Friday, October 7, 2016

Dog Chipboard Embellishments

Candy here and today I want to share with you a couple techniques to create beautiful dog chipboard embellishments for your projects.  I created this adorable dog scene using Want2Scrap's Dog Chipboard Embellishment, a Doghouse Chipboard Shape, and a Fence Chipboard Embellishment.

To create the the Doghouse, using a pencil I traced around the different sections of the Doghouse on the design paper and scissor cut out the sections. I adhered the design paper sections to the chipboard with Dries Clear Adhesive.  To get an even more precise edge I then used a nail file along the edges of the Chipboard Doghouse.  I sponged Old Paper Distress Ink along the edges and inside the opening of the Doghouse to create depth and shading.  I then adhered the striped beige design paper to the back of the Chipboard Doghouse to cover the opening.

I heat embossed the Chipboard Dog and Chipboard Fence.  Before I started I covered each piece with Gesso.  For the Chipboard Fence I covered it with Clear Emboss It Ink and then added Weathered White Embossing Powder.  I tapped off the excess and heat set it.  To create the Chipboard Dog I covered it in Tree Branch Wendy Vecchi Archival Ink and added the coordinating Tree Branch Embossing Powder.  I tapped of the excess and heat set it.  Embossing chipboard creates a beautifully covered surface.

This scene I created is now ready to be added to a scrapbook page!

Fore more creative projects, please visit my blog, Candy's Creations.  Have a great day!

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Gesso, Tim Holtz Distress Ink - Old Paper; Nail File, Inkssentials Emboss It Clear; Ranger Embossing Powder - Weathered White Antiquities; Wendy Vecchi Archival Ink - Tree Branch; Wendy Vecchi Embossing Powder - Tree Branch; Heat Gun

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