Add Texture with Corrugated Cardboard Letters

Last week, we showed you how to add dimension to your cards with cork. If you missed the post, you can find it HERE. Today, we are going to show you how to add texture to your projects using corrugated cardboard. You can find corrugated cardboard at your local craft store, or you can recycle packaging from your home.

To start, die-cut your letters from the corrugated cardboard. Use paint, ink, airbrush, or mist the letters to add color to the letters. You can highlight the texture of the cardboard by sponging ink onto the ridges. It’s just that easy.

Quick, go check the garage or basement for any recyclable corrugated cardboard, grab your Die-namics and have some fun!

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2 Responses to Add Texture with Corrugated Cardboard Letters

  1. 1
    Pat McCleary says:

    Love this idea. And yes, I did look around to see what I could find. Really cute layout, Melody.

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    Hi! I just saw your stencils and have to admit I like it a lot!