Product Focus #28: Chipboard Scrapbooking Products

Welcome to this week's Product Focus. In these weekly blog posts, I'll share scrapbooking supplies or a product trend I'm particularly drawn to, and then I'll share some ways you can use the products in several project samples. I'll discuss tips and tricks for using the products, share some of my favorite products from that product line, and then I'll open it up for any questions you might have. I'd also love to hear your reviews or uses for the product type I focus on each week. This is a chance for you to pull out products you already own and play with them or for you to discover new products you might not yet have tried. 

This week I wanted to share some ways you can use chipboard elements on your layouts. Chipboard elements come in raw form, meaning you can paint, ink or alter them how you'd like. But they also come as stickers or pieces already decorated that you can easily stick on your layouts. They are thin in nature and don't add a lot of bulk to your projects, but they are also dimensional and add depth to your projects as well.

Here are some items I would consider when looking through your stash for chipboard products.  If you don't already have items like these, consider adding some of them to your cart the next time you shop at 2Peas. You can search by "CHIPBOARD" in the 2Peas store to find additional ideas.

Below you will find a gallery of projects that include chipboard products.

Idea #1: Create a border or scene with the elements.

Source: 2Peas

This projects was part of my 2Peas "Memory Keeping Monday" series. You can watch the start-to-finish video HERE or below.

Idea #2: Layer Items Together.

Source: Two Peas

Idea #3: Create a grid with chipboard frames.

Source: Two Peas

Additional methods to consider include altering raw chipboard with stamps, or framing photos with chipboard frames. Chipboard is so readily available that you can choose whatever you'd like for this product type. Do you have a favorite way to incorporate these items into your layouts? I'd love to hear how in the comments section below. 

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