Chipboard Decorations

I have been creating collage panels with my many gel prints lately, most for Christmas cards. The striped and patchworked collages looked so pretty I decided to try the process on Grafix chipboard.

I collaged on both sides and love the way they turned out. I made a video of the process then made more chipboard decorations in different colours.

I used a serious chipboard cutting die to cut the ornaments. It is from Sizzix and I was pleased to see how clean the cuts were. If you have a digital cutting machine you would be able to cut the chipboard into any number of shapes.

After cutting out the shapes I used a gold gel pen to add stitching lines and gold paint to coat the edges. A crop-a-dile made quick work of punching holes so I could add ribbon to the shapes.

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3 Comments on “Chipboard Decorations”

  1. Lagene says:

    Awesome ornaments, thanks for the video!!

  2. nancystiz says:

    How fun these are! They look amazing too especially with the faux stitching. That was a nice touch. A great way to us background I probably would not use.

  3. Pat says:

    These loo beautiful and the different colour gelli plate strips work well Heather, and love the added stitching and lines using the gold pen which finishes them so prettily. x


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