Not really a chip. That's a mini flop. It's easy with the correct technique and the right wedge. I can explain it, but without demonstrating, it might sound confusing here.
Last night I started to reply to your chipping concerns with a very long instructional post and realized it was way too much to explain without visual reference. So I gave up and trashed it. I know I can help you, but maybe I'll do so in a private message so as not to bore the world (of 7 or 8 people) here who have no interest in reading through another of my long-winded posts.
I truly enjoy helping others (who ask me) with their short game. It's kinda my forte. I practice endlessly at it. I've helped turn some decent golfers at my club into lower handicappers, just through firming up their short games. I may not be a certified PGA teaching pro, but I actually helped one with his short game last season and he still makes reference to it when he makes the shot I helped him with. So, check your inbox in a little while for a slightly more in-depth answer to your earlier post from last night, not the post above about short flop shots.