Tuesday, September 6, 2011

Chipboard feature

Over at Practical Scrappers they had a feature on using chipboard on cards. Here are a couple of cards I made using Tim Holtz Grungeboard flourishes and letters sprayed with Adirondak Color Wash in "Meadow" then rubbed with Ranger Perfect Pearls in "Green Patina". On the base of the second one, I used the negative of the grungeboard and stenciled Tim Holtz Distress Ink in "Vintage Photo" through it. The three square motifs on the second one are the pictures of the paper samples off the back of the TH Idea-ology paper pack. Hop on over to Practical Scrappers to check out the other designers chipboard projects. The next challenge is a color challenge. Why not give it a go and submit your project to: practicalscrapperslayouts@gmail.com 
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4 comments:

Carolina said...

Love your cards, Teresa, the muted colours with some special touches have a great effect! I have been following your blog for some time now. Thanks for taking part in my giveaway!!!

Robin said...

Simply gorgeous!!

Sharon (Fritchey) said...

Teresa, your cards are lovely! I really like how you misted them and used the chipboard! Beautiful!!!!!

Marjie Kemper said...

Love these, Teresa, especially the color wash one. Beautiful!