Altered Chipboard Buttons
Here is a tutorial on altering chipboard buttons. These buttons can be used in so many great ways… on cards, tags, layouts, projects and altered art pieces. It is fast and can be customized with any theme you can come up with.
Supplies Used: Maya Road Mini Chipboard Button Set, Book Page, Glue Stick, Creamy Brown Ink, Little Yellow Bicycle Love Letters Clear Stamp Set, Archival Jet Black Ink, Acrylic Block, Craft Knife, Sanding Block
- Apply a glue stick type adhesive to the top of the chipboard buttons and attach to an old book page.
- Using a craft knife cut around the chipboard button, then sand the edges to make them flush with the button.
- Using a pencil or paper piercer punch through the button holes.
- Apply Creamy Brown ink to the edges of the button to give it an aged look.
- Apply Jet Black ink to a floral stamp and stamp the image onto the button.
It’s that simple. I used the same stamp on all four of my buttons just randomly stamped the image to get different looks with the different sizes. You can apply Glossy Accents over the buttons if you wish or leave them as I did here.