Quick Quotes Week with Debbie

Clear Scraps and Quick Quotes ~ perfect together!

Hi, Connie here creating with Clear Scraps and Quick Quotes.  They look amazing together.  Both companies have beautiful and unique products to create with. I used the large Scalloped Portrait Clipboard by Clear Scraps and the Earth Wind Fire Collection by Quick Quotes.  Take a look~


The inside frame was kinda of tricky to create, but fun at the same time.  I used a border punch and cut four strips and then connected them together. The edges were inked with Quick Quotes PowderPuff Chalk ink in Navy.  

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The banner was fun to create.  One of the papers in the Earth Wind Fire Collection by Quick Quotes is made up of triangles, so perfect to create a banner from.  Just cut the paper in strips and then snip the triangles off.  I used Quick Quotes PowderPuff Chalk ink to shade the banner pieces.

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The "smile" chipboard word by Clear Scraps is colored with Quick Quotes PowderPuff Chalk ink/Navy.  So easy and I love the coverage you get using this ink.  The chipboard word also has two coats of acrylic sealer on it to add in brightness and shine.  The stenciling was done using the 6" Chevron stencil by Clear Scraps and the Navy PowderPuff Chalk ink by Quick Quotes.

 Products used:

Clear Scraps: Large Scalloped Portrait Clipboard, 6" Chevron stencil and "Smile" chipboard word

Quick Quotes: Earth Wind Fire: 109, 110, 500 and 101 ( triangle paper). Die cut chipboard sticker embellishments.

Quick Quotes PowderPuff Chalk inks: Navy, Barn Board and Amaretto.

other: Beacon 3-IN-1, twine, foam heart stamp, scallop border punch and trim.

Thanks for stopping by~

Connie Mercer/DT Member


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I love this - the colors and all the fun details!

Susie Bentz

I adore this project! love all the layers - and the little banner adds such a great pop of color. Great treatment on the chipboard word.

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