Friday, May 8, 2020

Chipboard Sympathy

I got into some serious fun playing with the new chipboard!

Here is the finished card:

I've said it before, I am a huge pet sympathy card sender.  Those 4-legged kids are very important to most us, and I feel their passing is worth recognizing.  That said, let's get on to the fun I had making this card!  For this card, I used the newly released Rainbow Bridge, and the fun Pawprints Chipboard.

See how shiny?  For the 3 kraft colored chips, I inked them with Versamark, and embossed with the Ultra Thick Embossing Enamel you see in the photo.  Once cooled, I did another layer the same way.  When it melts, it gives such a fun effect, all shiny and thick. [For once, my photo really shows the end result perfectly].  For the red one, I used the Ranger paint to paint the chipboard first, and then repeated the embossing steps.  I loved the end result of these paw hearts, and they helped me to make a fabulous sympathy card.

Have you ever created with chipboard?  It is really fun, and Michele has a released a great selection of shapes!

Don't forget, you can save 15% off your purchase if you use my code.

See you next time~

1 comment:

AndreaH said...

I kept reading 'The Red one's was done .... way. I kept on saying what Ted one are you on about. It took me about 10 minutes to work it out LOL 😀😀😂😍. FABULOUS card. X X X