Supplies Needed:
- Chipboard element
- Spray ink (or ink pad)
- Glimmer Mist 
-Stamp
- Acrylic Paint Dabber
- Heat tool
- Ink pad

 STEP 1:  Place your chippie on a craft sheet or scrap piece of paper.  We're going to get down and dirty!
 STEP 2:  Ink your chippie with a base color.  You can use your ink pad, spray ink or glimmer mist.  I used a mini mister filled with water and a Distress Ink Reinker.
 STEP 3:  Pick a stamp and 'ink it' with acrylic paint.  Here I used a copper paint dabber.
 STEP 4: Stamp your image onto the chipboard.  If your stamped image does not cover the chippie entirely, reapply paint to desired parts of the stamp and stamp in the empty portions of the chippie.  Try not to overlap the stamped image. 
 STEP 5:  Spray the entire chippie with your base color again.  If you originally used an ink pad, dry the paint before reapplying the ink.
 STEP 6:  Now spray glimmer mist, in a coordinating color, all over the chippie.
 STEP 7:  Dry with a heat tool.









STEP 8:  Using a small ink pad, ink the edges of the chippie to give it more depth.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
And you're done!  So simple yet pretty!  Hope you find this tutorial useful.  Thanks for visiting!
 
To see the entire layout where I used this technique, please click on the link below.
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