Friday, May 28, 2010

Chipboard Tutorial while Blog Hopping!



Hi everyone,

Aren't you glad you live in a country that is free and you can blog hop with Operation Write Home, have religious freedom and speak your mind? I am. :) I praise Jesus for the United States of America and the brave men and women that serve this country. :) Thank you, Lord!!!

Well... I hope to inspire you to use some chipboard with this little show and tell video of how to use them. I have included some in my Give Away so be sure to enter to win.




Now go on to the next blog and check out Tricia's fun post.

Be blessed,

Tereza

40 comments:

Virginia D. said...

Great cards and tutorial! I think I have that paper...!

Dawn said...

wow..ur crd rocks!

Carisa said...

great tutorial - i'm bookmarking it so i can look when i have time!

Hi, I'm Brenda. . . . . . . . . . . said...

Great card and your tutorial is super. Thanks for having it.

Tink said...

Great Cards!!

itstinkerbelle@aol.com

Karen Howard said...

Amazing cards, I LOVE them!!!

PocketsOfInspiration said...

These are lovely! I really like those diamonds in the background. Very creative.

1CardCreator said...

Thanks for the great tutorial on covering chipboard frames! Thanks for stopping by my blog too. Take care, ~Diane

joscelyne cutchens said...

thanks for supporting OWH

Rhonda Miller said...

I love your cards. Thanks for the tutorial.

Courtney said...

What an amazing card! Thanks for the tutorial!

Les said...

that is truly a wonderful card;makes me know how far i have to go yet to get the quality i want to create

Operation Write Home said...

I'd love to see a tut on how you adhere paper to your chipboard - mine always comes out icky :(

Thanks for sharing!! Can't wait to hit blog 3 :)

Crissy Armstrong said...

I just love your Liberty cards! It strikes my funny bone! Thanks for the great tutorial too!
Bless you sister!!
Crissy

Susan said...

great message! and I loved the tutorial :)
Susan

TN Granny said...

Tereza, thank for the video and your cards are really cute.
God Bless,
Jeanine

rstuck2003 said...

Awesome tutorial...thanks for sharing. Love your cards

Lelia Pierce said...

Great cards! Loved the toot! :O)

Erika said...

Thanks for the tutorial and you've made some wonderful cards - And, as a military wife, let me say thank you for sharing your creativity to help bring families closer who are separated by duty.

helloholley said...

love your cards!!!

debb said...

Beautiful cards and thank you for the tutorial!

cinmfoster said...

Great cards.

jackielwatson said...

Beautiful cards, love Miss Liberty.

inkpaperstamps said...

Neat cards--and thanks for the tutorial!

Jennifer Moore said...

I like the liberty speaking. Fun cards.

Playing with Paper said...

Great cards!!!

Lynn said...

Loved your tutorial! Bookmarking it for sure!

Debby said...

I like your card and your tutorial is fun. Great job

Nancy Keller said...

Love the video tut! Thanks so much for sharing and it was great to meet you on the blog hop!

Cheryl said...

Great cards! So bright and eye catching! These are sure to brighten some one's day.

Seongsook Duncan said...

AHA! What a great sentiment with the image. Thanks for the chipboard tutorial and thanks for inspiring.

Dixie Cochran said...

Thanks for the video! I love using chipboard!

jengd said...

Fantastic cards! And thanks for the tutorial... I'm trying to get more into chipboard so advice helps!

Kim said...

Nice card and I love your tutorial.

Meg Bean said...

Very cute, vintage patriotic cards!

Betty said...

Well done - Very well done!

Dawn said...

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Cut n Paste said...

Your cards are great!!! Thanks for the tutorial!

Heather Grow said...

Thanks for the tutorial. I seem to have a huge selection of chipboard pieces.

Corinna said...

These are great! Love the image you used :)

Corinna
www.myscrapbooklife.com