Grungeboard ROCKS!!!! Just purchased the Harlequin Grungeboard the other day and LOVE it!!! This is a bendable/pliable material....not stiff like chipboard so it doesn't break or crack. You can paint it & ink it ...(not sure what else since I just got it). I'm so excited to see what others create with this! The embossed patterns are awesome and the textures look so amazing when inked or painted!!! You can also cut this stuff with scissors!! Why would I cut this you ask???? Well, the little scraps in between each die cut letter is large enough to cut out a flower petal, or a holly leaf, etc. Hopefully I'll finish the layout soon & post it. I was a bit hesitant to spend more money for more alphas, but so glad I did!!!! I just love this stuff!!! I would highly recommend this product anyone!! Thank you SB.com for carrying such an amazing array of supplies!!
if you say Tim Holtz I'll say I'll take it, I love this stuff, (love it sooooo much I dont want to use it) but this pack really gives you more bang for your scrapping buck. I still have many many pieces left ofer in this pack, and with it being grunge board I can do just about anything with it along with the other Tim Holtz products it rocks in my book get you a package and you will see what I mean
I can't get enough Grungeboard. I've been using it for my 12 days of Christmas book. GB takes to ink, embossing powders, or anyting you can throw at it. It adheres great to my scrapbook pages and using the different letters gives me that real "fun" look on my pages. Order soon or I'll buy them all!!!
Used in this : 9 Ladies Dancing *
This is really a bargain because there are so many of each letter in the package. I used the largest letter for the first letter of my title and smaller letters for the rest with pictures above and below the smaller letters. Made a great layout. I can't wait to use them some more!
LOVE LOVE LOVE this product. Inked the letters as shown on Utube with Tim. Did an album on Lake Powell, using the faded jeans color on water, and fired brick for the colors around the famous Rainbow Bridge. So easy to work with the grungeboard.
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