Out of all the chipboard that I have purchased these are some of my favourites. The shapes are perfect and this package goes a long long way. I've painted them, inked them, covered them in pattern paper, cut them with my exacto knife to change the shape as necessary.... great bang for your buck!! I've even used the negative shape to trace & make more chipboard elements.
Used in this project: He will always walk beside you
I'm a big fan of chipboard elements and these are no exception!! I love to use them as frames for photos as flourishes with flowers, you can paint them, add glitter or even use them as templates on patterned paper, and one package goes a long way....I've done quite a few layouts with these and still have lots of pieces to use! I'd definately recommend them!
Used in this project: It's How I Roll
Love the variety of chipboard... great flourishes and designs in it. chipboard is easy to work with, comes in a nice pack that is easy to get out of and not break on you. easy to paint, add glitter or anything you want to it. love it , you have to get it!
Used in this project: brothers
This chipboard is really great! You can go either ultra fancy or mild depending on how you want to go, it's up to you! I like that nothing seems to go to waste, everything is usable and you can use them as templates when you are done punching them out.
Used in this project: "In The Arms Of An Angel"
These designs work beautifully with all layouts! They are easily painted with acryllic paints and also look great covered with patterned paper. They add the perfect "punch" to my layouts. They are so versatile.
Used in this project: Childhood Memories
I was so excited to get these, but was disappointed. They work great if you want to paint them, but adhering them to patterned paper and trying to cut around them is impossible. It ends up torn and ratty. I tried cutting around them with a craft knife and scissors, but it doesn't turn out good. The shapes are too intricate and small to be able to cut around. If you are looking for something to paint, leave bare, or stamp these would work good. But unless you are a pro at craft knife, I wouldn't recommend getting these to adhere patterned paper to.
Used in this project: I heart you
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