October 30, 2010

Tags and the Chip Art Tool

This month for GCD Studios we were asked to work with some of the Chip Art Chipboard tags. Well, I could not just make a simple tag and as I was playing around the the different sizes and shapes I came up with the idea of creating a triptych. The first one is a little Halloween scene. I created the bird and fence using the Cricut Happy Hauntings cartridge.
For this second one I created a fall themed scene complete with a fun little sunflower I created with some of the Chip Art Chipboard Flowers. Stop by the GCD Studios blog to see more HERE.
For my second project this month I used the Chip Art Tool and created a couple of fun leather bracelets. You can stop by the GCD Studios blog to learn more about how I created mine. These are some of the Chip Art stamps I used on my bracelet.
Here is one of the bracelets I created. I just love wearing it with a fun t-shirt and a pair of jeans!
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  1. Love everything, especially the bracelet - gotta try that! TFS!

  2. Love what you did with the chipboard and leather! Would be so fun to meet you at CHA!!

  3. I really like your fresh take on all the tags that have been shown this month. Gorgeous, too!

  4. Neat stuff! Really out of the ordinary!!!!

  5. Terrific projects, Juliana. :) Love that leather bracelet a lot!

  6. Hi Juliana! Love your crafty shares, my friend! That bracelet is awesome and I adore your use of the chipboard tags. Creating a triptych is such a clever idea. You are so brilliant!

  7. What a kewl idea! Love it, very clever!


  8. that is so awesome!!! Great ideas!! Great GIFT ideas with Christmas on the way... my husband would love a leather bracelet like that! ..minus the flowery stuff ;)

    Love the chipboard!!! You rock :)


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