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Scallop Square Printer Tray Frame

Hello! Jennifer on the blog today to share one of the new Printer Tray Frames recently released by Clear Scraps!  I am loving the new shapes as they are so fun to work with!  Using the Scallop Square Printer Tray Frame, I created a layout with favorite photos of my children and myself!  Since Thanksgiving is right around the corner, I wanted to do a "gratitude" type project!  



I used the Together Chipboard Word Title for the title piece of my frame. I colored my chipboard with cream acrylic paint. Once dry, I added clear glitter embossing powder to give it some shine!


One of the many things I love about the Printer Tray Frames is that you can place embellishments on top of the acrylic overlay!  My flowers were a bit too bulky to place underneath so I used my Beacon 3-in-1 Craft Adhesive to add it after placing my top chipboard frame.  


I thought it would be fun to add some stamping to one of the sections in the Printer Tray Frame. To do this, I lined up one of the chipboard frames underneath my acrylic.  Using painters tape, I sectioned off the area I wanted to stamp. I  then used a favorite floral stamp with Staz On Ink in White.  


Another favorite technique to use with the Printer Tray Frames is to add sequins or small wood veneer shapes to a section to created a mini shaker.  


For my top upper left section, I stamped a favorite saying and added a cute banner as well as butterflies using hand punches. 


Here, I added another paper flower on the top of my acrylic.  


Thanks for stopping by today!  Check out the large variety of Printer Tray Frames in the Clear Scraps shop! Have a great day!

Additional products used: patterned paper, paper flowers: Prima; metal embellishments, resin flowers: Tim Holtz: stamps: Stampers Anonymous; bakers twine: The Twinery; ink: Ranger, Tsukineko; punches: Fiskar; EK Success; Paper Shapers; embossing powder: Stampendous; sequins: Teresa Collins Designs; Making Memories; adhesive: Beacon;  misc: sewing machine, thread


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