How to Cover Chipboard Embellishments with Patterned Paper
For some, the thought of cutting paper exactly to fit the shape of lettering and other embellishments seems too difficult. The fear of what the item would look like after the cutting, gluing and shaping the tedious paper pieces makes some scrappers shy away from customizing embellishments for their scrapbooking projects. They can envision what they want the page to look like, but they just can’t get the desired look.
See how Michelle Lindenmayer of scrapbook.tv easily covers letters with patterned paper. Sometimes the odd shapes of letters creates problems with cutting, but Michelle shows how it’s done. Having the correct tools, as with any job, makes all the difference. Having the right cutting tools and adhesives makes the difference between a project looking satisfactory or looking great!
Don’t hesitate when your creativity is screaming out for a particular patterned component for your pages. Her methods are versatile and can be used on any chipboard that needs covering. Total coordination of your pages and embellishments will be possible by adding these ideas and giving them a special touch that will set your creations apart from the rest.
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