Layout with Fancy Butterflies Chipboard Embellishments

Hello and happy weekend! It's Jennifer here to share another wonderful Clear Scraps new release!  There are 16 new Chipboard Embellishment Shapes that were debuted at Creativation last week!  Today I'm showcasing the Fancy Butterflies Chipboard Embellishments that I  used on a layout. I  thought they were perfect to go with a photo I  took of my daughter while we were in LA this past summer!


I  began by painting my chipboard with chalk paint in off white (Sheepskin is the exact color). I didn't worry about perfect coverage because my paint is the base color. 


Next, I  used both glitter pink and blue embossing powders to add bling to my chipboard.  Again, I  allowed imperfections in my coverage to let the off white chalk paint show through.  


I  cut a floral circle wreath with my Silhouette and white cardstock to place around my photo. Then using my Beacon 3-in-1 Adhesive, I  adhered my Fancy Chipboard Butterflies to my layout.  



I  also used the die cut butterflies included in the collection I  used to accent around my photo along with enamel dots. 


Here are a couple more photos of my page. You can see I  used pop dots on two of the butterflies to add dimension (I'm a big fan of pop dots!). 



Thank you for stopping by the blog today!  You can see all of the new Chipboard by clicking HERE! Have a great day!

Additional products used:  patterned paper, stickers, die cuts, enamel dots, chipboard, foam letters: Cocoa Vanilla Studio; cardstock:  Bazzill; adhesive: Beacon, Tombow, Thermoweb; embossing ink: Ranger; embossing powder: Recollection; paint: FolkArt; sewing machine: Janome; die cut machine: Silhouette; misc: thread

Stand Up Love Display

Hi everyone, Steph Ackerman here using one of Clear Scrap's new wood products that will be available soon.


This new wood product comes unassembled.  Simply paint, ink or add pattern paper to the bases, then adhere them together.  Keeping with a pink and red theme, I painted the larger base red and the smaller one pink.  Then I used Beacon 3-in-1 Adhesive to glue the bases together.

While waiting for the base to dry, I painted Love with the same colors, both front and back.
Next, I placed adhesive on the tabs and placed the panel in the base.  I found the paint, as well as the adhesive, helped hold the sign upright perfectly.
Finally, I added a line of pearls to the "L" as well as around the base.  A few left over pearls were added to the point of the heart.
Then I adhered flowers around the base.  The heart moves, so I slipped a photo behind the heart.
Thanks for stopping by.
Other Supplies: Prima, Want-2-Scrap pearls


Clear Scraps Mini Shaker -- Bright Birthday Card

Hello everyone!  Laura here today with you, and

so very excited to start sharing some of the brand

new Clear Scraps goodies for 2020!!  Just wait

until you see all the fun NEW coming to the store!

Do you LOVE the Clear Scraps Shakers?

If you haven't tried them, check them out!

They are so fun on LO's, home decor projects,

and YES cards!  I used the brand new

Mini Shaker Birthday Cake to make this one:

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This sweet little cake is just adorable!  As with all of the

Clear Scraps chipboard and/or shakers, you can use ink,

paint, glitter glue, stamps, stencils, the creative options

are endless!  For this birthday cake, I loved the dripping

icing, it gives it such a fun look, right?!!

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I painted the cake first with orange acrylic paint,

then I painted the frosting area with white acrylic.

To give it the fun sparkly, thick look of real frosting,

I added a couple of layers of a thick glitter glue.

Love the way it give it a little extra 3D texture,

and it looks like yummy frosting dripping down!

The shaker part of the card is in every layer.  The

movement it creates in every project you create

is such a fun element!  You can add sequins, or

small beads or gems.  Lots of options!

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I added little beads and gems in this card, and then

finished it off using some fun, bright patterned

papers, stickers, enamel dots, and twine.  It's

ready to give as a nice addition to a birthday gift!

