For my first project I did a 12x12 layout. I had to create a sweet layout to match the wonderful photo of my daughter and her kitty. He really is Sweet As Honey.
I hope you save the innards of your chip board because they add a wonderful design element to your projects!! And if not, you can always purchase a pack of the various pieces where you find Blue Fern Studios chip board. I used gesso as a base, then used a crackle paint on top, then finished it with a glaze medium after the crackle dried.
I base coated all of my chip board peices with gesso and used 2 colors of glaze medium to color the pieces. After they were dry, I inked the outer edges slightly for dimension.
I used a couple of colors of glaze medium on the flower chip board and used a pearl pen to add the stamen in the middle.
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For my next project, I created a card. Sometimes simplicity brings out the beauty in a chip board piece. I didn't want the beauty of the bicycle shape to get lost, so I made it the star of the card.
All I did was heat embossed it using a fine black embossing powder. I used layers of paper to frame the piece. This card can be used for many occasions.
Thanks for visiting today and I cant wait to bring you my next Blue Fern Studios projects for December. Please visit us often here as the designers bring you inspiration day after day. You don't want to miss a thing!!