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Holiday Ideas & Projects By PINKY!

Hey there CS friends, It's Pinky today with a couple of Holiday Projects to share.

First of all this is a frame I found at Goodwill for 1.99 with a 50% off discount- so I decided to turn it into a fancy holiday dry erase board using Clear Scraps!

Xyron Holiday Fun Board Clear Scraps Pinky Hobbs1

 

All I had to do was take every out of the frame leaving only the back support and the wood frame- then spray paint it gold.

 Measure each "window pane" and trim out a piece of Clear Scraps acrylic just slightly larger, then adhere paper behind it. 

Xyron Holiday Fun Board Clear Scraps Pinky Hobbs3

 After that I adhered each dry erase pane separately to create cute little dry erase windows. I glittered and adhered some lettering and slowflakes with plenty of glitter and attached  a hanger to the back! 

Holiday Fun Memo Board Dry Erace Clear Scraps Xyron Crate Paper01

Holiday Fun Memo Board Dry Erace Clear Scraps Xyron Crate Paper02

Holiday Fun Memo Board Dry Erace Clear Scraps Xyron Crate Paper11

Xyron Holiday Fun Board Clear Scraps Pinky Hobbs4

Xyron Holiday Fun Board Clear Scraps Pinky Hobbs2

 

It's a great time to go Goodwill hunting to make a special gift for a friend or holiday decor! ANY frame paired with Clear Scraps will create a gorgeous dry erase board, you could even make half the panes chalkboard!

 Now I also wanted to share the new Creating Made Easy Kit with you for a special reason today- not only because it is an INCREDIBLE KIT! But also because every single kit will include instructions to this very project!

Clear Scraps Christmas Frame Paint Glitter Pinky Hobbs11

 

Here is the featured project and it was a joy to make. 

Basically if you buy the kit you get a free class with it.

So check out the December kit before it sells out!

http://www.clearscraps.com/category_s/83.htm

 

Products Used for Holiday Fun Window: Clear Scraps 12X12 Acrylic sheet, Crate paper, Xyron, Gold Spray Paint, Maya Roas Alphas, Joanns Glitter.

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