Clear Scraps **featuring Tombow**
Christmas Ornaments (Clear Scraps + Tombow project)

Christmas is coming...***Featuring Tombow***

Actually in some ways it feel a bit like it has already been here. When we received our most recent design team boxes from Clear Scraps I couldn't wait to see what was inside. First, and obviously so was a ton of BRAND SPANKIN' new Clear Scraps. Bet you wish I could show it all to you huh? Well, that is going to have to wait a while, right now it's all a big secret. One of the many other items that were in those boxes was a lovely little pile of Tombow adhesives. WOW! There was a lot...they were so generous with us! I put it right to the test making the following card.


I used the Tombow Permanent Adhesive roller to adhere my paper to the card base and then I used Tombow Mono Aqua Liquid glue to adhere my Clear Scraps Decorative Frame to the card and to apply my chipboard centerpiece to my snowflake. 

Wondering how I made my Clear Scraps Decorative Frame look like that? First, I stamped white snowflakes on the backside of it with white Staz On ink. After that dried I painted around the inside of the frame with red paint, once again on the backside of the frame. 

Other products used:

Cardstock: Bazzill, Patterned Paper: Cosmo Cricket Mitten Weather (chipboard centerpiece from this line as well), Stamps: Basic Grey and Papertrey Ink, Dies: Spellbinders, Vintage Safety Pin: Making Memories.

Thanks for taking a peek,

Tonya Dirk, Clear Scraps Design Team Member


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Nice card Tonya! Thank you for sharing...


This is just beautiful. Love all the details and colors.

hilde janbroers

wow, wonderful card!!


oooh luv this idea..

Erica K

That is absolutely gorgeous!!! I would never have thought to paint the frame like that!

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