If you're like me, you have jars and jars of buttons gathering dust, so that's what I decided I'd use with this chipboard element. One of the wonderful things about 2Crafty Chipboard is that you can cut it and use parts of it, so that a single piece can go a long way. I scrap 8 x 8, so this feature makes it easy to tailor the chipboard to my smaller-sized pages.
I painted the chipboard with white acrylic paint. I love the look of white on white.
I adore the font of the Happy Loopy Font word--so fun and fanciful!
I used a couple of arrows from the Assorted Arrows Set to hold the beginning of my title. This is an awesome set to have, you get 30 chipboard arrows on one sheet!
I used some 2Crafty Chipboard on some other projects I recently made, which you might have seen on my blog. Here's a page I made for CSI: Color, Stories, Inspiration, using this Case File.
and this Creative Scrappers sketch:
I used an arrow from the Assorted Arrows Set. I used white embossing powder to give it a textured look.
On the quadrant below, I used pieces from Gears and Giant Gears. I painted the red and blue gears to match my palette and used clear embossing powder. The gold one was coated with American Crafts Zing gold embossing powder, which gave it a perfect glittery finish to match the letters I used on my layout.
The "Hey You" speech bubble is from the Word Bubble set, which comes with six fun pieces. I used yellow embossing powder on this piece.
I chose to use the chipboard raw on the following page, which I also made for CSI:
I coated the chipboard with copper colored embossing powder to give it a great shiny, textured look.