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Clipboard Mini Album

Hello! It's Jennifer and my turn on the blog today and I'm sharing a fun project I've been wanting to create for some time.  Ever since the Acrylic Clipboards were released I thought how they would make a perfect base for a mini album!  Using the Small Regular Portrait Clipboard, I added pages of patterned paper for my book!  





The Mixers are another one of my favorite Clear Scrap products! Here, I added an embossed Butterfly Mixer to my page to accent! 




For my next page, I created a window using my die cut machine, a 12x12 Acrylic sheet, the 6 Inch Diamonds Mascil, and some modeling paste and glitter.  


First, I cut the Acrylic Sheet to 4 by 4 inches and placed my Mascil over the top (securing with washi tape). 




I then applied a thin layer of modeling paste ensuring to spread evenly across the acrylic. Before drying, I lightly sprinkled glitter to add some shimmer. You can also use spray ink as well!  I adhered my cut out heart patterned paper over the acrylic to create my window! 









FYI, I cut each of my pages leaving enough room to score in one inch at the top. This ensures each page folds up under the clip!  





Thank you for stopping by today!  If you haven't already used the Clipboards, you must check out the many varieties in the Clear Scraps shop!  I promise you won't be disappointed! 
Have a wonderful day!

Additional products used:  patterned paper, chipboard, stickers, die cuts: Crate Paper; washi tape: Freckled Fawn, Queen and Co; wooden veneer: Evalicious; stamp: American Crafts; ink: Ranger; adhesive: Beacon, Tombow; misc: doily, thread, sewing machine, Cameo Silhouette, buttons, paperclip.  


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