Title from the ArtBooking Cartridge, RDS 3.75", page 78.
Haven't decided on the right pictures for this side. They layouts are the extra suggested layout in your kit instructions.
And while the Chalk it up paper is great - that's not what I'm so excited about on these pages. See the hexagon embellishments? I did that! And so can you. I covered one with Lagoon Heart washi tape. The small ones are retired resist chipboard that you just sponge regular ink on, then wipe with a paper towel.
But that plain white chipboard you have stashed away can be turned into a great embellishment with the pigment inks and even greater now that the gold embossing powder is back. Just a few simple steps and you can color co-ordinate your chipboard to match whatever paper you are using!
First select your chipboard, your colored pigment ink, along with gold (or silver) and clear embossing powder. I stamped the little heart with black ink.
I just took the little pigment squares and dabbed them on the chipboard until I got the coverage I wanted.
new All-Purpose mat. Let the powder set for just a minute, then pick up the chipboard and bump the extra embossing powder off. Wipe the excess off your mat and into the garbage or back into your jars. Use your paper piercing tool to hold the chipboard down while you blow dry it with the Craft Heater. Much better than getting your fingers in the way or blowing the little piece across the table (she says rolling her eyes, like that would never happen to her).
Such an easy way to add a lot of color and shine to a plain little piece of chipboard. Give it a try!