February Tag by Connie!
Best Friends Scallop Chipboard.

Scallop Phone Stand

Hello friends! Jennifer here today with one of the newest Clear Scraps products, the Scallop Phone Stand!  I think the phone stands are one of the most innovative new products this year!  I'm going to show you how I altered my phone stand with an easy tutorial.




One of the easiest ways to color your acrylic is using alcohol ink!  I chose a bright color and a foam applicator to cover both acrylic pieces. 


One the alcohol ink was dry, I secured my Chevron Border Mascil with washi tape over the acrylic.


Using a texture paste, I applied a light coat ensuring I didn't go "outside the lines". 





After your paste is dry you are free to embellish. Now, I love to layer A LOT so that's what I did!  I used a fun cut file from the Silhouette shop as well as stickers and die cuts.  



Ta-da! Here is my finished product with my phone!  One of the many things I love about Clear Scraps is that you can alter the products in your own style!  


Thank you for stopping by! Check out the two other styles in the Clear Scraps shop!  Have a great day!


Additional products used: patterned paper, die cuts, stickers:  Crate Paper; bakers twine: Whisker Graphics; washi tape: Queen and Co;  ink: Ranger; paste: Heidi Swapp; misc: Cameo Silhouette.  


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