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November 2019

Mixed Media Christmas Cards With Stencils


Hello everyone... We are at the end of November and it is official that Christmas is 25 Days from today!!! Can't you all believe it? Getting ready for this jolly holiday, today I would love to share a couple Christmas card ideas that you can create using Clear Scraps 4x6 stencils and 6" Stencil. These stencil size is just perfect for making cards and other handmade gifts.


Both of my cards are mixed media cards. First card, I use the 4x6 Nativity Stencil. I started with creating the night sky watercolored background using Sakura Koi Watercolor Paints and waterbrush. On a piece of watercolor paper, I mixed and blended the colors and then I dried it with craft heater.

After that, I added some white splatters on it with white acrylic paint and little bit of water. I use small flat brush to add the splatters. I dried the panel again with craft heater. And then, I cut it with Pierced Rectangle Dies.


I mixed embossing paste with fine iridescent glitter on my craft mat, then I divided into two parts. One part, I mixed it with Black gelato and the other one I let it be as it is.

I sprayed the back of the stencil with stencil spray (temporary adhesive spray will work, too), so the stencil will stay on the paper. If you don't have the spray, you can secure the stencil with washi tapes or painter tape. 

I added the white glitter embossing paste mix on the stars section only, and then I added the black glitter embossing paste on the rest of the image.

Once the embossing paste dried well, I added the finished background panel on a white card with permanent adhesive runner, then I added the sentiment tag, and tied up the twine ribbon around it.


For the second card, I used the 4x6 Pine Cone Stencil and 6x6 Crystal Snowflakes. On this card, I used the same technique with the first card.

On a watercolor paper, I used watercolor paints to create the light blue sky background and then I dried it with craft heater.


I used the Shimmer Creative Medium Paste. I had one part of paste mixed with brown gelato that I used on the pine cone and branch, and the other part mixed with green gelato that I used for the leaves. When they dried, I colored the pine cone with watercolor paint. And I dried it with craft heater.

I used the left over white embossing glitter from the first project. I added the paste with the Crystal Snowflakes stencil randomly on the panel. I added some white splatters on the panel with white acrylic paint and water using flat brush.

Once all the images dried well, I trimmed the panel into 4.25" x 5.5". I added the sentiment on it, and then I wrapped around the twine ribbon.

I added the green glitter cardstock on the white card with adhesive runner. Then, I added the finished panel, slightly angle, on the card with 3D foam tape for extra dimension.

I hope these cards inspire you to create your Christmas projects. Visit Clear Scraps Store to check on all their 4x6 Stencils and 6x6 Stencils. Thank you so much for stopping by the blog today, have a fabulous day!


~ Helen G. ~

Comfort & Joy Bulb Medium Pallet Shape

Hello friends! Happy Friday to you! It's officially the Christmas season here in the US now that Thanksgiving is over.  Today I  am sharing a holiday home decor project I  created along with an easy tutorial! The new Bulb Medium DIY Pallet Shape is the perfect size to use the 4x6 Stencils


I  began by painting my pallet with chalk paint in a dark red color. I  found I  only needed one coat as the birch wood helps the paint go on smoothly. You will also find that the chalk paint dries quickly. 


I  then took a small amount of Color Shift paint in black to paint the top of the pallet. For this portion, I  did apply two coats as I  painted over the red.  


I  secured the Comfort & Joy 4x6 Stencil to my pallet with washi tape. I  then applied glitter gel in silver across the stencil.  I  found that sweeping a foam brush over the top of the stencil after the application helped to smooth out any bumps. 


Here is a close up of the end result! I  do like how it turned out but it was definitely a learning curve; especially since this was the first time I  had used the glitter gel. (I  also found that the glitter gel takes extra drying time).


Lastly, I  used a hole punch on either sides of the top and pulled twine through to create a way to hang my pallet. I  then added a small swag of ribbon and a rustic bell to accent.   


Thank you for stopping by the blog today!  Be sure to check out all the DIY Pallet Shapes by visiting the Clear Scraps shop! Have a great day!

Additional products used:  paint: DecoArt; glitter gel: Gina K. Designs; hole punch: We R Memory Keepers; misc: ribbon, twine, bell. 

Autumn Napkin Rings

Autumn Napkin Rings by Annie Williams for Clear Scraps - Staged

Hi everyone and happy Thanksgiving!  It's Annie, and today I'm sharing a quick tutorial for this easy autumn table décor project made with chipboard embellishments from the Clear Scraps shop.  These fun and easy handmade napkin rings are the perfect last-minute project for Thanksgiving and are even a great way to keep the kids busy before the big meal!

