Friday, May 13, 2016

Three pages to share using Imaginarium Designs Chipboard

Hello, today I am sharing 3 pages with you all featuring Imaginarium designs chipboard. I have been having lots of fun creating with ID chipboard and I'm starting to get my own flow on how I like to use it. I  like it to be simple and quick. I like the natural color of the actual chipboard because  grey is one of my favorite colors. You will notice I like to use it in its natural raw form. You don't always have to think about going to great lengths in changing the color.  However changing the color can be quick and simple, using inks and distress stains. 
Ok lets have a look at my pages.

 This first page I kept the chipboard in its natural color against the  watercolor background. I love how it pops. I used lots of bits and pieces and used them in a confetti manner. I used a butterfly folded in half and adhere this to the horse for wings. A playful whimsical  element that suits my girl. I wrapped some cotton around the balloon too. 

"Hello Wonderful"














  
This next page  I colored the chipboard pieces using a white distress stain. I add a few raw pieces of tiny shaped chipboard for detail. Both the words that I used were attached to other words. Don't be afraid to cut into the phases and create your own.

"Your Beautiful"








And this last page is also a mixture of colored and raw chipboard. I really loved the square borders and used two sizes. I highlighted areas on the photo with them. I trim one of the smaller square borders so that I could layer it under the photo matt. I want to continue the border flow from the photo. And added tiny ID shapes to some of the bubble square for extra detail.














Thanks for popping by today... look forward to sharing some more with you all.

7 comments:

  1. You really have a knack for placing the chipboard in the perfect place! ALl three of these layouts are stunning! I agree that the chipboard can be beautiful in it's natural state but sometimes a touch of color adds that little pop that makes the difference in a photo! TFS!

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    1. Meant to say in a project not photo! LOL

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    2. Thank you...and yes colour does add pop... cant wait to share the next round as i've been inking up my chippy.

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  2. Loving all this
    chipboard used
    on these lovely
    layouts!
    Carla from Utah

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