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Start out by covering the piece of chipboard (6″ X 12″) with adhesive. I use my ATG adhesive gun, but you can use Modge Podge or a permanent adhesive tape. Make sure to go around the edges and a few strips in the middle.
I am using a piece from Stampin’ Up called On Board Chipboard. But, you can use some from anywhere. Chipboard can be found on the back of a spiral notebook, inside packaging of Pattern Paper, or at your local craft store. Its just a sturdy piece of thick board, like a coaster you would find at a restaurant.
Lay your piece of paper down and trim away an excess with a craft knife. Take a nail file and file down the edges so that the are smooth and even with the chip board. It also will give it a little bit of a distressed feel.