 If you haven't checked out the Mini Shakers in 

the Clear Scraps store, make sure to check them

out, and guess what, if you have, you should

see ALL the NEW!!!  Find them HERE.

Thanks for stopping by today, make sure to

come back soon for more inspiration!


Supplies Used: 

Clear Scraps:  Mini Shaker Birthday Cake

Other:  Cardstock--yellow, orange,

Queen & Co gems and beads, twine,

enamel dots, Doodlebug Simply Spring

paper and stickers, acrylic paint--white,

orange, adhesive.


Heart Love

Hi everyone and welcome back!

Today's project I am using another new item for Clear Scraps!

Today I am using the Wood Heart 2pc.


I really wasn't sure what I was going to do with this.

But I knew I wanted to do something different.

And this is what I came up with!


This came out better than I thought it would.

I added pattern paper to each piece.  Once dried I inked the edges of each piece.

I then offset the smaller solid heart to the larger heart.

I die cut out the picture of my daughter and future son in-law.

I popped that up with foam tape.

I added some die cut greenery pieces and tucked them behind their photo.

I then die cut out the word Love twice to make it more stable.

I used a white gel pen to give it a few highlights and then added a small pearl heart.

I just love how it turned out!

And its a very nice piece of wall art for my craft room!

Thanks for joining me today and see you next time!

Kim :)


Cat Family Puzzle Decor

Cat Family Puzzle Decor by Annie Williams for Clear Scraps - Main

Hi everyone!  It's Annie, and today I'm sharing a tutorial to make some fun home décor using brand new wood frames, wood puzzle shapes, and shakers from Clear Scraps.  The possibilities are endless when customizing this Extra Large Square Wood Puzzle Shape, but I used mine to honor my beautiful shelter cats as family.

Cat Family Puzzle Decor by Annie Williams for Clear Scraps - Painting

Start by painting each piece of the Extra Large Square Wood Puzzle Shape with different colors of acrylic paint.  I knew my piece would be hanging in my kids' playroom, so decided to use four vibrant colors for extra fun.

Cat Family Puzzle Decor by Annie Williams for Clear Scraps - Stamping

Once dry, I stamped paw prints in white acrylic paint across all of the pieces in the form of two sets of tracks crossing diagonally.  To get a nice even impression, I applied the white paint to the stamp with a foam paint brush before making each impression on the wood.  Set aside to dry completely.

Cat Family Puzzle Decor by Annie Williams for Clear Scraps - Paint Frames

Next paint the outer part of the Heart, Square, and Deco Small Wood Frames with the same white satin acrylic paint and allow to dry.

Cat Family Puzzle Decor by Annie Williams for Clear Scraps - Adhere Frames

Print out or cut your photos to fit behind each of the frame shapes and adhere the small wood frames to the photos using a strong liquid glue like Beacon 3-in-1 Craft Glue.

Cat Family Puzzle Decor by Annie Williams for Clear Scraps - Shaker

To decorate the Family Shaker element, start by tracing the shape onto a piece of matching scrapbook paper and cutting it out with scissors.  Adhere this paper shape to the chip back with Beacon 3-in-1 Craft Glue, then add two of the chipboard cutouts on top.  Fill the shaker with clear, white, and silver seed beads, adhere the acrylic divider, then add the last chipboard cutout (that has been painted with white acrylic paint) on top with Beacon 3-in-1 Craft Glue.

Cat Family Puzzle Decor by Annie Williams for Clear Scraps - Main

Assemble the Extra Large Square Wood Puzzle Shape and determine placement of your frames and wood shaker before adhering them all down with hot glue or Beacon 3-in-1 Craft Glue.  You can add a chipboard or paper backer to hold together the entire shape as well, but I though it might be fun to separate the pieces once in a while so chose to hang them all separately, but interlocking.

I hope you enjoyed this fun home décor project and thanks so much for stopping by today.  With three fun puzzle shapes to choose from, how would you use them to decorate your home?

