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Product Spotlight: Chipboard Alphas



This week we are spotlighting our brand new printed, self-adhesive Chipboard Alphas. These alphas are 3/4" tall and come in several great colors that coordinate with not only our new collections but many of our previously released ones as well! They also work beautifully in combination with our Alpha Stickers!

Chip alphas
Take a look at how three of our Pocket Chicks used these fun chipboard alphas!


I Love Her by Allison Landy
Allison says, "Chipboard alphas are some of my all-time favorite products to use on a layout. For my 'I Love Her...' layout, I didn't have the exact right color alphas that I wanted. So, I took my spray mist and painted them to better match the look I wanted. Since the colors weren't quite the same as in the papers, I added some white mist on top of the yellow and then wiped the white off (and it also took off some of the yellow underneath).


This gave me just the look I was going for. I then mixed my chipboard alphas with the pre-printed words on the To the Moon Strips patterned paper for the perfect title. Try mixing your alphas with pre-printed titles today!"


First Day in the 1st Grade by Amy Peterman
Amy says, “Since these photos are of my daughter’s first day of school, I decided to use the entire alphabet on my  layout ... but, because I love these letters so much, there were a few letters I had already used up. So, I painted a black background to put the chipboard letters on and then I wrote in my own e, s, and y, using a white colored pencil. I love the chalkboard look of the white on black.”

Greta Hammond Chipboard alphas
Beach Therapy by Greta Hammond
Greta says, "I tried to make the chipboard alphas a bit of a focal point so I used them in bulk for my title! I kept the title block simple and linear to show them off without being overwhelming."

Thanks for stopping by today! Be sure to come back on Friday for a post from our very first Guest Blogger, Davinie Fiero!

-Cindy Tobey

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