Hi, Connie here with a scrapbook page using a XL Deco acrylic shape by Clear Scraps. These shapes are fun to make a scrapbook page from, just treat them like you would paper.
I have a tutorial on how this scrapbook page was created, using an acrylic shape.
- Remove plastic film from the acrylic shape. With a sanding block rub up and down, on the surface, of the acrylic front. By doing this you are taking the shine off the acrylic. You should have a nice mat finish.
- Wipe the surface with a damp towel and dry.
- Stencil a pattern on the front of the acrylic shape, using the 6" Brick Wall stencil by Clear Scraps. For best results use StazOn black ink.
- Layer pattern paper to create a photo mat for the photograph. Glue the photo mat to the acrylic front using Beacon 3-IN-1.
I really love the frosty look, of the acrylic, by sanding it lightly. After the layering of paper, to create a photo mat, speckle the front with irRESISTible Texture Spray. It works great with acrylic.
Let dry. Add a 5" X 7" photo in the space that was created from layering the papers.
Beacon 3-IN-1, StazOn ink, irRESISTible Texture Spray, S.e.i.
Thanks for stopping by~
Connie Mercer/ DT Member