Our primary use for chipboard is to put it in the old paper cutter to protect the stock that we’re cutting. It gets chopped to pieces and when the bits get small enough, they get trashed. When the plate for our newest business card came in, I noticed that much of the chipboard laying around was big enough to be cut down into business cards. They turned out great!
We’ve recently turned to the chipboard for a few recent business card clients. It really gives the cards a rugged, handmade, crafty vibe. Very cool.
Anthony Orsino even put together a little video of his cards being created. Dig it.