Hello and welcome to the Imaginarium designs blog.
Leonie with you today and I have my December creations to share with you,
each page incorporates several of our chipboard pieces. Being short of time in this busy month of December I chose two methods I like to use to transform chipboard that isn't too complicated or time consuming.
Treasure The Time by Leonie Neal-Dawson
For this first page I used various coloured versa mark ink cubes to transform these chipboard pieces. A few swipes and dabs with an ink cube and these chippies were ready to stick down on my page.
I think the brightly coloured chipboard makes a nice foil against the kraft base of this page. Inking is such a quick and easy way to transform your chipboard.
Treasure The Time
#wonderful by Leonie Neal-Dawson
On my second page I used distress paints to colour the chipboard pieces, choosing colours that are represented in the the patterned papers that I used from the Dear Lizzy Documentary range. Distress paints or intact any sort of paint dabbers always makes a quick easy transformation of your chipboard pieces.
I cut the 'bubbles' piece of chipboard in half and placed half on either side of my photograph.
I love these hand drawn leaves design, I placed several under each flower to create a more realistic flower bouquet.
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