Join us once a month for Chip Nights (chipboard that is!) Explore a variety of mediums and techniques to apply to your chipboard embellishments.
This Friday we are pulling out the paint! Dylusions paint in a variety of colours will be out and open for you to FREELY use on any of the chipboard pieces you purchase during this event.
We supply: -Dylusions Paint - sponge applicators - gloves
You choose and purchase the chipboard items of your choice, then join us at the paint table and add a variety of colours to your favourite chippy pieces.
No experience needed. Are you looking to add breadth and interest to your scrapbooks, journal pages, and three-dimensional projects? Chipboard is a highly versatile medium that has a smooth surface ready for paint or other textures to be applied. Chipboard can take your craft beyond ordinary.
Here are some of the great looking pieces that the ladies painted tonight...
Special thanks to Joy, Rena, and Denice for letting us share their creative painting with all of you.
Watch for our next Chip Night in September.
No need to register, just stop by between 6-8pm on Chip Nights.
If you have done, or will be doing some camping or "Glamping", here is some inspiration from a project I was just having fun with.
Then I made use of the left over embellishments and papers by adding just a little more paper and made this You Are Sew Sweet project.
To create these projects I used:
I also used a few colours of cardstock. If you would like the exact matches, here they are:
So I actually did a few days of camping this summer. I did my last tenting about 6 years ago, and donated my air mattress at the end of that camping trip! Yeah, I decided never again would I sleep on the ground. lol. Well...never say never. There I was heading for a few nights in a tent, and anticipating aching bones. Andre, my Knight-In-Armour that he is had a solution. I will share this in case any of you are faced with tenting as well. So he bought me two air mattresses, yes 2! The bottom air mattress he fully inflated which kept me nicely off the ground and not feeling any pokes or bumps. Then on top of that he layered another air mattress, which was inflated just half way. With a little apprehension I gave it a try. Ok, seriously I was very apprehensive! To my surprise and delight I laid down onto a very comfy bed and fits around all the joints and bones like a comfy little nest. It actually rivals the comfort of my bed at home. Seriously, this was comfy sleeping! So there you have it. Some scrapbooking inspiration and a tip for sleeping on the ground. Acting homeless is not so bad after all 🙂