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Product Spotlight: Oct. 31 Chipboard Elements and Chipboard Banners

AmyPetermanFramed
Are you in the mood for Halloween, yet? It's only a little over a week away. Here's some Product Spotlight inpsiration using our Oct. 31 Chipboard Elements and Chipboard Banners, to get you ready to create during this spooky season.

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Bat Invasion by Kim Watson
Kim says, "Chipboard pieces are so great for layering, especially if you use an entire pack on one project mixed with patterned paper...KWatson+Bat invasion+cls#3

I added different heights of puff tape to the pieces giving the feeling of extra dimension & texture. Perfect for my 'batty' page."


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Halloween Frame by Yuki Shimada
Yuki says, "I made this frame using some Chipboard Elements and Chipboard Banners from the Oct.31 collection. They are really versatile. Not only for typical fun Halloween layouts but also for shabby chic ones. That’s why I love this collection so much!"

 

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Boo! Door Hanger by Katja Schneider
Katja explains. "For this Product Spotlight I've decided to make a Door Hanger for my daughter's room. I've used both, the Chipboard elements and Chipboard banners. The Banners were layered on top of each other, I love the dimension that can be achieved by layering chipboard. Don't forget to use the little embellishments that come in the banner package. Here I've used the little hearts. I also love the Chipboard elements, the hat is just too cute!"

 

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Lil Bit Spooky by Yuka Hino
Yuka sats, "Chipboard Elements added the feeling of vintage by cutting down with the sandpaper and jetting the mist. Moreover, I made a small banner by using the Chipboard Banners as a template. I am expressing depth in the layout by using them behind Chipboard Banners and doing masking. Chipboard is the best for the three-dimensional layout."


We hope you enjoyed these porjects today! Remember to head over to the PaperCrafts blog today to check out Besty Veldman's pumpkin project and leave a comment on that post for a chance to win our Summer's End collection.

AmyPeterman
-Amy Peterman

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