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June Father's Day Tag by Wendy Price


Today I'm sharing my Clear Scrap tag for June. Instead of a traditional Father's Day card how about a tag! 

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  1. Place Mascil on acrylic tag and ink with StazOn. 
  2. On the front side stamp image with another shade of ink.
  3. Cover chipboard gears in Versamark and emboss with embossing powder. 
  4. Adhere sentiment, gears and ribbon to tag. 

Clear Scrap Supplies Used:

Other Supplies Used:

  • StazOn ink
  • Stampendous Andy Skinner Steam Punk Cling stamps, Embossing Powder
  • Beacon Zip Dry Adhesive

Wendy Price - Clear Scrap Design Team Member

Mixable Edgy Album

Hello! It's Jennifer and I'm sharing a mini book I created using the fun Mixable Edgy Album!  The Mixable Albums are one of my favorite minis to use as I love the cascading pages of acrylic and chipboard. This album measures 5.5 x 8.0 so its big enough to fit your favorite photos!  For my album, I used both Instagram and 4x6 sized pictures.


The front page is acrylic and "postage stamp" shaped. I layered patterned paper and a cute chipboard frame and coordinating embellishments.  


On the inside of the front cover, I used the space for journaling about our trip.  Also, will note I left the acrylic "bare" but you can easily add color with a little alcohol ink!


The next page is chipboard and has a cute scallop edge. I added a layer of white acrylic paint to the edges prior to embellishing. 





Next up is another acrylic page...and again with a postage stamp edge!  



Another way to add to your albums is to use envelopes or tags to insert as a page! I embellished a decorative envelope that I've had in my stash forever! You can add a small photo, journaling, or use up some of your stash!  


For my next page I again used acrylic paint to cover the edges.  It's an easy way to help your pages stand out!




Here is the last page of my book...its a large, rectangular acrylic piece that easily fits a 4x6 photo!  


Thanks for reading! I hope this inspires you to create a fun mini album using one of the Mixable Albums or other great Clear Scrap Albums!

Have a wonderful day!

Additional products used: patterned paper, die cuts, chipboard, flair, metal clips:  Shimelle for American Crafts; stickers: Simple Stories; wood veneer shapes:  Studio Calico, Freckled Fawn, Evalicious; bakers twine: Whisker Graphics; decorative envelopes: Fancy Pants Designs; enamel dots:  My Mind's Eye, Crate Paper; date stamp: American Crafts; ink: Ranger, journaling pen: American Crafts; metal star pin: Maya Road, punches: Fiskars, Paper Shapers; 

Vintage Phone Stand

Hello everyone! This is Adora  and today I am sharing with you my take on the  Vintage Phone Stand, what an awesome product. Who does not have a cell phone anymore? I embellished it with the the small feather mirror, It seems like a perfect match.


Very easy and fast project to create. All you need is a piece of patterned paper and Beacon all purpose glue. Trace and cut the paper onto the acrylic shape then adhere on the back side. Add a few embellishments as shown.


Thank you everyone for stopping by and always come back for more....


Tablet Stand with Clear Scraps!

Hi, Connie here with a really fun and functional project.  I love organizing and having a place for things and when it is a cute place, that makes it even better.  The Tablet Stand by Clear Scraps, you're gonna love it!!!


This is such a cool product.  You can make it your own by decorating it to your liking.  It can be used for many other things~

holding a book,  will hold two phones (one on each side while charging), a notebook or tablet, a photo~just some ideas!!


You can paint, spray paint, alcohol ink, decoupage, add paper to the acrylic Tablet Stand. So many ways to make it yours :) 


Ready to be charged and still looking cute!!!   I'm going to set this up as a charging station for our phones and tablets ~ perfect!!!

Clear Scraps products used: Scalloped Tablet Stand, 6" Chevron Stencil, Chipboard Word (Imagine)


Beacon, S.e.i. and Quick Quotes

Thanks for stopping by~

Connie Mercer/DT Member

Dreaming of Sunshine Layout

Hello! It's Jennifer and I'm on the blog today to share a fun layout with you!  One of my go to techniques to add depth to my pages is using the 12 inch Mascils and spray ink! Here, I used the 12 inch Cloud Mascil and blue spray ink on white card stock.  



Here is a close up of the result!  You can use as much spray ink as you see fit for your project! I always like to have a little variance in the concentration of ink.  



I also used one of the chipboard butterflies from the Monarch Butterfly Chipboard Embellishments set.   I'm going to show you an easy way to embellish your chipboard! 


First, I applied a light coat of white acrylic paint to the front of my butterfly. 


After the paint is dry, apply clear embossing ink to the entire surface of the chipboard.  Next, I used embossing enamel (you can use regular embossing powder) and applied heat to set. 


Here is a close up of my butterfly....the embossing enamel has pieces of metal included that create shiny areas!


I'm including a couple more photos of my layout! I used strips of patterned paper to create my own sun rays! 



Hope this inspires you to create some fun pages with the Clear Scraps Mascils and Chipboard Embellishments!  Check out the Clear Scraps shop to see the wide variety of products!

Have a wonderful day!

Additional products used:  patterned paper, epoxy letter/shapes, chipboard frame:  Crate Paper; enamel dots: My Mind's Eye; spray ink, date stamp: Heidi Swapp; embossing enamel: Stampendous; embossing ink, pigment ink: Ranger; journaling pen: American Crafts; wooden veneer heart: Freckled Fawn; misc: doily, thread, sewing machine. 

Dream in Color ~ Vintage Clipboard

Good day my Clear Scraps friends!

Leah here with you today to share this lovely Vintage Clipboard!


This clipboard is perfect for creating home decor for my walls.

I adhered some pattern paper to the back, and decorated the clipboard with various embellishments I had left sitting on my desk; including the fabulous leftover Music Border from my last layout!


My daughter regular sneaks my phone and leaves me little presents like this photo.
It makes my heart happy.

Thanks for popping in with us today!

Leah Crowe, Clear Scraps Design Team

Products Used
Clear Scraps Vintage Clipboard
Clear Scraps Music Border
Websters Pages Pattern Paper (Dream In Color)
Glitz Love Nest
Jillibean Soup wooden nickles
Studio 112 Alphabet stickers
Recollections flowers

Soft Dragonfly Card by Pinky


Hey there friends, it's Pinky today with a fun mix between Clear Scraps Chipboard and Acrylic to create this card for a friend.

 Clear Scraps Chipboard Dragonfly Acrylic Card by Pinky Hobbs2

For this card I cut our a 4"X6" piece of acrylic from a sheet of Clear Scraps 12X12 Acrylic and I took patterned paper and created strips using a border punch, then I adhered them to the edges of the card face.

Clear Scraps Chipboard Dragonfly Acrylic Card by Pinky Hobbs3 Clear Scraps Chipboard Dragonfly Acrylic Card by Pinky Hobbs1

I also took one of the new releases the Dragonflies Chipboard Embellishments, I painted them in 3 colors to create a soft graduated pattern on the Dragonfly. I adhered that to the face of the card then added some gemstones as a fluttery pattern. I set aside the face of the card and trimmed out  4X6 in patterned paper then adding a shimmer slightly smaller piece of yardstick over it and some word stickers. 

After that I took a bone folder and added a crease at the top of the patterned paper around 1/2", and used that crease to adhere the base to the front of the card!

I love the end result, it's so soft and shimmery.

You could easily make them and set them up to make multiples. 

Hope you enjoyed my project today!

Pinky Hobbs: Clear Scraps Designer