Debbie Harmer created an easy step by step tutorial to add color and dimension to any layout or project. This technique works great on chipboard alphabets as well as other chipboard accents and it is easy to adapt to any color scheme.
Maya Road Chicago Lowercase Chipboard Alphabet
Glossy Accents by Ranger
Several colors of ColorBox Fluid Chalk or Pigment Ink
Step 1: Cover each letter with 2-3 colors of ink in a striped pattern. Apply it at an angle and try to make a sharp line with the ink pad. Let dry.
Step 2: Once dry, cover each letter with a generous coat of Glossy Accents. Using a straight pin pop any bubbles, make sure to get around the edges well. It will be cloudy while it is wet.
Step 3: Let dry for 2-3 hours. Once dry it will be crystal clear and the colors will be vibrant.
Step 4: Adhere to your favorite project or layout.