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August 28, 2007


Alexandra Hobson

Wonderful tutorials Erika and the card rocks!! I love chipboard and have HOARDS of it and love to cover it, paint it, embellish it, yep anything you can do to it! *STAMPIN HUGS* Alex


Thank you so much for your awesome tutorials! I know they take some time and work to create and I wanted you to know how much it is appreciated!

Gina K

Just fabulous! Great tutorial and awesome card sample!


I love it! Great design!

Carol V

Thanks for a great Tuitorial.!!!


WOW, you make this look soooooooooo easy!! Thanks so much for the lesson on how to do this.


Great tutorial.....I love chipboard, but never seem to pull it out....

kim lenhart

that was great! I'm a visual person, so
thanks for giving such a great tut!

teresa chapman

Thanks so much - I needed this tutorial BIG TIME! I've posted a link back to this on my blog. You're awesome!




Thank you! I honestly did not think covering chipboard could be so easy. I will gt out my stack of board and start using them now!!

christina fischer

Great tutorial -- love your star card!!

Beth b.

Erika - another great tutorial. I'm really enjoying your creations with the Make a Wish set - I want that set!! It seems so versatile! I always appreciate your attention to detail. This is an awesome card! Thanks for sharin'! Have a super day!

Beth (mommy to a busy 4 yr old)


This is such a Brilliantly Buautiful Card. Thanks for the Tutorial Instructions.
hugs, Lourin


~MMWWAH~ i just love the tutorial! {big kiss}

Linda McClain

You are the queen of tutorials - what a great one! Linda


awesome as usual oh Miss Queen of Glitter :]
Love your style ;]


I appreciate your tutorial soooooo much! I am going to take the chipboard now and use it. I am not afraid to use it now and boy are your tutorials great! I can understand each step so well, for me...that not so easy either. LOL
Thank you for picking my question, because its one I needed answering before I would use the cool chipboard.


oh my gosh-this is so aewsome! I'm way new to scrapping/cropping... and was curious to see how the paper looks perfect on these chipboard books I see!! What is the paints for? I didn't see that you used any here... anyway, great tutorial- THANKS SO MUCH!


Thanks for this easy to understand explanation for covering chip board. I'm not as scared of after seeing your step by step explanations! Gorgeous card, too!

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