~ Annie

Additional products used: acrylic craft paint, Beacon 3-in-1 Craft Glue, paw print rubber stamp, plaid scrapbook paper, seed beads

Wipe Your Paws Home Decor


Wipe your paws!   As soon as I saw this new pallet sign from Clear Scraps  I knew exactly what I wanted to create! Who doesn't just love puppy paw prints!   

I started by punching two holes in my pallet allow for hanging. Did you know that your crop a dile will punch through the pallet???  So cool!




I then painted my pallet.   While my paint was drawing I opened up my word program on my computer and typed wipe your paws and then I found an image for paw prints.  After printing, I grabbed a pencil and rubbed onto the back side of the printed phrase and prints. I then turned the words over again and traced them onto my pallet.  The graphite from the back of the image transfers over to the pallet.  


I them transferred the paw prints to the sign the same way! 


I then grabbed my india ink Pitt pens ( I have a thinner outline one and a thicker one) and traced over the words and paw prints.   I am just love these pens for creating signs! You can see how well they work! 


I hope you are inspired to create your own pallet sign! 

"You Got This" Heart Wood Shape

Hi ya'll,

Tami here today to share a project that you can make for your child or anyone who needs a little encouragement.

This project uses a brand new product from Clear Scraps;  the Heart Wood Shape, which comes in a 3 pack and measures 7 1/2 X 8.

The size makes it great to use for home decor. 


Create a colorful reminder to tell them "YOU GOT THIS" every time they look at it.

I started with the new Heart Wood Shape and stained it with pink ink.

I spritzed the board with a little water first to create a wash of color when I applied the ink.

I also distressed the edges of the heart with the same pink ink.


For the "You Got This" XL Script Wood Quote,  I wanted a layered, distressed finish. So first I sprayed the piece with a yellow ink that I heat set.

Then I brushed on a layer of pink paint and heat set it also. When the piece cooled, I used a sanding block to remove some of the paint.


To assemble, glue the "You Got This" towards the left center of the heart.

Then add mirrors to the center of the "O" and to dot the "i" as well as arrange some to the upper right of the heart.


Add flowers with small mirrors are the centers of the large flowers and rhinestones to the centers of the others.


To finish, glue a ribbon hanger to the back.

Thanks for visiting the Clear Scraps Blog; please come back for MORE new products and inspiration on how to use them.

Supplies: Clear Scraps: Heart Wood Shape and "You Got This" XL Script Wood Quote

other products: ColorBox: Lemon Drop Spritz and Fruit Punch Dye-Stress Ink, TCW Raspberry Sorbet Paint, Beacon: Mixed Media Glue, Orange and Pink Flowers, Small Mirrors, Clear Rhinestones and Pink Satin Ribbon


DIY Love Chipboard Wreath

Hello everyone... It's time to change the decoration from Winter theme to Love theme becuase the Valentine's Day is less than a month from today. Today, I have this Love Wreath idea to share with you all.


On this wreath, I use the new Love Large Chipboard Embellishment. For the wreath base is a paper mache wreath base that I wrapped it with burlap ribbon. I used glue gun to secure the ribbon on the wreath base.

I use scrapbook paper to dress up the chipboard letters. I traced each chipboard letter on the scrapbook paper with pencil and then fussy cut them with scissors. After that, I used the Beacon Zip Dry Glue to add the scrapbook paper on the letters. I used my scrapper (the one I use for htv and vinyl) to press the paper on the chipboard letters and also to remove the bubbles.


When all the letters dry well, I used smooth craft sanding block to distress the edges of the letters and to give them some texture too. This sanding step is also for removing extra paper off the edges.

I glued the red pompom ribbon around the wreath in the middle of it using hot glue gun. And then, I added each the chipboard letters on the ribbon with hot glue gun, too.


I have some of these paper flowers in my stash. I added them on both ends with hot glue gun. They complete this wreath.

