This week, the team at Xyron will be showcasing products from Maya Road with daily giveaways on the Xyron blog. :) I made a wall hanging with a Maya Road chipboard album. Scroll down for the full tutorial.
I sprayed the Maya Road chipboard album with a Dylusions ink spray.
Next I cut some scallop frames from The Crafter's Workshop die and misted them with Dylusions ink sprays.
Then I coloured the Maya Road chipboard alphas with a black Sharpie.
To create texture on the chipboard, I coated them with Art Anthology stone effects paint. Now you can skip the black Sharpie if you want some of the raw chipboard to show through.
Then comes the fun part...the assembly! I glued the scallop frames to the chipboard album using the Xyron Teresa Collins Clear Hold Adhesive.
I like the 3D effect on my photos so I printed two copies and fussy-cut them. For the base layer, I adhered with the Xyron Mega Runner. For the top layer, I added the Xyron foam squares.
After adhering the photos and chipboard, I outlined with a white pen for more interest.
I used a cute wooden hanger to clip my chipboard album...and added some tassels at the bottom.
There you have it...a fun and easy wall hanging. Don't forget to check out what my teamies did and leave a comment for your chance to win some Xyron products every day this week over on the Xyron blog.