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Clear Scraps Wood Card Home Decor - Be My Valentine

Hi everyone!  Laura here to share with you today!

I'm adding another cute insert to the home decor frame project!

If you remember my posts for this little project, it started

with a fall insert created on a Clear Scraps Blank Wood Card.

Next came the Christmas insert using another wood card,

and some of Clear Scraps amazing chipboard embellishments.

If you want a refresher, you can find those projects HERE and HERE.

This month I'm sharing the Valentine's version with you!

Clear_Scraps_Valentine_Wood_Card 2019(1)

I'm just over the moon in love with this project, it's so easy

to take a few scraps of paper (a GREAT way to use up those

scraps from scrapbooking, card making, or any paper crafting

project!) and then a few stickers, layer them up with some

basic cardstock on the little wood card, and frame it up!

Clear_Scraps_Wood_Card_Valentine close up 1

This time I just painted the card with white acrylic paint,

and then brushed around the edges with some gray

paint once the white was dry.  But you can stencil it,

stamp it, ink it, whatever you choose.  Or you could

even leave it just the plain wood card for a cool rustic look.

Clear_Scraps_Wood_Card_Valentine close up 2

For this project, I created the center card and framed it on

red cardstock, then glued it onto the wood card using Beacon Adhesive

once it was good and dry.  Then I glued the wood card onto the 5x7"

black cardstock background, and put it into the frame.

Another great addition to my sweet and simple home decor project.

And it's great because it's almost like storing a few greeting cards,

and I've got all the holidays covered in the one item.

Well, not yet.....more to come soon of course!


Thanks so much for stopping by today!

Stop back soon for more inspiration!   Soon it's time

to think Spring!!  I don't know about you, but I can't wait!


Supplies Used:

Clear Scraps Blank Wood Card

Other:  Fancy Pants Sweet Nothings,  red and black cardstock,

white and gray acrylic paint, twine.


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Chris Pozzi

Love this idea!

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