Make your own: Chipboard Accents
Chipboard is so popular right now! By making your own chipboard accents, you can add a custom look to any scrapbook page. Follow the easy steps to make your own chipboard accent" Elsie Flannigan 1.Draw or trace a shape on plain chipboard 2.Cut the accent out with scissors or a craft knife. 3.Paint the accent a fun colour 4.Try buttons, flowers, stickers, jewels...anything that appeals to you.
I've cut chipboard into a curved arrow, coloured it using VersaColor ink in Orange and Canary, heat embossed it with clear powder and added flower transfers.
I've also used:
DCWV Glitter Posies Textured Paper - Gigantic Paisley from Charmed
Yellow grosgrain ribbon from Dovecraft
Orange card (for the hidden journalling) from The Paper Cellar at Huntingdon Garden & Leisure
Saying "Each photograph is a story captured in a single moment" from elegantwordart2 and printed onto vellum
The photograph was taken during Easter week 2007, when my friend JoJo, her husband and little boy came over for a barbecue. The weather was so much nicer last year and we were able to sit outside and eat without getting too cold!