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Home decor using Expressions!

                     Greetings Clear Scraps Fans!

Today I'm sharing a fun home decor project you can hang or place on a shelf. 

I used the Expressions large Clear Scraps word Love!

Here's the list of items to get ready to start the project.

Modeling paste, stencil, ink, paper, paint, crackeling paint, and a stamp!

I used the Clear Scraps 6x6 Diamonds mascils/stencil  on the L and added some modeling paste.


Clear Scraps 6x6 Diamonds mascils/stencil 


For  the background color. Faber-Castell big brush pen.


The paint I used on the dried modeling paste is from Plaid in pink.


For the O I used  DCWV Woven paper and adhere the paper with glue dots.

I used Tim Holtz distres ink. 


Here's a close up!

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The stamping on the V I used a  Prima script stamp, and StazOn black ink.


 Here's a close up!


For the E I added the white Gesso and


Viva crackle paint in white for the crackeling effect.


Here's a close up!


I then dabbed some Plaid pink paint over the entire E and distress it using

theFaber-Castell Big brush pen. 


To finish the project I added a chipbaord frame on the O  from my stash and I

used yelllow Gelato and distressed the edges using the Tim Holtz distress ink. 

The rhinestones are from DCWV. The floral stem is from prima, and the key, feathers,

and berries are from my stash.

The butterfly I traced and cut from the clear acrylic sheets from Clear Scraps!

I love these sheeets for when I want a embellishments I can't find or I don't have!

I use these a lot using my die cuts!

Did you know Clear Scraps has a large variety of Expressions in other titles and in small too?!

Here's the link to see many other variety of Expressions clear word titles!

Thank you for visiting the blog today!

Havea Blessed day!

Michelle Hodges


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