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Layout + card with Cloud Mixers

Hello Clear Scraps friends! Jennifer here today to share two projects I created using the new Cloud Mixers.  The Mixers are one of my favorite new releases! I love that you can use them as a stencil AND embellishment! 

First up, is a layout I created using Cloud Mixers and the 12x12 Cloud Mascil.

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Using a spray ink from Tattered Angels, I lightly spritzed my cardstock. 

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Here is a close up on one of the "clouds".   One of the great things about using the 12 inch Mascils is that you can cover an entire page. 

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I used two of the Mixers under a portion of my title.  One cloud is embossed using the Craftwell Delicate Dot embossing folder. 

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Since I had one leftover cloud, I decided to create a card! I first adhered the sunburst cut file to the front of my card and stitched through.  I again embossed the Cloud Mixer; this time using Teresa Collins' Craftwell Honeycomb embossing folder.

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I finished by adding a title cut from the Silhouette and yellow cardstock. I also added a few sequins and enamel dots to accent!

 

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Thank you for stopping by today! I hope this inpires you to do some crafting with the Mixers! I promise you will love them! Have a great day!

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Additional products used:  patterned paper: Studio Calico, Basic Grey; cardstock: Bazzill; sequins: Teresa Collins Designs; enamel dots: Twine and Ink; wood veneer hearts: Studio Calico; letters: Jillibean Soup; stamp, washi tape: Crate Paper; ink: Ranger; misc: thread, sewing machine, eBosser, Cameo Silhouette.

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