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Thankful card + layout: Happy Thanksgiving!

Happy Thanksgiving to all of our Clear Scraps friends!  We are so very thankful for you!

  Today, I'm happy to share a card I created with the Regular Send It Clear Card and 6 Inch Chicken Wire MascilSEI was nice enough to give our design team a pack of their fall collection Yesteryear which goes perfect with today's theme!



After adhering my patterned paper to the right and left flaps, I used my Chicken Wire Mascil and Heidi Swapp Color Shine in Silver. Can you tell my Mascil is well loved?? It's one of my absolute favorites to use!



And here is end result! Love this!



I cut my title from the Silhouette and white cardstock then lightly spritzed it with Tattered Leather from Tattered Angels.  Next, I added some of the cute embellishments that coordinate with the Yesteryear Sundries.




And on the inside, I added a die cut sentiment from SEI, as well as canvas pennants from their collection.


I again used my Chicken Wire Mascil to color one of the pennants:



Being in the thankful mood, I also created this layout using the 6 Inch Circle Mascil and the Silver Color Shine.  I really love how using a light mist with your favorite Mascil can create a fun background!



Here is a close up of the circles:



You can view more photos of this layout by going to my blog here

Wishing you a wonderful and blessed day! Thanks for stopping by! 



Additional products used:  patterned paper, decorative brads, chipboard:  Teresa Collins Designs; sequins:  Teresa Collins Designs and SEI; ink:  Ranger, Tattered Angels;  cardstock:  Bazzill, stamp:  American Crafts





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