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Clear Scraps Windmill Layout with Debbie

Hi Friends!  Many of you don't know this about me but I live in big beautiful Wyoming where there are many everyday things

that happen that city people might consider unusual.  For instance this cattle drive right up the frontage road next to the interstate.

Sounds dangerous and it is but we have lots of trained cowboys who manage to do this without any mishaps.  They are fun to watch 

and fun to live around!  You can see horses being ridden down your street at any given time so needless to say it's cowboy country!

Today I'm sharing a layout of that very happening.


 To make this layout I began building the base or background. I did that by tearing strips and adhering them to the 

left edge of my base. I used a Clears Scraps Stencil for some added texture to the background.

The stencil I used is the 6" Damask. For even more texture I added copper embossing powder to the modeling paste

Next adhere your photos and your photo mats.

 In the corner I added a Clear Scraps Windmill Chipboard Embellishment. 

To embellish the windmill I inked it with  brown chalk ink and then embossed it with

copper embossing powder.  I used the frame for the photo and used the same technique for the frame

around the photo.


To finish your layout add a little chicken wire stamping and flowers.  This layout is fun and uses several

easy techniques.  


Thanks for stopping by the Clear Scraps Blog today and be sure to stop by and check out the inspiring

projects by our design team!!



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