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Write Your Story Journal


Hello, friends! It's Nancy Nickel here with a new project share!

This week I have created a fun journal

using two pages from the Chipboard 6 X 6 Regular Album.

This album comes with five pages,

so I have three pages left over for another project. 

Here's the journal:


I began by dusting the naked chipboard

with my embossing powder tool.

 I was going to be doing some heat embossing, 

and didn't want the embossing powder sticking

where it wasn't supposed to.

Next I positioned the 6" Write Your Story Stencil 

in place on the front cover. 

Then I took a nice juicy Versamark ink pad,

and inked through the stencil. 

I made sure that the entire image had been well inked

before removing the stencil. 

Then I heat embossed the image using white embossing powder.



Next I colored the background,

using a combination of three Distress Oxide Inks.

I misted it with water, allowing a few water drops to fall.

Then I used a baby wipe to wipe the color off of the embossing.

I repeated the inking process for the back cover.



This is a journal, created to write in,

so the pages had to serve that purpose.

I pulled out my 12" Prima Ledger Paper Pads and chose a few pages.

I cut them down to 6" square, rounded the corners, 

punched holes in them, and inserted them between my covers.



Here's one last look at my finished album:


Clear Scraps Products Used:

Chipboard 6 X 6 Regular Album

6" Write Your Story Stencil

Other Products Used:

 Distress Oxide Inks - Broken China,Cracked Pistachio, Worn Lipstick;

EK Success Embossing Powder Tool; Versamark Ink;

 Ranger - Detail White Embossing Powder; Prima 12 Ledger Paper Pad.


Thanks so much for stopping by today!

I'll be back with another project share next week! :o)

Nancy Nickel ~ Clear Scraps Designer


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