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Find Joy Medium Deco Pallet

Hello! Jennifer here to share one of my projects I  created with the January Q 2019 Kit! I used the new Medium Deco Pallet which is one of two wood products included in the kit. The Deco Pallet is the perfect shape and size for any home decor project. 

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I  began by painting my pallet in grey chalk paint. Then, I  chose a fun pattern from the Graphic 45 8x8 Flutter Paper Pad. I  cut my paper down to fit just inside my pallet. I  cut my background into strips to fit the slats of the pallets. 

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Using the 6 Inch Rain Drops Heart Mascil,  I  applied a light layer of the modeling cream to my paper.  I  absolutely love playing with this medium as it goes on smooth and has a beautiful shimmer once dry! 

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Here is a close up of the effect on the patterned paper! 

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I  then used different patterns from the paper pad with my Silhouette to cut flowers as well as my title.  The strips of bling from Want 2 Scrap are perfect accents! Here, I  applied a cluster to the middle of my flower.

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One of the nice features of the paper pad is that you have two sheets of each pattern. I  used a second sheet to fussy cut a butterfly to use as an embellishment. I    then added a small strip of bling to the center.  

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Once I  was finished, I  used my Crop-o-dile to punch holes at the top of my pallet. I  then strung yellow seam binding from my stash through the top so I  could hang my project! 

Thank you for stopping by the blog today! Be sure to check back the rest of the week for more inspiration from the design team! Have a great day!

 

 

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