There are LOTS of new amazing products on the Clear Scraps Store that are released this month. I promise you will LOVE them!

Thank you so much for stopping by our blog today. Have a fabulous day!

Love Banner by Steph

Hi everyone, Steph Ackerman here with a new post showcasing some new products from Clear Scraps that will be available soon.

I loved the wood finish and did not want to take away from it's beauty so I simply inked the edges with red ink.
I placed an inked panel of sheet music as the next layer.
Then I proceeded by adding an assortment of elements from tags to flowers and a wood heart which I painted with red paint.  A pearl heart was added on top of the wood heart.
I used a Crop-A-Dile to punch holes in the panel and tied ribbon in place.  Additional tags were added on top of the heart.
A clay corner accent was inked and then added to the smaller panel.

Thanks for stopping by.


Other Supplies:  Brilliance Ink, Want-2-Scrap pearls, Authentique pattern paper, Makin's Clay, Prima

Family Desktop Word Frame

I am SOOO excited about this new product from Clear Scraps!!
This new Family Desktop DIY Word Frame is brilliant in its design!


I started off by adhering all four pieces onto pattern paper.


Carefully cut away the excess pattern paper using your handy dandy craft knife.

I also took a moment to add some distress ink along the edges, and then added in some Pearl accents and let them dry.

Once dry it's time to get the base adhered together. I find this next part helpful. Once you adhere the small base to the larger, take the standing frame slats, and put them in the two holes to help line the bases together, and don't remove it until the base is dry, five minutes or so.


I removed mine too early and caused the slats to be off just a smidge when I removed it, causing my frame not to sit down in the holes properly.

I printed my photo out to 3.75 x 5.5" and adhered it to the family base.

Now comes the beautiful frame. I found it helpful to use these cheap little clamps I found at a tool store so I wasn't continually making sure the frame was staying adhered and not lifting up.

While this was drying I adhered the new chipboard butterfly to pattern paper and cut it out with my craft knife.

Next, embellish until you're happy! :)

Leah Crowe

Springtime Home Pallet Sign

Home with Wagon of Flowers Pallet Sign by Annie Williams for Clear Scraps - Main

Hi everyone!  It's Annie, and today I'm sharing a tutorial to make some pretty spring home décor using brand new chipboard embellishments and pallet shapes from Clear Scraps.  Customizing a simple rectangle pallet shape to welcome spring is super easy thanks to the new large chipboard designs that come in welcoming phrases and home-y shapes.

Home with Wagon of Flowers Pallet Sign by Annie Williams for Clear Scraps - Pallet

Start by trimming a sheet of 12" x 12" scrapbook to fit onto each slat of the Rectangle 12" x 10" Medium DIY Pallet Shape.  I wanted to leave a small unfinished wood border around each slat to give my sign a rustic feel, so I trimmed my paper to about 3.75" x 11.75" for the middle slat and about 2.5" x 11.75" for the top and bottom slats.  Apply collage medium or Mod Podge to the wood pallet, smooth the paper on top to adhere, and then cover the piece with another coat of collage medium or Mod Podge to seal the paper and yield a smooth matte finish.

Home with Wagon of Flowers Pallet Sign by Annie Williams for Clear Scraps - Paint Wagon

Paint the Large Wagon Chipboard Embellishment with champagne metallic acrylic paint.  I like to use a soft foam brush for soft and even application.

Home with Wagon of Flowers Pallet Sign by Annie Williams for Clear Scraps - Paint Letters

Using white satin finish acrylic paint and a soft foam brush, apply several thin coats of paint to the Large Home Chipboard Embellishment for a smooth and even finish.

Home with Wagon of Flowers Pallet Sign by Annie Williams for Clear Scraps - Main

Adhere the letters from the Large Home Chipboard Embellishment to the top of the pallet using hot glue for secure adhesion but a little bit a dimension.  Then pop the Large Wagon Chipboard Embellishment up on the bottom of the pallet using foam adhesive.  Tuck pre-formed flowers, die-cut leafy branches, and a few small floral picks into the top of the wagon and secure the entire arrangement to the pallet using hot glue.