Autumn Napkin Rings by Annie Williams for Clear Scraps - Painting

Start by trimming the Pumpkins Chipboard Embellishments out of their packaging with a pair of scissors.  Then paint them in various shades using orange and green acrylic paint (kid-safe paints or inks can easily be substituted in this step to make it a family-friendly project).  I chose to layer the pumpkins, so painted the outline image in a slightly lighter orange than the solid image, but you can also use the shapes separately if desired.  Allow the pieces to dry completely before proceeding.

Autumn Napkin Rings by Annie Williams for Clear Scraps - Adhere

Adhere the outline pumpkin shapes to the solid pumpkin shapes using a strong liquid glue like Beacon 3-in-1 glue.  Trim a short length of ribbon for each napkin ring (here I'm using about nine inches of copper organza ribbon per ring) and adhere the center of it to the back of the pumpkin embellishments using Beacon 3-in-1 glue.

Autumn Napkin Rings by Annie Williams for Clear Scraps - Main

Fold up your napkins in the style that suits you (there are tons of online sources for napkin folding and this style has always been my favorite!) and slip your silverware inside.  Wrap the ribbon around the folded napkin and tie the ribbon in the back with a small, pretty bow.  Place on each plate at Thanksgiving dinner for a fun way to add just a little more pumpkin to the evening.

I hope you enjoyed this quick and easy autumn table décor project and thanks so much for stopping by today.  With tons of chipboard embellishments in the Clear Scraps shop to choose from,  you can adapt this idea to fit the theme of any party!

~ Annie

Additional products used: orange and green acrylic paint; paint brush; Beacon 3-in-1 glue; copper organza ribbon

Clear Scraps Shaker -- Santa Shaker Ornament

Hi everyone!  Laura here with you today, and I hope

you are having a wonderful November!  With all of the

early cold and snow here in the Midwest, it feels like

Christmas is already in the air!  Do you make gifts,

home decor and ornaments for the holidays?

I've got a pretty ornament to share with you today

that you can make for your tree, or as a gift!


Clear Scraps has so many shaker shapes you can use to create

cards, ornaments, you name it!  Only limit is your imagination!

Want to check out all the fun shapes?  You can find them all

in the store HERE. For this ornament, I used the Circle Shaker.

The top frame is painted black, and I used a cute snowflake

pattern pretty paper on the base layer.  Just trace it onto your

paper of choice, cut it out, and glue to the base piece....easy peasy!

I added the Clear Scraps Winter Sequin mix to the shaker, then

glued all the pieces together.  But what is that piece on the top?


The ornament that is glued to the top of the shaker is the

Clear Scraps X-mas Swirl Bulb Chipboard Embellishment.

It's painted with red and gray acrylic paint, then after it

dried I went over the surface with a glitter glue to give it

some sparkle.  A twine bow is a cute finishing touch, then

it's glued to the front surface of the shaker.  I could have

left the back plain, but, I love to decorate so I added

a little simple Santa scene to the back of the ornament.


Just a couple of stickers, some foam tape and a few enamel dots.

And to create the hanger for the ornament, I glued twine around the

edge of the ornament leaving extra so I could knot it at the top

and create a loop to use as a hanger.

Thanks so much for stopping by today!

Stop back soon for more inspiration!


Supplies Used:

Clear Scraps:  Shaker Ornament, Winter Sequins,

X-mas Swirl Bulb Chipboard Embellishment.

Other:  black, red and gray acrylic paint, glitter glue,

twine, glue, foam tape, Echo Park I Love Christmas

patterned paper and stickers.

Imagine Star Canvas

Hi everyone, Steph Ackerman here sharing a mixed media canvas using the Chipboard word title - Imagine - as well as the Mini Wood Pallet Star as the focal elements.


Using a paint pour technique, I created the background of my 6" x 6" canvas.


Once dry, I added modeling paste through the Brick Wall Stencil in 2 corners.


Placing the Shattered Glass Stencil on the chipboard word, I sprayed it with a craft spray.


The Star Pallet was painted with gold paint.  I built up the canvas by adding burlap, ticket stubs and a clip to hold them together.  The Star Pallet was then placed on top.


The chipboard word was placed on the star pallet then it was surrounded with flower buds and leaves in assorted sizes.


Imagine what you can create with these products at your fingertips!

Thanks for stopping by.


Other supplies used:  Plaid Paint; Imagine Fireworks Shimmery Craft Spray; Petaloo Flowers;modeling paste; Burlap; ticket stubs


Gelli Printing Technique On Cards and Pallet Wood

Hello crafty friends... Thanksgiving is about 3 days away and I have couple projects to share with you that you can make in the last minutes. On both projects, I use the basic gelli printing technique on pallet wood and cardstock.

My first project is this CAS card set, I use the 6" Fall Leaves Stencil, 6x6 Gelli Printing Plate, and multi-surface acrylic paints on white cardstocks.


First, add first layer paint (I used orange) on the gelli printing plate and spread it with brayer. Next, add the stencil on top of it and then add the cardstock. Gently press the cardstock on the gelli printing plate, move all over the surface to get the paint transfer to the cardstock. Remove the cardstock and you have your first print.

