Chipboard – adding dimension

Hi Tracy G here with my monthly blog post.
 I love to add layers and depth to my layouts, so this month I going to show you how I’ve used some of the sheets of chipboard from the shop to add a bit of dimension to my layouts, as well as using some of it to make an embellishment for a card.

For my first layout I used the chipboard to make frames for my photos. I simply cut 4 rectangles measuring 3.75″x5″.  This was the ideal size for my frames as I had printed two photos on a 4″x6″ with a border.

All the papers I’ve used on this page are from the Fancy Pants Designs – The Good Life 6 x 6 pad.
This is a very simple page which tells the story through the photos.

On my next layout I used the chipboard  to make dimensional embellishments, and also mounted my photo onto it, to add depth.
As this layout will eventually go into my Niece’s wedding album, I felt  there wasn’t really any need for a title.

 The hearts are cut with a die, once from chipboard and then from paper to cover the chipboard.

The circle was cut using a die, then coloured with ink and stamped on.

Finally I made this flower using the Tim Holtz – Tattered florals die,  which I coloured  with ink and added Liquid Pearls – Onyx Pearl to the centre. The butterfly was also cut using a die and painted with Liquid Pearls.
I hope I’ve inspired you to use some chipboard on your pages. As usual all the products I’ve used are linked at the bottom.

By opting in, you agree to receive marketing emails from Hey Little Magpie. We won't spam or share your details, and you can unsubscribe at any time. Data is stored and processed in accordance with our privacy policy.