I think of chipboard shapes as creative building blocks; some of the time a layer or other smaller part of a project and others more the focal point. Often it’s the shape itself that determines what role it plays, but other times it’s color and pattern, along with placement, are the determining factors.
Our new Chipboard Shapes are versatile enough to blend in as part of a larger whole or to be front and center as the star of the show. I designed them with both in mind, allowing for many creative options when working with them.
In today’s video I’ll show you the basics of how I use chipboard and you’ll see me work with the shapes in both ways. The canvas you see in the video’s introduction includes layers of shapes, but they all work together as part of the whole. Conversely, something as simple as a chipboard crown perched on a bird’s head becomes more of the focal point. There’s that versatility I mentioned!
Like all of our laser cut products, the Chipboard Shapes are cut right here at our warehouse in Rhode Island. I’m always open for suggestions, so if there’s a shape you’d like to work with but don’t see, feel free to let me know!
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