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rebecca keppel

Paint, ink, Stickles, crackle paint. I just love that chipboard is so easy to cover or looks great as is.

Heather Garl

I add to the chipboard in many ways, but the one I use the most is ink. To me it is the quickest way to go. I, also, love to add pattern paper and rough the edges. I'd like to try crackle paint on an upcoming project.


The two things I like to use on Chipboard the most are, DP (really dresses it up) and Glitter (what could be better then sparkle!)


I LOVE to ink mine! I have way too much fun combing colours and layers to get *just* the right shade!I really need to cover it with paper a little more often too!

Andrea MacDonald

I love raw chipboard! I have 12x12 sheets of it that I either cut up and make mini albums all decked out with paper, ink, glitter, stickles, paint. I also throw it in the Cricut and cut out any shape I desire. Sometimes if I'm feeling really earthy I just rough it up with sandpaper. I love chipboard!

Diana Albright

my favorite way to dress up raw chipboard is just painting it and maybe adding some distressing. i also like to cover it with patterned paper.

Kimberly Colliss

Wahooo MAYA ROAD & 3M. 2 of my favourites. I dress them up with paint, Distress them with ink, Cover them with paper or fabric, Deck them out with glitter and shhhhhh sometimes I leave them naked.

Julie O.

I'd have to say I'm quite addicted to glimmer mist right now!

Julie O.

I would add to have to add that I also LOVE my Maya Mist. I just don't have as much of a variety but either one works fantastic on raw chipboard!

Heather Hopkins

I love to colour my raw chipboard with ink then rub it down with a glue pad and sprinkle it with clear glitter. The scrolls look especially pretty with this technique.


I like to use acrylic paints or distress inks on my pieces...but sometimes I cover them with patterned paper - depends on my mood I think.


The better question would be, How DON'T I dress it up. Ink, paint, glitter, paper, ribbon, crackle paint....you name it. A great go-to in my stash.


Yeah Marissa! Congrats!

Hmm Chipboard... I have alter it a lot of different ways but have to say I love crackle paint on it or totally covered in glitter!

Jennifer D

I learnt a really great technique for raw chipboard that I thought was really cool. Paint the chipboard with a desired color acrylic paint and then take some loose glitter or flock and sprinkle it all over while the paint is still wet. When you are done you have a unique embellish. It is so cool!


I like spraying mists on my naked chipboard because it's quick, looks lovely & you can still see some of the original color through it.

Love 3M adhesives, my current bottle is so nearly empty so it would be great to win some :)


I love to paint the chipboard with acrylic and then stamp on it with a background stamp, dress it up with glitter, or cover with a great background paper. Sometimes it's great to just use it as is though (also quicker when time is an issue!) Thanks for the give away, crossing my fingers and toes.


chipboard + glue + glitter = :)


I use paint, glitter, stamps, embossing powder, whatever strikes my fancy in the moment.

Lorraine M.

I dress up my chipboard with paint, ink, glimmer mist, ribbon, rub ons - wait!Pretty much everything goes on raw chipboard! LOL!


I love to use GLIMMER MIST on raw chipboard - it's so easy, and it gives a great look!


I'm enjoying working with chipboard...I really love painting and then using a crackle finish. I also love to paint and then make them really shiny with a gloss covering. They really add pizzazz to a layout or card.

Savannah O'Gwynn

I use just about anything I can to dress them up--glitter, paint, ink, distressing and paper....Thanks for the chance to win!


I use chalk ink most of the time but sometimes I'll paint it or cover it in glossy accents and then microbeads.


I love to paint/ink them.


I'm a big fan of inking. I'm really looking forward to getting my hands on some Rock Candy Crackle Paint from Ranger to see what I can do with that.

Really like the adorable mitten album!

Thanks for the chance :)

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