Saturday, June 24, 2017

Chipboard Diecuts

Hi crafters!  Today I am going to show you how to use your diecuts to make a chipboard piece.   I used Electric Guitar TUTTI-337 as an example.

I die cut a total of 10 images and used some spray glue to piece them all together since the die has some intricate pieces.  This way I am sure to get adhesive everywhere without missing any key part.
I then diecut another layer using patterned paper to serve as a sort of overlay.  I laid it against some white cardstock so the intricate cuts would show through clearly. 
(as seen above)

I hope everyone enjoyed my tips and thanks for stopping by and I have provided additional Tutti Designs links for your convenience!

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  1. Looooove that Electric Guitar, it's so detailed! It's fun making chipboard accents from dies. You have done a wonderful job with this one! Perfect Designer Papers and I love your wonky panel and design!

  2. What a FABULOUS idea Monica ... thanks for the how-to's! I think I will try this for my SIL's birthday. He has a 'LessPaul' guitar that is lime green ... that would look cool on his card. Thanks for the inspiration!

  3. Great idea Monica and fab result! Love the layout of this card and cool papers you used.