I was looking at a card magazine and saw cards that had chipboard lettering. A couple of years ago I bought 100 sheets of chipboard and I have used maybe 10. Of the 10 I probably screwed up 6 of them. And this card was no exception. The word baby was cut from chipboard. Then I cut the same letters out of blue plaid paper and glued them onto the chipboard. Then I used versamark watermark and applied it to each letter, and then applied clear embossing powder. Then I cut a heart from the same paper and stamped "it's a boy" onto it. I matted everything with the dark blue paper. It was fun even though it involved stamping, embossing, and cutting chipboard, 3 things I try to avoid.