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Eye Connect Crafts make unique chipboard totems and lace-ups from recycled materials.  They are precision cut and a joy to work with.  Seriously, well made.

Apparently, I am a little in love with this image of a dissected frog!  I have used it several times.  Probably more in the future as well!

This started as a dissected tray with a frog and morphed into a mixed media wall art piece.  I love it and cannot wait to hang it up!


Putting the image on chipboard pieces:

  1. Scan chipboard frog pieces into computer.
  2. Move the image(s) of chipboard frog pieces into Silhouette Studio.  Make sure the image is set to 100%.
  3. Trace each piece and make the pieces separate.  This is so you can work with individual pieces later.
  4. Merge the photo you want to on the chipboard into the file.
  5. Size the photo to the images of the chip board.
  6. Copy/paste one of the sized photos, one for each piece of chipboard.
  7. Place each piece of the chipboard over the area on the photo you want to have on the chipboard.  Using merge>intersect, merge the chipboard piece and the image.
  8. Repeat for each piece.
  9. Print and cut all the pieces.
  10. Glue images onto the appropriate chipboard.

Finishing the frog chipboard pieces:

  1. Colored edges with Distress Ink – Mowed Lawn.
  2. Spray with Glimmer Mist – Lime Green.
  3. Glossy Accent on the lungs.


  1. BoBunny paper.
  2. Distress with DI – Walnut, Honey
  3. Spray with Glimmer Mist – Lime Green, Penny, and Suede.
  4. Stamp with Finnabair Dream On, inked with DI – Soot.
  5. Burn edges.  Yes, with a lighter!
  6. Using distressed diamond stencil lightly spray with Simply Sheer – Black.

Artist Board:

  1. 12 x 12.
  2. Spray with Glimmer Mist – Lime Green, Penny, and Suede.
  3. Canvas Corp Brands:  High Impact Paint – Olive.

Burlap Strips:

  1. Tan burlap strip.
  2. Aqua burlap strip, sprayed with Glimmer Mist – Penny, stamped with Finnabair Dream on with DI – Soot.


  1. Tim Holtz letters, distressed with DI – Walnut.


  1. Art by Miran
  2. 613 Avenue Create
  3. Corrosive Challenges
  4. Crafting From the Heart
  5. Creative Fingers
  6. Dream in Darkness
  7. Left of Center
  8. Lost Coast Designs
  9. Mixed Media Mojo


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9 thoughts on “Dissected Frog {Mixed Media} Wall Art

  1. Kim, that is completely awesome, I love it. The frog is great, and love your colors and background. That will most definitely be a conversation piece hanging on the wall in your home 🙂

  2. A wicked cool project Kim, thanks for sharing it with us over at Lost Coast Portal to Creativity!

  3. Wow, that is so cool and yet kinda creepy too. Thanks for sharing with us at LOC challenges this week.

  4. Whoa! Awesome frog, kinda sad for him to be showin’ off his insides, but wow! Love the layers you built up and awesome colors. Really, burn with a lighter? You are brave! Awesome Kim! Thanks for playing at Lost Coast Portal to Creativity….swapping hats…and playing with us at Dream in Darkness, where we are not allowed to play with fire…so shhhhh our secret!

  5. Thank you for taking part in our art by miran challenge,
    I very much enjoyed looking at your project and all
    the time and detail you put into it, good luck hugs tracy

  6. Anatomically correct and bold frog – Maybe that explains why Evil Froggie has been quiet over at Dreaming In Darkness – you’ve dissected him!

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