While the negative print still on the gelli printing plate, add more base paint different color (I used white paint), spread it with brayer, and then add the cardstock. Gently press the cardstock on the gelli printing plate, removed it and you get your second print.


The gelli printed cardstocks dried quickly becuase it is acrylic paints. I made sure they are dried well by drying them with craft heater.

I cut them with various square dies and rectangles dies, and then I added them on white cards with 3D foam tape and adhesive runner. I used yellow and orange cardstocks for mats.

I cut out the words out of the orange cardstocks using the Grateful and Blessed word dies. I added the sentiments on the card with dries-clear glue. I embellished the cards with some natural burlap twine ribbon.


The second project is this Pumpkin Pallet Wood Sign. I created that background on the Pumpkin Medium DIY Pallet Shaped Wood using the 6" Fall Leaves Stencil, 6x6 Gelli Printing Plate, and multi-surface acrylic paints.


First, I taped the stem with painter tape and then painted the whole pumpkin pallet wood surface with light yellow paint as the base color. I used brayer instead of brush for extra texture on the wood. Let the paint dried well before the next step.

For this printing step, we have to work fast white paint still wet. First, I added some of the orange paint on the gelli printing plate, spread it with brayer, and then I added the stencil on it. I added another piece of white cardstock, pressed gently to get the print, and then removed the cardstock. Here I got another printed cardstock for future project.


Next is the stamping with the gelli printing plate step. Make sure the paint still wet. I removed the stencil, picked up the gelli printing plate and then I used that gelli printing plate to stamp the paint on the wood. While the gelli plate still on the wood, I pressed of firm to transfer the paint.

I repeated this printing and stamping steps several times until the whole surface covered with the leaves pattern.

When the whole surface dried well. I used make up sponge to add the orange paint around the edge and I painted the stem with brown paint and small flat brush.


I added the Grateful, Thankful, Blessed XL Script Wood Quote on the pumpkin with wood glue. I put some acrylic stamping blocks on it to press it down while the glue drying. It took 15-30 minutes to make sure the glue dried well.

After that, I decorate the pumpkin with some thick natural burlap twine and some gold leaves ribbon. I secured them on the wood with glue stick.

I hope you all get some more Thanksgiving ideas and check out Clear Scraps store for the wood pallets, wood words, and stencils.

Thank you so much for stopping by the blog today. We hope you all have a blessed Thanksgiving weekend with your loved ones and family!


~ Helen G. ~

Give Thanks Pumpkin Card

Happy Thanksgiving, I know its a little early but its not that far off.

Welcome to this weeks project.

I have created this stunning card using the 6" Pumpkin stencil.

I just love this stencil!!

I wanted to do something different this time.


So I pulled out my Snow-Tex, yup you read that right, Snow-Tex.

Now you are probably wondering what does this have to do with

Pumpkins, nothing really, I just thought it would be a great texture to use.

It didn't work as planned but I still ended up with a beautiful card.

I think my snow-tex was just a little to thin.

All I did was layer my cardstock and pattern paper and  inked all the edges with

distress ink.

I layed the stencil on the pattern paper and spread my mix over the stencil.

You can see the texture in some places more than others.


But I still think I managed to get a great effect.

I love the simplicity of this card.

I cut a sentiment from the pattern paper that I popped up on

foam tape.

This card was very easy and quick to make.

Thanks for joining me today and have yourself a

wonderful Thanksgiving!!

Kim :)

Outdoor Address Pallet Sign

Happy Friday Clear Scraps family! Today I'm sharing my super cute Outdoor Address Pallet Sign using Clear Scraps Farmhouse Home Sweet Home Stencil,  Numbers 2.5 x 4" stencil & the amazing House DIY Pallet Shape.


Please excuse the chalk on the brick behind my sign, I have some scrubbing to do in my future. ;)

I started by lightly sanding the wood with 220 grit sandpaper. Just enough to make it smooth then wiped away the dusty residue. I then used this water-based Wax stain in white just to give it a bit of color. I love it because you still have all the wood grain detail showing.


I let it dry a half hour and then came back to arrange my stencils.


Once I had the stencils placed where I liked them, I used washi tape to hold the stencils in place.
I then used an old makeup sponge and lightly pounced chalk paint on the stencils.


I peeled up the stencils while the paint was still wet, and ran to the sink to clean the stencils. Once the stenciling is dry I used Thickers to add in our name and the other 'home' to the pallet sign.


I sealed the sign with Rustoleum Matte Clear Enamel Spray to help protect it from the elements.
I then hot glued some twine to the chimney and flowers to draw attention to the house number.


I should have taken a photo from the street, because this shows up perfectly from the mailbox, plus it's unique. So fun!


