1. Create layouts, cards or projects using CHIPBOARD DIECUTS OR LETTERS. It can be raw, painted, printed diecuts from companies like My Mind's Eye or Basic Grey, Alphas from American Crafts, shapes diecut on a Sizzix or Big Shot–anything made from chipboard.
2. Upload your layouts, cards or projects that you created featuring CHIPBOARD DIECUTS OR LETTERS to an online gallery or your blog (please link back to my blog to this challenge if you like).
3. Post a link to your layouts, cards or projects on this blog post using Mr Linky (it will show up at the bottom of this blog post) by Saturday February 6, 2010 by Midnight PST.
If you don't get your layout or project done in time, you can still do it. The goal is to get something done using the supplies you already have.
Each time you post a comment with a link to your project you will be entered to win so make sure you post each project or layout separately. The first prize is a $100 gift cert to my etsy shop Hydrangea Hippo, with more prizes to come! Here's a little more inspiration for you on the topic of chipboard:
Show me what you got, your ideas for using chipboard, your cool chipboard shapes and letters you've been hoarding, whatever. You don't have to use alot of chipboard on one page, just use it somewhere, even if it is just a title.
Try out the HOW MUCH IS TOO MUCH CHALLENGE this week–use unopened packages of embellies on your page!
I hope you'll join me for this fun adventure. Here's to getting lots of layouts done, using our stash, and making room for new goodies!!
One thought on “10 Supplies Challenge #2: Chipboard”
I use three chipboard embellishments at the bottom of my layout. I HAD to have those little animals and have rarely used them.