I'd love to see what you can do with onboard chipboard especially as you can buy it 25%cheaper during March 2009. Contact me to place an order and receive free shipping on your first order of £50 or more during March. Here are some of my cards made using the die-cut shapes.
I've used chipboard and coloured it by pressing it onto an ink pad or colouring it with Stampin'Up!'s fabulous markers. I've then stamped on the petals in the same colour just to give some texture to my petals and I've drawn by hand veins onto the leaf. The cute ladybug is from the Garden Whimsy set and the stem is oddly enough from Stem Sayings. Below I've shown how you can adhere Designer Series paper to the die cut chipboard to add dimension to a card and introduce pattern and colour. With the first card I used the chipboard stencil that was left once I took the die-cuts out to stencil with markers onto the background. The 'hello' frame is from the Hodgepodge Hardware accent tin.