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Back to School with Acrylic Numbers and Circle Mascil

 Hello! It's Jennifer and I'm back to share another layout with you featuring some fun Clear Scraps products!  I love that you can incorporate them into any project to fit your style!  Since September is the month when most kids go back to school, I created this back to school themed page using the Acrylic Numbers and the 6 Inch Circle Mascil.  

 My "5" comes from the  Acrylic Alphabet and Numbers set shown here:




 I colored my mumber with Ranger Alcohol ink in Red Pepper. After adhering it to my page, I used a 03 American Crafts black journaling pen and outlined the outside.  


Before adhereing my paper and embellishments, I laid the 6 Inch Circle Mascil onto my cardstock and sprayed lightly with Tattered Angels in Wheat.   Here is a close up of the effect: 


Here are some additional photos of my layout.  I added decorative brads and a doily (also sprayed with ink mist). 




 I added more brads as well as enamel dots around my pennant banner. 


Thanks for stopping by the blog today! I hope this inspires you to do some creating with Clear Scraps! You can visit the shop by clicking here!  Have a great day!


Additional products used:  patterned paper, decorative brads: Simple Stories, enamel dots: Teresa Collins Designs, My Mind's Eye; rubber letter stickers, journaling pen: American Crafts; stamp: Studio Calico, ink, kraft tag: Ranger; arrow cut file: Silhouette; bakers twine: Whisker Graphics; pennant punch: Marvy Uchida; misc:  thread, sewing machine, doily.


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Fabulous layout!

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