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Anchor wood album

Hi, Clear Scraps friends! Leah here with you today and I am sharing this amazing new Anchor Wood Album!

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I painted the wood with Gesso and while the paint was still wet I laid a paper towel down to add texture to the paint. It creates a nice effect on the album. For the cover, I painted the Helm & Anchor chipboard embellishment and adhered it onto a fussy cut piece of paper.


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The anchor is laser cut into the wood, which I placed a pattern paper behind it to add some color to the page.

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The album comes with 6 drilled holes for assembly, but I placed pattern paper to cover up the middle 4 holes as I didn't want to use them for this album.

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I took two 12x12 acrylic sheets and cut them down to 6 1/4 x 7 1/2 and added two pages to this album. On this first page, I placed the anchor from the helm & anchor chipboard embellishment. The acrylic is so crystal clear, you can see everything that isn't covered.

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We turn the page and now you see the second acrylic page, which I have painted the Friends chipboard word title to add to the page.

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I turn the page to the back cover of the album which I've decorated with more pattern paper and washi tape. Cute, right?

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I bound the album with two book rings, then tied on 3 pieces of twine on each ring.
Which is your favorite new Wood Album?

Leah Crowe, Clear Scraps Designer

Product Supplies:

Clear Scraps 6x8 Anchor Wood Album
Clear Scraps 12x12 Acrylic Sheet
Clear Scraps Helm & Anchor chipboard embellishments
Clear Scraps Friends chipboard word title
Heidi Swapp Pattern Paper & Alphabet sticker
Glitz Alphabet sticker
Shimelle enamel dots
Waverly wax paint, Liquitex Gesso
Distress Oxide Ink
Beacons 3-in-1 Glue
Crop O Dile

 

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