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Glitter Girl and the challenge of the chipboard

Glitter Girl and the challenge of the chipboard scrapbooking video
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This week Glitter Girl takes on the challenge of the chipboard – something currently being discussed on the message board here at Two Peas in a Bucket. Her adventure takes her through a quick look at chipboard product options, several different ways to embellish raw chipboard and a scrapbook page using those altered chipboard pieces and the brand new Dear Lizzy Neapolitan collection from American Crafts.

Come along for the adventure, won’t you?

If you click through to the project page and scroll down, you’ll find plenty of ideas for supplies, including some special sale items.

For more chipboard ideas, check out two more videos from the Two Peas channel:
the chipboard episode from Shannon Tidwell’s Products you Love series
and Jamie Sorenson’s altering ideas for chipboard embellishments in the Tricks & Treats series.

This week, Glitter Girl challenges you to put some chipboard to work then share the results! Create something to share with the Two Peas community and in your project description, tell us how you got creative with chipboard. Be sure to click the challenge box when you upload a picture to the gallery. You can also leave a link here in the comments to share what you have made.

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Join us every Wednesday for the Adventures of Glitter Girl, helping the world one crafting dilemma at a time. Each week Glitter Girl joins Two Peas via video to solve a problem posted on the message boards. Don’t miss out as she shares project tutorials, product comparisons and technique tips throughout the year.

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BONUS CHALLENGE: If you’re a fan of the new Dear Lizzy line and already have some in your hands, don’t just admire it – get scrapping! Five lucky crafters will win a happy prize pack of American Crafts goodies! To enter, create a project with the new Dear Lizzy Neapolitan collection and upload it to the gallery, being sure to give it at least five relevant tags and three related products, then tick the box for the Dear Lizzy Project Challenge in step four. (You’re welcome to tick the box for the Glitter Girl challenge too if you’ve used both Dear Lizzy and chipboard!)

Onward, covered in glitter, my dear scrapbookers!
adventures of glitter girl

The Adventures of Glitter Girl is a weekly series on Two Peas in a Bucket, and goes live every Wednesday. I’ll share each adventure here shortly after that. I hope you enjoy her quests for crafting happiness, and if you ever have a scrapbooking dilemma yourself, you can always call her to action on the message board. She’s currently looking for a topic for next week. What should it be?

15 February 2012



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6 Comments for Glitter Girl and the challenge of the chipboard

  1. joanna schlos Says:

    love glitter girl!!! shimelle you totally rock!

  2. Mary M. Says:

    I love that I’m not the only one that always has a “special” sticker on the sheet that keeps getting picked up and then put back. That made me laugh. =) Also love the video and all these ideas!

  3. Dawn Cheshire Says:

    Loved this weeks video, learnt so much in the first few minutes with all the technique hints and tips and then you put together a fabulous layout with it all. Thanks Shimelle, I love Glitter Girl!

  4. So.Ceative Says:

    I love this episode! Thank you for all the tips^^ The glitters make me dream!

  5. Sara Grafton Says:

    Awesome! I love the new video series :)

  6. Lisa-Jane Johnson Says:

    Wow, that collection is so gorgeous! You made me laugh when you sang to the chevron piece – I’m glad to know its not just me that talks and sings to my stash!

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