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Spring Vacation Layout

Hello everyone!  Jennifer here to share a layout I created using pieces of the Clearly Accent Embellishments and Expression Clear Word Titles.  For spring break, my kids and I did a quick trip to Chicago for an overnight stay in a hotel.  I caught this cute photo of them in the hot tub and wanted to use it for my project.

 

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I first used the 6x6 Chicken Wire Mascil on the corners of my cardstock and sprayed with Dylusions in Lemon Zest.  I then used the 6x6 Numbers Mascil and painted in the center of the page as a background (can you tell I LOVE our Mascils?). 

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After placing my patterned paper and photos, I used the Vacation  Expression Clear Word Title as well as a Clearly Accent Bird (from the Bird and Cage set).  I colored them both with alcohol inks from Ranger. 

 

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Here are a couple close ups of the the different effects created with the Mascils on my layout:

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I finished my layout by adhering it to one of the Clear Scrap 12x12 acrylic sheets. 

Thanks for stopping by today! Hope this inspires you to do some creating with our fun products! Be sure to visit the shop where you can find all these and much more! 

 

 

Additional products used: patterned paper:  Basic Grey, Studio Calico; paint and ink:  Ranger;  stamps and letters: American Crafts; bakers twine: Whisker Graphics; wooden veneer pieces: Studio Calico, washi tape: Freckled Fawn

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Lori Batronis

Absolutely love it!! I need some of the mascils.

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