Tutorial Tuesday: Chipboard Dimension

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This week’s tutorial explores one, of the many, creative ways to enhance the look of your chipboard.  By using an embossing folder, a flat piece of chipboard is transformed into a unique three dimension embellishment.  There are various ways to colour chipboard; today’s tutorial will show how to use Adirondack’s paint dauber.

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Supplies:

Cuttlebug and embossing folder

Paint dauber, ink or acrylic paint

Sponge

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Run chipboard through Cuttlebug.

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Paint or sponge colour onto chipboard.

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Close up view of embossing results.

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There are so many ways to create fun chipboard.  Try it out today!

Chipboard and Embossing Projects

Maya Road’s Embossing Tutorial

Clear Scraps Blog Acrylic Album

pamelacy’s Embossing Tutorial

The Inspired Scrapper describes ways to decorate chipboard

Mel Stampz embosses vellum

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Posted on : Apr 21 2009
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5 People have left comments on this post

Apr 21, 2009 - 05:04:35
Kim H said:

Super duper fun tutorial! I am always forgetting I have those daubers! I need to get them out! Gorgoeus card!

Apr 21, 2009 - 05:04:00
Manna said:

Pretty nifty tutorial! Didn’t know chipboard can be embossed so well 🙂 Thanks!

Apr 21, 2009 - 08:04:16
beth said:

OOOH I like Beth can’t wait to give it a try tomorrow love your card and the butterfly is gorgeous.

Apr 22, 2009 - 10:04:22
Jennifer E. said:

Great idea! I never thought to use chipboard in my CB–what stacking recipe did you use? Thanks for the idea!

Apr 22, 2009 - 05:04:42
Chris said:

Hi Beth, I love your tutorial, I haven’t tried embossing chipboard and it looks like a great effect, love the card you made. Chris 🙂


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