Friday, June 14, 2013

Scrapping Outback: Chime in with Chipboard Blog Hop


Welcome to the
“Chime In With Chipboard” Blog Hop!



If you arrived here from Kim’s blog
You are on the right track! You are now at Trudi’s blog!

We are hopping from blog to blog to learn all about chipboard and to get inspired with awesome tutorials and layouts loaded with chippies!

So let’s start with a tutorial:

This is one way which I really like to alter chipboard. It's great for adding texture and interest and the colours can easily be altered to suit any project. 

Today I thought a little something more on the grungy side would be a nice effect to show you.
You will need the following: 
Ink - I used VersaMagic Oasis Green  and Prima Brick Wall
Distress Stain - I used Peacock Feathers
Distress Paint Tarnished Brass or Aidrondack Metallic Gold Paint Dabber
Twinklets Diamond Dust
Heidi Swapp Color Shine - I used Georgia Peach
Clear Drying Glue

I am showing this technique using Twiddleybitz Chipboard BOR009 Flourish Spray Border.  

Dab Oasis Green Ink over the chipboard piece and allow to dry.
Go over the piece with Peacock Feathers Distress Stain. You may like to give the piece a couple of applications depending on the depth of colour. 

Randomly dab Brick Wall ink over the piece and allow to dry.

Apply some wet clear drying glue over some of the areas. Sprinkle with diamond dust. Tap off the access and allow to dry.
**Improvise with chunky glitter if you don't have diamond dust**
 Spray over the applied diamond dust with color spray and allow to dry. A couple of applications may be needed again depending on the depth you want to achieve.


Dab a little Tarnished Brass Distress Paint around the edges and randomly over the top. Metallic gold paint also looks terrific.
Dab a little more Peacock Feathers Distress Stain over some of the diamond dust.

 Your piece is now ready to be incorporated into your crafting project.

Now for a project share showing a similar effect which I have done on a Twiddleybitz Diamond Multi Photo Overlay: 
Try adding a little embossed detail- a texture stamp, Versmark, heat gun and copper UTEE Embossing Powder will achieve a similar effect. Do any embossing before adding the diamond dust and color spray.

Our fabulous sponsors are donating beautiful prize packs!





Scrapping Outback is also giving away one goodies package to one lucky winner chosen from those who survived the hop.

All you have to do is become a follower of the Scrapping Outback Blog and “like us”on Facebook, as well as visit each participating blog, become of follower of those blogs and leave a comment.

The blog hop order:
Trudi Harrison - You Are Here
Julie Hill 

When you have visited everyone return to the Scrapping Outback blog and leave us a comment letting us know how much fun you had!

If you post about this blog hop on your own blog you will be entered into the drawing twice for an extra chance to win!

There is an extra chance to win a prize, we have a mini challenge.
Use one chipboard technique (or more J) on a project for your chance to win a prize, all you have to do is link your project (it can be anything card, tag, layout etc.) to Mister Linky in the sidebar on Scrapping Outback blog. Make sure you give credit to Scrapping Outback! You have one week to complete this challenge,
it is due Sunday 23rd of June 2013 11.59 pm (Australian Time).

We are sure you will be inspired by our talented design team
There is a lot to learn and there are lots of goodies to win and you won’t want to miss out! The blog hop is open to all,
prizes will be shipped to Australian residents only.
The hop will start on Friday 14th of June 2013 at 6 pm and you have until Sunday 16th of June 2013 6 pm to complete the hop.

The winners of the blog hop will be announced on the Scrapping Outback blog on
Tuesday 18th of June.
Be sure to check back on that day to see if you have won…

Now, I am also offering a fabulous TWIDDLEYBITZ chipboard pack for a lucky blog hopper. So make sure you leave me a comment so I can put you in the draw.

Your next stop is the amazing JULIE HILL
Thanks so much for hopping by



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