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1 Product, 2 Ways: Wave Searcher Chipboard Pieces

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I love finding creative ways to use scrapbooking product. The Wave Searcher Chipboard Pieces are great used simply they way they come. They are adhesive-backed and are a quick and easy way to spice up a layout or project. But, when I was asked to used this product for this 1 Product, 2 Ways post, I put my creative thinking cap on and tried some fun things with them.

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Front Yard Surf by Amy Peterman

This first project is a simple way to use the Chipboard Pieces as a "kicked up" embellishment. I punched holes into one of the arrow chipboard pieces, as well as a couple of the tiny flowers. I then threaded the little flowers onto the arrow with some jute. I like how they almost look like little "charms" and they add a fun dimension to the page as they dangle.

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I also applied some Wave Searcher Rub-ons onto and behind another one of the arrows. I love how rub-ons can go almost anywhere!

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Here's a couple more detail shots of my layout... Gosh, I love the Wave Searcher collection!

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The second way I used one of the Wave Searcher Chipboad Pieces was to create a tag for our family beach bag. I used a clear embossing powder to add a durable finish to this tag that will hopefully get lots of use this summer! :-)

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Beach Bag Tag by Amy Peterman

Fancy Pants Supples:
Wave Searcher: Chipboard Pieces
Wave Searcher: Shovel patterned paper
Wave Searcher: Glitter Cuts
Childish Things: Alpha Stickers
Wave Searcher: Ribbon and/or binder ring

other:
Beach Bag Tag Art download
watermark ink pad
clear embossing powder
heat tool
heavy duty hole punch

Instructions:
1. Download and print out the Beach Bag Tag Art onto the "B" side of the Wave Searcher: Shovel patterned paper. Apply Childish Things Alpha Stickers.

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2. Peel off backing on "Soak Up The Sun" Chipboard Piece and apply to patterned side of Shovel paper. Tip: Hold the Chipboard Piece behind the paper and up to the light for postitioning before sticking it in place.
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3. Trim away excess paper with a craft knife.
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4. Using a watermark stamp pad, stamp all over "back side" of your tag, to completely cover in ink.
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5. While the ink is still wet, cover with clear embossing powder and shake off excess.
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6. Using a heat tool, heat embossing powder until all is melted.
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I love the look this gives! It almost looks like beach glass—how perfect for a beach bag! ...And the clear finish will help protect it!
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7. For the "front side" of your tag, repeat steps 4-6, but while you are heating the embossing powder and before it cools, carefully press a few flowers from the Wave Searcher Glitter Cuts set into the melted powder.
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8. Punch a hole in one edn of your tag and attache to your beach bag with a binder ring or ribbon!

9. Enjoy your summer!

I hope you have enjoyed my take on using the Wave Searcher Chipboard Pieces. I hope I've inspired you. Have you ever come up with a creative way for using one of Fancy Pants Designs' products? Please post it on the Fancy Pants Designs Facebook Page. I'd love to see it!

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-Amy Peterman

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