10 June 2009

Altered Chipboard Letters

June 10, 2009

Here are the letters I'll be showing you how to make....

Start with any chipboard letter you choose, a piece of paper you want to cover the new letter, glue, scissors, xacto knife, sand paper, crop a dile or hole punch in a couple different sizes and ink.

Glue the patterned side of the chipboard letter and stick it to the white side of your paper, so that the pattern of the new paper is now on the front of the letter.

Cut out the letter and use the xacto knife to get into the tight spots. Sand the edges of the letter.

Next, use your hole punch or crop a dile to punch random holes into the chipboard letter as shown.

Ink the edges of the new letter and use a q tip of smaller applicator to apply ink to the inside of the punched holes.

This is a layout using this technique to make the letters!


Lynn B said...

These look awesome!! I LOve LOVe Love the look! So cleaver to punch them! fantastic! Tfs :D

**luci** said...

this is gorgoeus and TFS

Vickie said...

love the flower am proud to say it is from my yard!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Prettier Stuff aka Melissa said...

Carol this is wonderful. The holes are perfect. I love this idea and you can bet you will seee it on a layout of mine sometime soon. Thanks for sharing.

Tina said...

What a cool technique - thanks for sharing!