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Boy Cloud Chipboard Embellishment Layout

Hello! Jennifer here today to share an acrylic layout I  created using some fun Clear Scraps products!  Layouts are my favorite to make and there are so many new goodies to choose from! Using the Boy Cloud Chipboard Embellishments, I  made a fun page with a favorite photo of my son when he was little!   


Starting with the XL Scallop Square Shape, I  colored the edges with alcohol ink in Butterscotch. The ink dries quickly and "adheres" to the acrylic nicely.


I  set aside my acrylic to create my background for my layout. Using white cardstock and the 12 inch Clouds Mascil, I  lightly misted with spray ink in a turquoise blue. You can go as light or dark as you prefer. 


I  cut apart the pieces of the Boy Cloud Chipboard Embellishments and painted each with white acrylic paint.  After my paint was dry, I  added some sparkle with embossing powder. 


Here is the end result of the cloud...I  used both white and blue glitter embossing powder to give some difference in color.  I  also adhered some foam letters to the front to complete my title. 


For the stars, I  used gold glitter embossing powder and adhered around my Boy Cloud Chipboard. You can also spy the cloud background created with the Mascil. 



Thanks for stopping by the blog today! Check out the Clear Scraps shop to see all of these products and more! Clear Scraps offers a large selection of chipboard embellishment shapes and word titles! Have a great day!

Additional products used:  patterned paper, stickers: Echo Park Paper; cardstock: Bazzill; embossing ink, alcohol ink: Ranger; embossing powder: Recollections; spray ink: Heidi Swapp; adhesive: Beacon, 3M; paint: DecoArt; sewing machine: Janome; misc: thread. 


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