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Window cards with Clear Scraps acrylic

Frosty Acrylics

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Ready to frost up your acrylic pages? It's really very simple. All you need are some acrylic paints and Fun Flocks. I've used Clear Scraps XL shape circle to create this page.  


To create the frosted flower frame on the edge of this page, simply use a flower die-cut card stock or pattern paper as a mask and start masking with some white acrylic paints. Use a foam brush and the dabbing motion while masking. (Tip: not to thin your acrylic paint with water. Try to keep the consistency of the acrylic paint thick)

Then, use the same technique  and some die cut snowflakes and stars to mask all over the page. Add some Ranger Stickles and Ranger Liquid Pearls for more shinny effect.

The next fun step to frost up your page is to apply some Fun Flock on the edges of your photographs and other embellishments. To create more frosty look to the page, try creating some flowers or other embellishment using vellum and a white doodling pen. 

This is such a fun technique that everyone can do! Try frosting your clear ornaments, clear Christmas mini albums, clear Christmas decorations, clear candle holders and etc with this technique. You'll love it! 

Irene Tan

ClearScraps DT Member   


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That's GORGEOUS, Irene! Lovely work!

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