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Clear Scraps Back to School layout + card

Hello! It's Jennifer and I'm back to share not one but two back to school Clear Scraps projects with you!  Plus, I've included tutorials on techniques I used!  


First up I used the  Regular Send It Clear Card and  one of the Small Star Clear Shapes.


Here's now I created my card!

1. First, I took the left and right flap of the Send It Clear card and embossed with a chevron embossing folder


2. Next, I used Ranger Alcohol ink in Pool to color the entire card:


3. I then took a Gelato from Faber Castell in Banana and rubbed it directly on the edges of the flaps. I then took my finger to spread the color.


4. Next, I took the Small Star Clear Shape and colored it with Ranger Alcohol ink in Butterscotch:


5.  I then took Viva Pearl in Silver and dotted the edges of the star


6. I then embellished my card with paper, chipboard, bakers twine, and a few wooden veneer shapes! 

Next, I have a layout I created with a Clear Scraps 12x12 Acrylic Sheet , 6 inch Numbers Mascil, and Memories Expressions Clear Word Title.


I took the 12x12 Acrylic sheet and laid the Numbers Mascil in the top left hand corner. I used Ranger Alcohol ink in Slate to color the acrylic.


I also colored the Memories Clear Expressions Word Title with a Gelato in Banana. Just like the card, I rubbed the color directly onto the acrylic.  


You can see more photos of my projects on my blog by going here.  Also, have you checked out the new Mascils in the Clear Scrap shop?  Thanks for stopping by and have a great day!

Additional products used:  patterned paper, number clip, chipboard:  Farmhouse Paper; bakers twine:  Whisker Graphics; buttons: Basic Grey; stamps: American Crafts; Hero Arts; letter stickers: October Afternoon, Basic Grey; chipboard letters: American Crafts, Girls Paperie; enamel dots: My Mind's Eye; journaling spot: October Afternoon; ink: Ranger Ink; embossing folder: Sizzix; misc: typewriter, Cameo Silhouette, sewing machine, thread. 


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These are awesome Jennifer!

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