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Clear Scraps Mascil tutorial with Jennifer

Hello! Jennifer here today to show how you can use the new and fun Mascils on not only acrylic, but also patterned paper. 

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First, I placed one of the Clear Scraps 12x12 acrylic sheets onto my craft mat. Then, using the 6x6 Chicken Wire Mascil, I lightly sprayed it with spray ink (here I used Dylusions from Ranger).  I placed the Mascil onto the top left corner of the acrylic sheet and then applied a thin coat of paint which gives a beautiful effect.

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After cleaning the Mascil and allowing it to dry, I placed it on the bottom right corner of my patterned paper.  This time I only used my spray ink. I love how versatile Mascils are: you can use them on practically any type of surface! 


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You can purchase this Mascil and many more different designs in the Clear Scraps shop! And don't forget to check out the blog for more inspiration from our designers! Thanks for stopping by!

Additional products used:  patterned paper, buttons,chipboard, rhinestone button, die cuts: Teresa Collins; wooden veneer arrow: Studio Calico; title: Silhouette Studio; stamp: American Crafts; ink: Ranger 






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Julie A. Shearer

These are so great . I can't wait to try one . TFS .

Christine Meyer

Whoa this is way cool! Love it Jennifer!


Love that you used acrylic, it looks so neat Jennifer.


love the technique and the overall project!


Must try this soon! I love the way it looks!

Elena Olinevich

such a cool background you've created. love it

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