I hope you enjoyed this pretty spring décor project and thanks so much for stopping by today.  What would you fill your wagon with?

~ Annie

Additional products used: 12" x 12" scrapbook paper, Distress Collage Medium, Collage Medium Brush, champagne metallic acrylic paint, white satin acrylic paint, pre-formed flowers and leafy floral picks, hot glue gun, foam adhesive

Birthday Cake Card

Hello everyone and welcome to another project.

I am very excited to show you what I have created using some of the new

items from Clear Scraps.

Today's project is a super cute and easy card.

I am using the new Birthday Cake Chipboard Embellishment.


I knew as soon as I got this what I wanted to do with it!!


I started out with making my card base.  I made an A2 size card with the fold at the top.

I added 2 layers of pattern paper that I distressed the edges.

I added a piece of white crocheted lace.


For the cake embellishment I added pattern paper to the back, to make

it look like how a fancy cake would look when covered in fondant.

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I added Nuvo drops to the front of the cake.  The Nuvo drops gave it an icing appearance.

I spread the Nuvo drops like I was coloring the chipboard.

I gave it a very nice thick coat.

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I used a different color on the candles.

To give the flames that flame look, I used gold stickles.

Once I adhered the chipboard piece to my card, I finished it off with

a few flowers and a bow.

Very simple card, but oh so cute!!

Thanks for stopping and see you next time!

Kim :)

Howdy! Country Greetings!


HOWDY!   Today I am excited to share this quick and easy country welcome sign I created with Clear Scraps brand new release using the

Howdy Large Chipboard Embellishment and Deco Wood Shapes! 


I started by covering my pallet with patterned paper.  I then punched holes in the pallet and added jute for hanging. 


I painted my Chipboard HOWDY with black paint and then wrapped jute around an accent point on each letter.  I adhered the letters to my pallet and added a flower for accent.  
Once I was "done" I decided to add jute around the outside of the pallet to finish the welcome sign.  Be sure to check out all the new releases from Clear Scraps. 

Brand New | DIY Love Desktop Wood Word Frame


Hello everyone! Have you seen the new products released this week? They are just awesome and amazing home decors, wood shapes, wood words, embellishments, mascils, and more! Make sure you check them out at Clear Scraps Store

For today project, I used one of the new Desktop Wood Word Frames. 


I started with stamping the sentiment directly on the wood using Memento Luxe Ink Pad with acrylic block. It is a mixed media ink, you can also use any pigment ink that will work on all surfaces.


After the ink dried, I used my wood burning tool to trace the words. Wood burning is one of my favorite technique to work with wood. It gives the wood extra texture.


I traced the wood word and both bases on scrapbook papers. After that, I cut the paper with scissors. And then I used decoupage glue to add the patterned papers on the wood word and base plates. I applied another thin layer on top of the papers to seal them. Set aside to dry.


I added extra wood-burn dots around the heart frame and then added it on top of the heart with wood glue. I embellished it with some mini roses and twine bow. I used glue gun to add them on the wood frame.

I love all the new Desktop Wood Word Frames. They are perfect for desk decor at the office and home, even it will make perfect gift.

Thank you so much for stopping by today. Have a wonderful day.

2020 Mini Shaker Shape

Hello friends! Hope you are enjoying all of the new Clear Scraps products that are being debuted this week!  Today I'm sharing a layout I  created using the new 2020 Mini Shaker Shape!


I  used the Shaker for my title of my page; what a great way to list goals for the coming year!  I  painted the top frame of the Shaker with black paint and adhered patterned paper to the chipboard base. I  then filled with  coordinating sequins from my stash. 


