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Scrapbook.com - 12 x 12 Chipboard - 1X Heavy - 50pt - White 2 Side - 2 Sheets
Scrapbook.com - 12 x 12 Chipboard - 1X Heavy - 50pt - White 2 Side - 2 Sheets
Scrapbook.com - 12 x 12 Chipboard - 1X Heavy - 50pt - White 2 Side - 2 Sheets
Scrapbook.com - 12 x 12 Chipboard - 1X Heavy - 50pt - White 2 Side - 2 Sheets

Scrapbook.com - 12 x 12 Chipboard - 1X Heavy - 50pt - White 2 Side - 2 Sheets

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When regular cardstock just won't do, turn to Scrapbook.com's exclusive Chipboard to get you through! This heavy paperboard made of pressed fibers is the perfect thick medium for creating DIY journals, album covers, gift tags, home decor projects and more! You'll love the versatility of this thick chipboard!  Full Description & Details
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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 50pt thickness

Color: White

Size: 12” x 12”

Features:

  • 50pt thickness (approximately the thickness of a penny)
  • 1x heavy
  • Acid free
  • Lignon free
  • Archival

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:

  • Handmade album covers
  • DIY journals, notebooks, or planners
  • Custom photo frames and wall hangings
  • Magnets for your refrigerator
  • Ornaments for your Christmas tree
  • Extra thick and sturdy greeting cards
  • Mixed media projects
  • Homemade chipboard stickers and ephemera
  • Bound notebooks with the Cinch Bindery Tool (sold separately)

Want to see more sizes, colors, and thicknesses of chipboard sold at Scrapbook.com? Shop right here! We have the chipboard or book board solutions you need in black, white, and kraft for your next amazing creation!

This is a Scrapbook.com Exclusive product.

Number of pieces: 2

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  • Can you tell me the difference between 50pt. and 90pt. chipboard? I plan to use the 12x12 size as dividers in my verticle paper storage. Don't want them too thick, but sturdy enough to hold the weight of several papers as I thumb through them. Thanks!   By: mpittman (30-Mar-18) Helpful Question?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This question has been reported. Thank you!
    • I can’t give you an exact difference. But I can say that the 50pt is pretty sturdy. The 90pt is very thick. The 90 is great for signs or decorations. It’s hard to describe.

      I received both just today. The 50 had some damaged corners. The 90pt was perfect. Too thick to arrive with damaged corners.

      Here’s a good analogy. I took 25 pieces of various weight Reminisce Cardstock. I held a corner of the 50pt and placed the paper on the chipboard. It bounced on the opposite corner, but still held. I then did the same with the 90pt. It held very well, very little bouncing on opposite corner. So I suggest if you have chipboard, try that test. If it bounces some but still holds and you aren’t happy with it, go with 90. It it falls over and just want something slightly sturdier, go with 50pt. By: Furgie (17-Apr-18) Helpful Answer?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This Answer has been reported. Thank you!
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