Bazzill - Bazzill Chips - Circle - 1.75 inch

Bazzill - Bazzill Chips - Circle - 1.75 inch



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Product Description & Information

Add a little pop to your layouts with Bazzill Chips. Use these sturdy chipboard shapes when adding dimension and layers to any paper project. Bazzill Chips can be covered with cardstock or patterned paper, painted, inked, covered in embossing powder, stamped, sanded, glazed and so much more.
  • Circles measure approx. 1¾”
  • 25 circles per pack
  • Designed to work perfectly with coordinating Bazzill Chip Toppers (sold separately)
  • SKU: bb-bcc175 UPC: 870709006272

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      5/ 5stars

      Oldie But Goodie

      I LOVE these chipboard circles. Adhere some patterned paper, sand and ink the edges and you have a made to match embellishment.

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    • 5/ 5stars

      ornaments for clasrrom tree

      To decorate the classroom tree, I had my kindergarten class draw a self portrait and then glue it on one side. On the other side I pasted a photo of the child. We put sequin ribbon on the edge to finish them off. Parents told me that these will be real keepsakes. The kids loved guessing who the student is in the drawn picture.

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