Cotton (100%) Head Band-Ivory Color~ This is suitable for codex style and casebound books.
This is 60" long and approx. 5/8" wide. Natural color.
Screw Posts~ Also known as Chicago screws and screw off posts. When screwed completey
closed it measures 5/8" high. The screw head measures approx 3/8". Made of aluminum. Pkg of 16.
Large Screw Posts~Available in a larger size that measures 7/8" long. It is available
in a package of 6 pieces and a bulk package of 25 pieces.
Package of 6 posts $1.89
Package of 25 posts $7.19
Package of 6 Large Screw Posts $1.89
Package of 25 Large Screw Posts $5.00
Bone Book Closures~I think these are very cool and have wanted to carry them for a long
time. Good things come to those who wait. These come in 3 different sizes, small-approx. 1"; medium-approx 1.25"
and large-approx 1 1/2". They have a slit in the bone to bring your ribbon, cording, etc. thru for your book closure.
I am not sure what kind of bone- but probably cow bone-so it will make your project moo-tiful! You didn't
see that coming did you! Sold per piece.
Small -Sold Out, Not available
Medium- Sold Out, Not Available
Large - $1.50
Large Bone Book Closure~
Using a combination of the 1" round chipboard and the 2" square chipboard shapes, I laid out a design on
a Ikea mirror, selected a Graphics 45 paper from the Fashionista collection, adhered the paper to the chipboard using Claudine
Hellmuth Matte Medium, sanded the perimeter, added a bit of extra color to the edges using Tim Holtz Pumice Stone Distress
Ink Pad and then adhered the shapes to the mirror using the matte medium.
I then added some red grosgrain ribbon to hang it with.
7 Gypsies Vintage Frames Cover, Arc~ This comes in 2 pieces, the back is solid and
the front has an archway cut out so that you can insert a picture, photo, collage, needlework, etc. It looks like a
vintage picture frame that may have been around in the 20' or 30's. It has been embellished to give it an aged, vintage
look and has an emblem on the bottom that a photographer of that era may have used. It measures 5" wide and approx 7
1/2" high. The picture does not represent the correct color- it does not have a blue tone but more of a grayish with
gold accents over arch & around the perimeter.
7 Gypsies Vintage Frames Cover, Small Over~ This comes in 2 pieces, the back is
solid and the front has an oval opening cut out so that you can insert a picture, photo, collage, needlework, etc.
It looks like a vintage picture frame that may have been around in the 20's or 30's. It has an emblem on the bottom that
a photographer of that era may have used. It measures 3 1/2" wide and approx 5 1/2" high. The color
is like a kraft paper color and has an ornate design surrounding the oval opening.
Zutter Chipboard Covers, 4.1" x 4.1"~ This size has 2 pieces of chipboard in it.
Medium Weight Chipboard Covers~ This is great for your books, die cutting, stencils, embellishments,
painting and whatever else you can think to do with it. It comes in 4" x 6" size and you get 6 sheets per package.
It is approx 1/8" thick so looks pretty sturdy. It is also acid-free.
$1.99 OUT OF STOCK
7 Gypsies Book Covers-Gypsy Style~ It measures 5.5"x7" in size and the front and back cover are mirror
images of each other. Add a unique embellishment to the center you created with an Articus Studio brass charm or other
cool embellishment or collage. Comes with 2 boards in a package.
Chipboard 1" square~I got the idea for this one evening while watching QVC jewelry- they
showed a piece I liked and thought I could replicate it somewhat with the chipboard and a charm. I painted the chipboard
black. I wanted a little bit of design in the background so I embossed a stamp with gears on it in black embossing powder,
added the brass charm and 3 small Swarovski flat back crystals in the center and a scew post at the top. If I was
going to wear this as a necklace, I would further shore up the screw post with some glue or glaze.
You can do a lot with the chipboard pieces to create unique one-of-a-kind embellishments
for your cards, books, scrapbooks, etc.
the 1" size is no longer available
but here for sample.
Although this is not a chipboard square (black mat board) it does represent the cute little somethin'-somethin' you can
make with the squares. This was a little clippy handed out by B-Line Rubber Stamps at CHA 2008. I loved it- I
like black and white alot! When I first started stamping, I bough all the cutesy stamps- teddy bears, flowers,
etc and then I found myself being drawn to more graphic artsy kind of stamps. I was intriqued by that process to see
how my true taste and style evolved.
This was a pre-bought spiral bound book and I decorated it using the Tim Holtz Distress Crackle Paint-black soot as the
background and I put 3 little chipboard squares together and stamped a word on them (Vision from Stampers Anonymous) and then
separated them and mounted them on back door screen. I also painted 3 other squares and used them vertically stamping
single words on them. It also had a Tim Holtz Trinket Pin above the little angel stamp and a "One Way" traffic road
sign sticker. The lion stamp was done at a class I took somewhere. I liked the stamp and I had some paper towels
that had ink all over it so I stamped it on the paper towel and it ended up on this project.
Using a bracket shaped bookboard, I used Graphics 45 paper on the cover and pages of the book.
I made the pages square though, they do not mimic the shape of the brackets (just too fussy for me to do that). All
you need to do is just make them the size of the board at its narrowest. I did use a corner rounder to round the pages
though to mimic the rounded tops and bottoms of the chipboard.
Although I no longer carry this shape, I thought you still might like to see a sample you can adapt
to any shape.
Another view of the Ikea mirror embellished with chipboard shapes covered with Graphics 45 paper.
|Inchie Sample by Gloria Randall
This piece uses 35 1x1" chipboard "inchie" squares. For the silver ones, I coated with embossing ink
and then embossed with several coats of platinum embossing powder and stamped an image in it. The other tiles have a
combination of brass charms, & Tim Holtz washer token embellishments. It is adhered to a 5"x7" canvas using Claudine
Hellmuth Matte Medium as the adhesive.
My friend, Angela, has an AccuCut system and often cuts out books for us using chipboard. Although
this is not something I sell, I do want you to see an idea for using chipboard and your favorite paper and stamps. I
strongly endorse Zutter Bind-It-All and if you can't find one, I can special order for you. I had been looking around
quite awhile for a book binding system and just did not like anything on the market at that time. When I saw this machine
demoed & debuted at CHA several years ago, I didn't even have to think about it. I bought one right away.
It was just the most perfect binding machine I had seen and still have seen. It's easy to use and just makes a
very useful book.