Good morning everyone! Nancy here today to share with you a sweet little Cupcake Keychain album I made for my niece. As a new Kindergarten student she is making new friends and I wanted to create something for her to remember these new relationships.
I kept the album simple using just a bit of stickles and a few buttons and flowers. And, by placing the photos in between the acrylic pages and the paper, I was able to ensure that the photos would go untouched and last just a bit longer than might otherwise happen with one so young.
Hi again friends, it's Pinky today with another use for Clear Scraps acrylic, these are Popcorn Treat Boxes for the classroom and a card for the teacher too.
I used my Silhouette to cut the Gable Boxes out- then I inserted Clear Scraps acrylic into the front and back so it would hold small popcorn (or smaller candy would work) and each child in the classroom gets his or her own box!
These were so easy and fun to make.
I then created a Halloween card using the Clear Scraps acrylic as well.
The Clear Scraps acrylic makes a wonderful touch, making it MORE useful and definitely makes it stand out.
So I used the leftover papers I had from the kit (the kits are phenominal!).
One of the stickers included in the kit had a measurement cheat sheet, so I definitely used that one, then I created a Recipe Notes magnet as well because I always substitute buttermilk with vinegar and milk, etc....
I also added a dishwasher magnet that says "Dirty Dishes" simply because if I am going to make a set I might as well coordinate them all.
And here is the original album I created on the Creating Made Easy Blog
Hello Clear Scraps fans! It's Irene here and I would like to share with you all an acrylic card which I've created using Clear Scraps Scallop Send It Clear card. To keep the card interesting, I've left most part of the front flaps to be see-through.
One way to decorate but still keep the see-throughness is by using stamps. You can stamp details onto acrylic by using solvent or permanent ink. This way, you can have tons of details on the front flaps without taking the see-throughness away.
Hi Clear Scraps fans! Thank you for popping by today during our Echo Park days! I have a super fun mini album to share using the Simple Life line from Echo Park and our Mason Jar mini album.
I just loved putting together this little mini to immortalize my love of coffee and some of my favorite snaps of it. For starters, I did alter the album by using my Tim Holtz Tonic scissors to cut off the top of the album...it was the entire part that looked like the threads of the jar and what I was left with looks just like a coffee mug, I was so happy! Here's a look at my favorite page where I created a little pocket using a Starbucks coffee sleeve with a wonderful Oprah quote on it. My journaling is on the tag tucked into the pocket.
I do have full pictures of the entire mini on My Blog today so if you'd like to see the whole project, please do stop by! Thank you so much for checking out the Clear Scraps blog today and have a wonderful day!
Hello everyone and happy Friday!! Hope you all had a good week and a great weekend to come, but anyhoo good or not so good, it's all behind us now and just look forward to another great week.:) This is Adora and today I am sharing this album of our yearly spring break mini vacation with my sister, nieces and my son, Miguel. Also, Clear Scraps and Echo Park are teaming up together for a fun and creative week. So stay tuned all week long and more........
Hi everyone! Nancy here today to share with you a fun mini album I created using the Sassy Mixable 8x8 album and the gorgeous new Echo Park Collection, Simple Life.
I filled the Sassy Mini Album with the wonderfully fun and bright Echo Park papers and bits of flowers and lace. The beautiful acrylic pages allow the fun embellishments from the collection and papers to peek through the other pages, while the shaped chipboard helps break things up for a more cohesive look.
Today we are so happy to have Connie and Sue on the blog with their creativity using Echo Park and Clear Scraps!
First up is Connie....
Hi, Connie here with a project using the Mini Arrow Album by Clear Scraps and Echo Park (SimpleLife) pattern paper. I know you think a mini album is coming, but it's not. I took the Mini Arrow Album apart and made Place Seating cards for the "grands". Take a look~
When I started creating with this super cute mini, all I saw was a house not an arrow, so that is how this project came about. It is all held together with Beacon 3-IN-1 glue, keeping everything in place.
The acrylic house is sitting on a vintage milk cap for added charm!
And to think it all started with this cute Mini Arrow Album!
I did a little happy dance when I realized the pocket page images fit Clear Scraps Recipe Stand perfectly! I used a mix of the pocket page images and pattern paper to cover all the chipboard.
I used the 6" Stripes Mascil to add Embossing Paste to the Small Star Embellishments. While it was still wet I sprinkled glitter on and tapped off the extra. I layered them through out the mini book on the acetate pages.
I loved the matching stickers in the Echo Park Simple Life Collection and used them to decorate both the pages and tabs on the acrylic dividers.