We are always looking for creative ways to stretch our scrapbooking supplies. Try using the negative shape of your chipboard shapes as frames and windows in your projects! For this card I cut a square from the card front and adhered a transparency between the card and the flower chipboard shape. This created a little window to the inside of the card. I then applied a rub-on to the window to give it the finishing touch!
Rain Paper #288
Washed Paper #292
Chipboard Shapes #296
Cardstock Alphabet Stickers #298