Hello! It's Jennifer and I'm back to share a layout I created using the 12 inch Chevron Mascil as well as the Chevron Acrylic Border. Chevrons are probably my favorite pattern...I love that they are on trend in the designing world! Since we are celebrating pets at Clear Scraps this month, I did a layout featuring my beloved pug Max. We rescued him about two years ago and he is 100% personality!
I first placed my Mascil over a white piece of cardstock. I then lightly misted a few areas with spray ink. You can go as light or heavy as you like. Don't be afraid to play around and find out what looks good to you! Here you can see variations of the ink. I then placed my letter stickers over the top for journaling.
At the top of my page, I lightly adhered my Chevron Border with some liquid adhesive. I then secured it with a couple staples. I left my acrylic "bare" but you can easily add alcohol ink or acrylic paint to color!
Thanks for stopping by today! If you haven't checked out Clear Scraps' new website you must! Also, go see all of the different Mascils and Acrylic embellishments! There are lots to choose from! Have a great day!
Additional products used: patterned paper, die cuts, stickers, letter stickers: Fancy Pants Designs; spray ink: October Afternoon; flair: Panda Eight Designs; enamel dots: My Mind's Eye; stamp: Teresa Collins Designs; ink: Ranger; misc: thread, sewing machine.