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If you're searching for something thicker than cardstock, you've come to the right place! So, what exactly is chipboard? Chipboard is a non-corrugated cardboard made of recycled paper and pressed fibers to be strong and heavy.
This makes chipboard the ideal material for things like journal covers, album covers, gift tags, photo frames, home decor, and so much more! Cut it, ink it, glue it, stamp on it, paint it, or do whatever else your imagination can think of!
Contents: Two chipboard sheets with 52pt thickness
Size: 8.5” x 11”
Chipboard is an absolute staple material in your craft supplies. Don't mess around with gluing multiple sheets of cardstock together for stability when one sheet of thick chipboard will do. You'll be amazed at how sturdy and versatile this simple supply is in all your crafting!
What can you make with your Chipboard:
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Number of pieces: 2
I wanted this to use as a mounting board for dies. The size works well to add a magnetic sheet to hold my dies.
I like this chipboard for many reasons. I use it to back cards to give stability and added dimension, I cut it up and use it as dividers to separate my stamp categories, and I also use it to die cut alphas. I stack a couple of them to make dimensional words/titles on my cards and layouts. It’s a great product and I’m glad Scrapbook.com sells it.
Using to make covers for books. Works well.
this is perfect for making memory books
I used this chipboard to create books with my We R Memory Keepers Cinch. Chipboard is not very heavy but worked with the project I used.
Chipboard is great for adding Dimensions to your stickers or pictures. This one is a little bit thicker than I thought. So I will drop down to the previous size. But it still brought on a level of height which is what I needed.
Will be using for junk journal spines. Should be fine. Weight is similar to backing on drawing/watercolor pads.
Heavy duty chipboard great with self adhesive magnetic sheets for storage of metal dies.
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