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You Are My Happy: Mixable Cutie Album

Hello Clear Scraps friends! Jennifer here today to show a mini album I created with the new Mixable Cutie Album!  This fun book measures 5.75x7 inches with cascading pages that alternate between chipboard and acrylic! 





I covered the front acrylic page with patterned paper and embellishments. I love how it is smaller so that the rest of the book is visible.


A close up of the front cover: I used Teresa Collins Designs' You Are My Happy Collection.  I thought it went perfect with my family photos.



On the inside of my front cover, I used a hexagon cut file from my Silhouette for the background.  I then adhered it to the same patterned paper to give it dimension.


For this page, I wanted to leave a portion of the chipboard showing. I accented the edges by using a white paint pen. 




On this acrylic page, I only added my photo plus the sticker tab. Using my 6 inch Chicken Wire Mascil and Art Anthology's Dimensional Paint, I added this fun effect to the top right corner.


 Here is a close up of what I did with my Mascil! I love that you can use them with so many different types of art mediums!



The backside of the same page is mirrored with another photo with the paint showing through!



Again, I used my white paint pen to line the edges of my chipboard page.



Thank you for stopping by today! Check out the Clear Scraps shop to see this and three more new Mixable Albums! 

Additional products used:  patterned paper, die cuts, stickers, decorative brads, sequins, enamel dots, decorative pin:  Teresa Collins Designs; gold heart pin, date stamp: American Crafts; staples:  Tim Holtz; wooden veneers: Studio Calico; ribbon: Hug Snug;   misc:  thread, Silhouette, metal rings, typewriter




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