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Monday, November 30, 2009

Product Spotlight: Fancy Pants Chipboard Sets

By Angie Newman, MW Creative Team and Amber Crowell, MW Founder

Don't underestimate the power of chipboard! If you're like most scrapbookers, you love the versatility that chipboard offers but can often become intimidated by its natural state. It may be plain, basic, and raw...but there's nothing boring about chipboard! And the boxed chipboard sets from Fancy Pants designs is no exception...you'll go from blah to beautiful in no time at all with these amazing chipboard sets!

"All My Boys" Album by Angie Newman, MW Creative Team. This album was created with the Fancy Pants All Boy Chipboard Set and the Claire de Lune Theme Set.

Angie Newman had a blast with the All Boy Chipboard Set and Clair De Lune Collection from Fancy Pants, highlighting some of her favorite photos of her boys playing hard together in all kinds of weather. Angie has this to say about the chipboard set, "It's a versatile set that includes the chipboard album, a box for storing or for giving, and many, many chipboard accents to be used with the album." Angie adhered patterned paper to the chipboard, sanded, inked, and even painted the natural raw chipboard to create a bold, vibrant album. "There are so many things that can be done with this kit. And the chipboard is so thick and sturdy. Even with all the playing I did, not one piece of chipboard broke off or ripped apart," exclaims Angie. "Thanks for giving me the opportunity to play with this exciting new kit!"

If your looking for some scrapbook fun, then look no further then the chipboard sets and coordinates from Fancy Pants. You'll feel like a kid again...now go out and play!

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