Happy Monday Clear Scraps fam!
Today I am sharing one of the wonderful Mixable albums Clear Scraps has. The great thing about these albums is the mix between chipboard and acrylic.
I started off by adding pattern paper to the backside of the acrylic pages as well as both sides of the chipboard pages.
I then used stazon ink and a 6" chevron stencil through out the album to add interest and make the pages more cohesive.
This is the one chipboard page I left naked and painted with acrylic paint. The pink was two coats, and then stenciled with the chevron mask. The chipboard is a champ and holds up well to paint with no warping.
As you can see, the theme of this album was a concert my daughter took me to for my 40th birthday! Panic! at the Disco!!! They are my favorite and it was a dream come true.
After I added all my embellishments I used a book ring to hold it all together.
Oh yes, one other thing to note with the stencil, I added it in places to help hide the Beacons 3-in-1 glue I used to adhere the pattern paper to the back of the acrylic pages. It looks cool and is also useful in hiding glue spots. Win, Win!
Leah Crowe, Clear Scraps
Products Used: Clear Scraps: Tag Mixable Album, Chevron 6" Mascil, Book Ring; Pattern Paper: Happy Life by Kim Watson, Simple Stories, Pink Paislee; Adhesive: Beacons 3-in-1, Scotch ATG, Foam Dots; Die Cuts: Kim Watson; Ephemera: Pink Paislee; Ink: Stazon