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Surfing The Internet In Search of Clear Scraps...

I have been seeing soooo many fabulous Clear Scraps projects all across the world wide web. I think they are very inspiring, and I thought you would probably enjoy seeing some of them too! Especially if you are looking for gift ideas!

Stacy Julian has shared an album she made using a NEW exclusive album by Clear Scraps.

Cathy Schellenberg, one of our very own Clear Scraps design team members, has shared quite a few projects using Clear Scraps acrylics. You can click here to see her adorable "Princess" Clear Scraps album,  or you can  click here to see her "Car Games" Clear Scraps Album,  or you can click here to see her puppy dog themed bone shaped acrylic album. All of these projects include clear (haha!) step by step instructions that Cathy has provided so that you can see exactly how to make these projects.

Layle Koncar  incorporated Clear Scraps products into her  Ali Edwards - inspired Daily December mini book.

Karrie Baker has shared some adorable star-shaped ornaments using Clear Scraps acrylic stars.

One more important thing I wanted to mention. We've all heard the old saying, "It's better to give than receive", and I think most people would agree that there is truth in that. I just came across a blog post about an  internet food drive sponsored by Cocoa Daisy. Interestingly enough, these ladies have thought of a way to make giving even more fun for the food drive participants. Donating food for the food drive could win you some really cool prizes- including some gorgeous  Clear Scraps prize packages! Lots of other scrapbooking manufacturers have also contributed prizes. I hope you will take the time to check out this most worthwhile collaborative effort.

Thanks so much for dropping by! Hope you are having a lovely and creative day.
Posted by: Amy Solovay


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