I  typed out a list of items I'd like to achieve (or stop doing) this year with my electric typewriter and patterned paper from the collection I  used.


Here, I  layered embellishments around my photo using pop dots to give dimension. 


I  used a favorite hand punch to create pennants to layer at the top of my photo. To secure, I  added a small staple. 


Thank you for stopping by the blog!  Be sure to check out more inspiration from our design team these next few weeks!  Have a great day!

Additional products used:  patterned paper, die cuts, stickers, flair, chipboard: Cocoa Vanilla Studio; paint: DecoArt; sequins: Teresa Collins Designs; stapler: Tim Holtz; hand punch: Fiskars; cardstock: Bazzill; adhesive: Beacon, Tombow, 3M; sewing machine: Janome; misc: thread, typewriter. 

Cats Meow Deco Wood Shape

Hi ya'll, 

new Design Team member Tami here today with a project I made using the new Deco Wood Shape which comes in a pack of 3 and measures 9 1/2" X 7.

The size is great for creating an art piece for the wall or to display.

I also incorporated another brand spanking new product; the Mini Paw/Heart Shaker, the perfect embellishment to show your love for your favorite pet.


We all love our pets and treat 'em like family, so why not create a special decor piece featuring your favorite furry critter.

First, I adhered a pawprint printed paper to the upper half of the Deco Wood Shape and white cardstock to the bottom half.


For the border, I adhered a row of dot printed paper to a 3/4" piece of brown cardstock and adhered this piece over where the 2 paper on the Deco Wood Shape met.


I used a file to remove excess paper from around the edges.

Next, I stenciled "Sonni" in blue ink on the white cardstock using abc Lower Case Letter Stencils and added a loose outline in black pen.


I used all 4 layers to make the Heart/Paw Shaker.


Here's how I prepped them:

I painted the top layer white and added some loose outlines around the edges to match the letters.

For the bottom solid layer, I cut a piece of coordinating paper to adhere to the paw portion.

I printed a photo and cut it to fit the heart portion of the shaker.

To assemble:

I adhered 2 of the plain chipboard shapes on top of the solid base.

Then I adhered the clear plastic protector piece on back of the painted top piece, and adhered the photo behind it.

I added the blue and white sequins from the Ocean Sequins to the paw portion of the shaker.

Then topped the base with the painted layer with the photo.


The Mini Paw/Heart Shaker was then adhered to the center top of the Deco Wood Shape.


Perfect to display or hang to show off your pet, or you could make one to give as a gift, or both!

You could also just make the Mini Paw/Heart Shaker and add a magnet on the back to display on your fridge.

Thanks for joining me here today.

Please watch the blog for MORE great new products from Clear Scraps as well as fantastic ideas for using them!


Clear Scraps: 3 Piece Deco Wood Shape, Mini Paw/Heart Shaker , ABC Lower Case Letter Stencils and Ocean Sequins

other products: Bo Bunny Printed Paper, ColorBox: Ocean Breeze Crafter's Ink and Stylus & Tips, TCW: Spun Sugar Paint, Beacon: Mixed Media Glue and White and Brown Cardstock



Sweet Baby Card

Hi everyone, Steph Ackerman here with a new post using one of the new Chipboard Shape Embellishments that will be available shortly.


I painted the onesie with two layers of pink pant.  Then I inked the edges with brown ink.

While waiting for the chipboard to dry, I created my card, wrapping ribbon around the layers before adding the panel to the card.  A sweet phrase was stamped, die cut and added to the corner.
The onesie was added to the card with foam adhesives so it had some dimension on the card.
A heart shaped set of pearls was added around the opening.


Change up the colors to blue for a boy and you've got a perfect baby boy card too.

Thanks for stopping by.


Other Supplies:  Prima Paint, Want-2-Scrap pearls, Memento Ink





Brand New Wood Flip Flops

Hey, Clear Scraps friends!!
I am so excited to share with you one of the new releases featuring these adorable XL Wood Flip Flops!

