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Boat Wood Accordian Shaker Album ~ so fun!

Hi, Connie here with the Boat Wood Accordion Shaker Album by Clear Scraps.  This was such a fun project and would make a great Summer craft  or family project.  Clear Scraps has eight different albums to choose from.  Check them out here. 

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1. Paint inside pages, front and back, using acrylic paint. Set aside to dry.

2. Add pattern paper to back cover and inside front cover.

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3. Using the 6" shiplap mascil, stencil the front and back pages, using brown ink.

4. Emboss anchor with copper/brown embossing powder.

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5. Stain cheese cloth with Distress stain or ink.  Stain netting also.

6. Create cluster for bottom corner of cover.

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7. Glue layers together (creates the front cover) using a strong glue.  Add sequins and beads to the sections. 

8. Tie the album together using hemp or a strong twine.

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9. Add photos to inside of album and add finishing touches.  You can use stamps to create embellishments for the pages also.  A fun way to use your stamps!

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10. Journal story~

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Backside of album showcasing photos and quotes.  

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Front cover and front side pages. 

Products used:

Clear Scraps: Boat Wood Accordion Shaker AlbumAnchor Chipboard embellishment and 6" Shiplap stencil


strong wet glue

Paper: My Minds Eye/woodgrain

Paint: DecoArt/Chalky Finish

Distress Stain

Embossing Powder: Emerald Creek

Button Galore & More

game piece, shells, hemp, stickers, netting and cheese cloth.

Thanks for stopping by~

Connie Mercer


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