Monday, 2 March 2009

Get On Board with chipboard!

Well it's a new month and we have a new special offer for you! This month it's all about chipboard. In my opinion, you either LOVE chipboard... or you've just not tried it! There are so many uses for this grey board which can, at first glance, appear quite uninspiring. You can ink it up, you can cover it with funky papers, you can leave it naked (!), you can stamp on it. But whatever you do with it, it adds a satisfying depth to your projects.

It's been much-loved by scrapbookers for a long time, and now card-makers are discovering the benefits of chipboard shapes, too. The great news is that, during March, you can buy Stampin' Up!®'s great chipboard assortments at 25% off!

Stampin' Up!’®s On Board chipboard is designed to coordinate with many of our stamps and accessories and is perfect for adding dimension and colour to cards, scrapbook pages, or any other project you can think of.

There are four assortments to choose from. Two are in the main catalogue, while the other two are at the back of the catalogue, with the retiring products.

Check out the table (click it to enlarge) for the details of the chipboard assortments on offer, with prices. Please get in touch if you'd like to order any - remember you don't have to live near to me as products can be delivered to your door.

And, if you still need convincing that chipboard is fabulous, please click here for some projects made using On Board chipboard products.

2 comments:

  1. Happy Monday!!I love your cards!! I am one of those people who have never tried chipboard. I will have to try it!! TFS

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  2. Chipboard IS great - Just looked at all the projects you've done with it, again, and they are all fab! CC

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