Hi everyone!  Debbie Burns here with you today sharing an altered chipboard door in beautiful fall colors.   I enjoy working with the larger chipboard pieces in the store.  For this project I used the chipboard Door.

Lots of layering with chipboard, flowers, lace and fussy cuts from Mintay papers.  I used several mediums on the door, including paint, waxes and inks.


My favorite chipboard in the store is the Flourish Set 10.  I’ll admit I use it quite a bit on my projects.  I coated the pieces with some dark green paint and then dabbed on some white and rust paints.


Here I’ve used a piece from the Clock Keys.  I embossed it with rust embossing powder and dabbed on various colors of paints to achieve the “aged” look.  The tiny heart grapevine wreath I found at my local craft store.  To the right I used a piece from Door Knobs, embossed with rust and brown embossing powders.


Here is a view of the bottom of the Clock Keys.  To the left I used a couple of pieces from Simple Hinges, embossed with rust and brown embossing powders.


Beneath the Family St. sign I used a piece from Mini Houses, embossed with a mixture of brown embossing powders.  Lots of little pieces were added from my stash.
Thanks for stopping by!

Creative Embellishments Chipboard:



Clock Keys


Flourish Set 10


Mini Houses


Simple Hinges


Door Knobs