1. Use a chip to stamp a quote on, or a title on.
2. Make a photo mat for a focal photo out of several paint chips of the same color or different colors.
3. Cut paint chips into strips and use these as journaling strips.
4. Put a small accent color from a chip inside a book label plate.
5. Put a chip inside of a slide mount, or cover a slide mount with a paint chip.
6. Put a Making Memories rub on directly onto a paint chip.
7. Cut small squares out of a chip and use them as accents to a journaling box.
8. Make a tag itself out of a larger paint chip and embellish.
9. Angle a paint chip directly on top of a regular pre-made tag.
10. Make vertical strips out of different colored chips and position a page title over the strips.
11. Use sandpaper, ink, UTEE, etc. to alter a chip.
12. Make a flower, heart, or anything by tracing a die cut onto a chip.
13. Make colorful punches out of your paint chips. Ex. flowers Letter stickers look great directly on top of a paint chip.
14. Making Memory page pebbles are sharp on top of a paint chip. Attach a paint chip with eyelets, brads, wire, twine, etc.
15. For a softer look, put vellum over a paint chip.
16. Jolees and stickers with height are great on cards or layouts made with paint chips.
17. Put a paint chip directly through your printer and journal right on top of a chip.
18. Cut apart many chips and make a mosaic like background.
19. Use paint chips to make a color book for a small child.
20.Put paint chip strips between a series of photos for distinction.
21. Use a letter stencil or template directly on top of a chip to trace letters in fun colors.
22. Dress up a paint chip with ribbon, buttons, etc.
23. Cover a paint chip with a large background stamp. Ex. diamonds, script, etc.
24. Tear a paint chip for a shabby chic look.
25. Put a chip inside a Making Memories circle or square tag.
26. As a page title or accent put a clear pebble over a certain color word on a chip.
27. Use a whole Glidden page of numerous chips onto a layout page.
28. Put magic mesh or magenta mesh over a paint chip to change the look and add texture.