Clear Scraps Design Team Call Spring 2014!

A Tutorial with Clear Scraps new Wire Mixer

Hey good morning Clear Scraps fans...Guiseppa here!  How have you enjoyed seeing all the projects with Clear Scrap's new products? Love them...right?

Today I would like to share with you an easy tutorial using the new Wire Mixer.  


The new Mixers are awesome.  they can be used as a mask, as a clear embellishment  and the negative space can also be used as a mask on your projects.  I used mine as a mask.  Now, just to let you know, I left the clear plastic film on my Wire Mixer so that I could use it again as a clear embellishment...getting the most out of my acrylic!  Here is what you need:

Perfect Pearls


Versa Mark

Molding Paste



Wire Mixer

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Lay your Wire Mixer where you would like it.

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Using your spatula, spoon out some molding paste.

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Start applying and fill in all spaces.  Repeat steps if you want to apply on more than one place on your project.

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Make sure you let it dry completely.  You can use a heat gun to speed up the drying process.  

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Next, grab your Versa Mark and dab and press down lightly onto your masked image.

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Sprinkle on your Perfect Pearls.

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Use your brush to dust off the excess.

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It will leave a shimmery finish.  The molding paste gives it texture and dimension too.

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Here is a look at how my layout turned out.

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How fun..right?  I love these new Mixers and I hope you will too!  You can find them in the Clear Scraps Store! Thanks for stopping by!







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Kelli Fortier

Love this technique!! I am so giving this a shot!!

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