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Bloom: Clear Scraps Garden Acrylic Border

Hello friends! Jennifer here today on the blog to share a layout I created using the Garden Acrylic Border and the 6 inch Wood Grain Mascil.  Warmer weather has hit Central Illinois which puts me in the mood to do some spring scrapping! 




Here's how I embellished my acrylic border! First I applied a small amount of alcohol ink to the applicator. I use small circles to cover the entire face of the acrylic. You can also use a "dabbing" motion. 




After drying (which is quick!),  I used washi tape to secure my Mascil in place.  Using modeling paste, I applied a small amount and spread in a downward motion until even.  I did the same process for the top of the border as well. You can always use a 12 inch Mascil but I wanted the more fine details of the 6 inch. 




Here are some close ups of my acrylic border! I added in a few coordinating brads, sequins, and stickers.




And here are a couple shots of the rest of my layout!



Thank you for stopping by today! Check out the Clear Scraps shop for these and many more products! What is your favorite acrylic border?  Have a great day!



Additional products used:  patterned paper, stickers, brads, chipboard, buttons, sequins, gold paper clip, modeling paste: Teresa Collins Designs; stapler: Teresa Collins for Xyron; journaling pen: American Crafts; alcohol ink: Ranger Ink; misc:  thread, doily, sewing machine, Cameo Silhouette. 




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