Acrylic Embellishment
Baby Box - Adora

Chevron Border Mascil and Banner Mixer Layout

Hello!  It's almost Mother's Day here in the US! Today I'm happy to share a layout I created using the new Chevron Border Mascil and the Banner Mixer.  I wanted to incorporate the gold trend that's been hot in the industry so let me show you how I created my page!  


Using washi tape to secure my Border Mascil to my cardstock, I lightly misted with Gold Color Shine.  I used a paper towel to lightly dab my page before lifting the Mascil off the cardstock.   


 And here is what it looks like after drying. I cut strips of different patterned papers and adhered them to the edge.  



Do you have left over rub-ons from a favorite collection?  I never seem to use all of them up! I cut my rub-ons into smaller pieces and placed them over my Banner Mixer.  This is a great way to add some accent to your acrylic!  


 If the edges aren't perfect, simply smooth with your finger or you can lightly sand with a sanding tool.  




 More photos of my page!  I love this picture of me and my kids! Rarely do I get in front of the camera; I'm always the one taking the photos.  This particular Mother's Day was the last my own mom was alive, so it makes me realize even more that we all need to document ourselves with our loved ones! 




 So, I challenge you this week to get in front of the camera!  We don't have to look perfect; we just have to be present!  Have a great day and thanks for stopping by!



Additional products used:  paper, die cuts, rub ons: Crate Paper; enamel dots: Teresa Collins and Crate Paper; spray ink: Heidi Swapp; misc: thread, sewing machine.  


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