I followed an acrylic painting tutorial on youtube to create this beautiful moonlit beach-scape.

Before I did that though, I applied gesso to the flip flops and let it dry. That way the acrylic would flow easier over the wood.

Once that dried I painted the scene on the background.


I lined up where I wanted the strap to lie, and then painted it to match the background, making it appear 3D-ish.
Once that dried, I used my crop o dile to punch small holes underneath the tip of the straps so I could create a wall hanging. Tie your twine through the holes, then adhere the straps to the flip flops using a good liquid adhesive.

I had started off with the idea of adding in the brand NEW chipboard umbrella and a beach chair or adding a quote along the lines of "The Beach is my Happy place", but I couldn't bring myself to cover up any of the scenery. I think it looks so cool hanging on my wall.
Stay tuned for more awesome inspiration!!

Leah Crowe

Winter Scalloped Square Album

Hello and happy Monday! It's Jennifer on the blog to share a winter themed album using the Scalloped Square Album.  And I'm going to share a couple of techniques I  used! 


I  thought the Mittens Chipboard Embellishments would be a cute accent on the chrome book rings! I  attached them by punching holes in the top ends and strung bakers twine through to affix around my ribbon. 


I  first painted my chipboard with chalk paint in off white.  I  then used embossing ink and glitter embossing powder to give them an extra shine. 


I  wanted to add some dimension to my front page as well as allow more of my acrylic to be seen. Using the Snowflake 4x6 Stencil and modeling paste on the right half of my front cover. 


Here is a close up of the end result!  I  added patterned paper and embellishments to the left half of the front cover.  


For each page, I   cut my background page 5.5 x 5.5 inches ensuring each side lines up.  I  matted my photos on white cardstock and added embellishments. 








Thank you for stopping by the blog today!  Be sure to check back for what Clear Scraps will be debuting at Creativation this year!  Have a great day!

Additional products used:  patterned paper, die cuts, chipboard, enamel dots, washi tape, decorative bows: Simple Stories; cardstock: Bazzill; bakers twine: Whisker Graphics; paint: Plaid; embossing ink: Ranger; embossing powder: Recollections; metal charm: Tim Holtz; mini clothespin: American Crafts; misc: ribbon, chrome book rings. 

Clear Scraps Flashback Faves Round 2!

Hello all!  Laura back with you today for a

double-dip of a few more flashback favorites!

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It's all about the holidays and seasons, starting

with this printers tray for St. Patrick's Day!

Love creating home decor using the Clear Scraps

Printer Tray Frames and this one is one of my faves!

Want to see all the different printer's trays in

the Clear Scraps store?  Find them all HERE.

And if you'd like a little more info on this project,

you'll find it all on THIS POST.

Another fave is this one that is patriotic home

decor project that starts with one of the DIY Pallets.

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This could be displayed for Memorial Day, 4th of July,

anytime you want to show some red, white and blue spirit!

The Clear Scraps Mini Shaker Star, 4x6 Star Stencil and

Winter Sequins add plenty of patriotic sparkle and shine.

If you want to see all the project info, you'll find it HERE.

So many choices, I love making seasonal crafty goodness,

but this card makes the cut for a fave, just because it looks

great but was simple to make with the 4x6 Plaid stencil.

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Who knew a little stencil could have such a big impact?

You can find ALL the fun stencils available HERE

If you'd like the tutorial on this card, look HERE.

I can't end this flashback favorite set of posts without

including my #1 favorite project of the last year.

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I used the Clear Scraps Beach XL Wood Word Frame

and decorated it up with paint, stamps, and bright

fun patterned paper and chipboard embellishments.

Love that it's a fun piece to display during the summer,

and also to remember some great memories!  Want to

check out all the choices available? Find them HERE.

And the blog post with the creative details is HERE.

Thanks for joining me for this flashback of faves!

Stop back soon, amazing new goodies on their way!