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Some CHA Goodness!

New Basketball Chip Album

It's almost time for CHA and that means new product reveals!  I hope you've been enjoying seeing the fun new releases from Clear Scraps! Our design team is having a blast creating with all these Clear Scraps goodies! 

Today I am sharing a fun mini album I created with the new Basketball Chip Album. This mini is perfect to document all of those action shots of your basketball star! 



The cover of the album has open slots so you can show through your first page, or do as I did and insert different patterned paper in each slot. I used the cover as my pattern to trace each piece. Before adhering the individual pieces, I glued a solid piece to the backside of the cover.


I used my journaling pen to trace around each individual piece of patterned paper to help it stand out. 


Each page, I used liquid adhesive to affix the paper to the chipboard. I then carefully trimmed around the edges followed by using my sanding tool to take care of any excess paper.


This album is big enough to fit 4x6 photos with a little trimming! 






Thanks for reading today! You can check out the Clear Scraps shop to see all of the new products including this album! And be sure to follow us on Facebook to see updates from CHA in Anaheim starting this weekend! 

Have a great day!



Additional products used: patterned paper, letter stickers, chipboard, buttons, flair: October Afternoon; bakers twine: Whisker Graphics; metal star and arrow, washi tape: Freckled Fawn; wooden veneer pieces, star sequins:  Studio Calico; enamel dots:  My Mind's Eye, Teresa Collins Designs; chipboard frame: Crate Paper;  stamp, journaling pen: American Crafts; ink: Ranger Ink;  misc: ribbon, vellum, thread, electric typewriter.



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