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Happy Valentines Day fellow acrylic lovers!  Kay here with a layout made especially for Valentine's.  For this page I had the opportunity to work with two new products from Clear Scraps--the Hearts Acrylic Border & the 6" Chicken Wire  mascil!  

This would be my husband & I on our wedding day almost 6 years ago.  This layout received it's title from the song that was playing when this photo was taken.  My husband made a special request to our DJ for the song 'Your Everything' by Keith Urban & dedicated it to me.  It was a surprise for me since I didn't know he was planning on doing this.  This is my husband at his best.  :-)

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The 6" Chicken Wire mascil was placed on both corners of my page & misted with Graphite Glimmer Mist & just a hint of My Bleeding Heart Coloringz by Shimmerz .


For the Hearts Acrylic Border, I first highlighted the edges with a Sharpie Black Oil Based Paint pen.  I then colored the border with a combination of Red Pepper & Silver alcohol inks.  Finally, I stamped the word 'love.' onto my hearts with black Staz On ink.  Always remember to use solvent inks & permanent markers when working with acrylic.  Using any other kind of inks or markers will cause your work to smear.

As always, you can find more details & close ups of this page on my blog.  May you all continue to enjoy the rest of Valentine's Day.  Don't forget that Valentine's Day is not just for couples--it's a day to celebrate love--all kinds of love!  So besides giving your special someone some extra TLC today, don't forget to share a bit of love with your family, friends & even your pets!  Enjoy the rest of the week...

Kay Fatula - Clear Scraps Design Team


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how gorgeous!!!!!

Elena Olinevich

Totally awesome, you've made such a stunning work here

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