Clear Scraps Acrylic 12x12 -- Spooky Halloween
October 22, 2019
Hi there everyone! Laura is here with you today to share a little
spooktacular Halloween LO! Clear Scraps Acrylic 12x12 sheets
and 4x6 stencils combine to create some spooky Halloween fun!
One of the things I love about the Clear Scraps Acrylic Sheets, is all of
the different ways you can use them! This time, I created my own custom
overlay to match my pictures and papers! You start by peeling off the
protective layers that keep the acrylic nice and clean, and then choose
a stencil that fits your particular project. I chose the 4x6 Pumpkin Faces
which matched up with my pictures perfectly!
Then I sponged the black acrylic paint around the stencil in the
bottom corners of the sheet (flipping the stencil over to give mirror
images, of course). Using the same paint, and also some green
acrylic paint, I brushed that around the edges of the acrylic sheet too.
So darn cute, right??!! And that's how easy it is to create your own
custom overlay for your scrapbook pages! There are a ton of 4x6 stencils
to chose from, you can find them in the Clear Scraps store HERE.
I used a few scraps of paper to decorate the front of the acrylic sheet, and
then put a full sized sheet of paper behind it to make the pumpkins pop.
The adorable little Clear Scraps Bats Chipboard Embellishments
are a great addition to the sticker embellishments on the page,
So easy, just black paint and a brush of gray paint around the edges.
I thought I'd show you the difference, if you wanted it plain you could
do that, but I think the gray around the edges make the bat stand out.
Super spooky cuteness on the finished page! Love the chipboard
and again, sooooooo many choices in the Clear Scraps store!
Thanks so much for stopping by today!
Stop back soon for more inspiration!
Clear Scraps: Acrylic 12x12 Sheet, 4x6 Pumpkin Faces Stencil,
Bats Chipboard Embellishments.
Other: Black, green and gray acrylic paint, adhesive,
Photo Play All Hallows Eve paper and stickers.
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