Hi everyone! Alex here bringing you this week's tutorial. Or should I say this week's fun idea? It's nothing advanced. Just a fun tip on how to use the negative part of the Daily Flash chipboard numbers.
If you take out all the numbers you will have this fun chipboard grid left. I just had to make something wiht it :-) I started by designing my "pattern" by moving around the numbers. After that, I traced one of the pieces on the back of the papers I wanted to use and cut them out leaving some space on the outside of the traced line. Before you start sticking them down, move them around until you find a design you are happy with and snap a picture.
Remove the protection sheet on the back and stick down your patterned pieces.
Voila! You have a lovely little patterned grid to use on your layout or card. Add a little extra adhesive on the back of the paper pieces before you put it down.
I also covered the text on the top of the grid with a strip of paper. This is how my layout turned out.
I hope you enjoyed this little fun idea on how to make your own chipboard grid!
Have a happy Tuesday!