in this layout using alcohol inks to give the chipboards a distressed look.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/30786541@N05/4910561638/

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I will try to do some of this..I think its really nice..
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