At the request of a member of my ScrapperCreations list, I am posting photos that show how chipboard cut with a cutter can be used and what you can do to the pieces to use them in projects.
I glued paper on after cutting out the chipboard, filed the edges, inked the edges, ran the piece through my Cuttlebug with an embossing folder and covered it with Crackle Accents. I spread the Crackle Accents with my finger and let the piece dry overnight.
I used the same techniques for this piece and the next piece.
I don’t remember the name of the paper collection, but it was by Fancy Pants.
Note that the scalloped piece was cut from recycled plastic packaging and I cut the same shape from matching paper and put it beneath the clear plastic. You can see some white swirls next to the heart — these are white Staz-On ink stamped on the plastic.
The smaller blue and red hearts and I Love You are rub-ons. I dressed up the letters a bit by doodling dots with my white gel pen.
This project was a special Valentine’s card I made for my husband.