"Courage" acrylic expression
Christmas Sun Catcher By Pinky!

Give Thanks!!!

Happy Sunday everyone!!!  Hope you all had a good thanksgiving!!  Right about now is when I get kind of tired eating left overs :), turkey soup, turkey sandwich and turkey casserole. It is the only time of the year that I prepare turkey dinner and so we really look forward to it But even then, I'm really ready to move on :) Anyhow, we have  so many things to be thankful for,  We give thanks for life - the freedom to enjoy it all!!!

For todays project,  I created this "Thanks" Clear Scraps Large Pennant Banners.  I love  banners, you can make one for any occasion. It's Great holiday decor!  I don't think I'll get tired using banners on my projects anytime yet!


I started by tracing and cutting pennant shape on my papers (sprayed with several color of  glimmer mist) then attached it under the acrylics; I used a punch to make different color borders for each pennants and attached on top of the acrylics (this is a good way to hide adhesive ).  I think the big sticker letters are perfect for this project. Then I added few more embellishments and ribbons to to finish it.


Other supplies used: Tim Holtz Papers, Tattered Angel Glimmer Mists, Core'dinations Cardstock, Ki Memories Doilies, May Art Ribbons and Making Memories Large Vinyl Letters.


Thank you so much for stopping by and checking us out here at Clear Scraps!!!



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Awesome job, love your projects, they are so onspirational


LOVE this Adora!!


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a user of web thus from now I am using net for posts, thanks to web.

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