Have a wonderful weekend!!

Leah Crowe

Clear Scraps Pumpkin DIY Medium Pallet -- Hello Fall Pumpkin

Hello all!  Who is enjoying their fall crafting?

Are you making some beautiful fall gifts or home decor?

Laura here with you all today, and I've got a super cute

little pumpkin project that is perfect for your own decor,

or it would make a great hostess gift to take along if someone

else is hosting Thanksgiving or any other fall gathering!


Isn't it a cutie?  This starts with the Clear Scraps Pumpkin DIY

Medium Pallet.  LOVE this shape!  Would make a great project for

Halloween too....I'll keep that one in the memory bank for next year!

I used orange acrylic paint for most of the base, but I left the stem.


In the pic you can see I filled in the stem with green for some

contrast.  I also added a little bow with a textured ribbon and

some twine.  You can see the pallet slat behind the pumpkin

peeking out in the natural wood.  You can use a brush and paint

that right up, but it's fun to mix it up and give a little different

look sometimes.  I like to leave that bit of the raw wood showing.

After everything was all painted up and dried, I started to decorate.


To put the paper on to meet the curved edges of the pumpkin,

I started with about a 2" by 8&1/2" piece of striped patterned paper,

so a little longer than I wanted, inked it, then glued it down on the

pallet, and trimmed the edges to fit the curve of the pumpkin.  I did

the same with the strip of cardstock and contrasting patterned paper.

 Then I added a 3x4 journal card, and some chipboard and stickers

in layers to finish off the project.  Cute, simple, quick, and a

perfect little thank you gift, or a nice piece of decor for your table.

Thanks so much for stopping by today!

Hope you are enjoying all the fabulous inspiration this month!


Supplies Used:

Clear Scraps:  Pumpkin DIY Medium Pallet Shape

Other:  Carta Bella Fall Market collection, orange and

green acrylic paint, Walnut Stain Distress Ink,

foam tape, glue, ribbon, twine.

Snowy Pine Cone Card

Snowy Pine Cone Card by Annie Williams for Clear Scraps - Main

Hi everyone!  It's Annie, and today I'm sharing a tutorial to make this snowy pine cone card with a couple of beautiful stencils from Clear Scraps.  This pine cone image is pretty versatile and could be used for really any season or occasion depending on how you embellish it!

Snowy Pine Cone Card by Annie Williams for Clear Scraps - Stencil Image

Trim a piece of white cardstock to 4" x 6" and secure the Pine Cone stencil over top.  Apply brown and green Distress Oxide Inks through the stencil with a sponge dauber, using darker shades towards the inside of the pine cone and pine branches, and lighter shades towards the outside of the pine cone or tips of the pine needles.  If you work quickly enough, you can add clear embossing powder over the entire stenciled image afterward and melt it with a heat tool.  (This method helps with the next step.)

Snowy Pine Cone Card by Annie Williams for Clear Scraps - Inking Background

Blend light blue dye ink all over the stenciled panel with a blending brush...since the pine cone image has been covered with clear embossing, it should resist the ink and allow for the bright colors of the images to show through (buff off any extra ink from the embossed areas with a paper towel if needed).  Blend a slightly darker blue dye ink just around the edges of the panel for a bit of depth.

Snowy Pine Cone Card by Annie Williams for Clear Scraps - Stencil Snow

Lay the Snowflake stencil over top of the panel and apply white glitter paste through it with a palette knife.  Immediately remove the stencil and rinse it in warm soapy water.  Allow the panel to dry for several hours.

Snowy Pine Cone Card by Annie Williams for Clear Scraps - Trim Cardstock

Trim white cardstock to 6.5" x 9" and score it down the center to form a top-folding card base.  Trim silver glitter cardstock to 4.25" x 6.25" and green matte mirror cardstock to 4.5" x 6.5" to mat the stenciled panel.  Die cut a fun winter sentiment from both silver glitter and green matte mirror cardstock.

Snowy Pine Cone Card by Annie Williams for Clear Scraps - Assembled

Adhere the stenciled panel to the silver glitter cardstock, green matte mirror cardstock, and card base with tape runner.  Adhere the silver die cut sentiment on top of the green matte mirror die cut sentiment with liquid glue, allowing the green cardstock to peek out from behind like a shadow, then pop the layered sentiment up in the corner with foam adhesive.

I hope you enjoyed this fun wintry card project and thanks so much for stopping by today.  With so many gorgeous new 4x6 stencils in the Clear Scraps shop, which one will you pick for your next card project?

~ Annie

Additional products used: green and brown Distress Oxide inks; sponge daubers; white, silver glitter, and green matte mirror cardstocks; blending brushes; blue dye inks; white glitter gel; palette knife; sentiment die; tape runner; liquid glue; foam adhesive; clear embossing powder; heat tool

Believe Banner


Greetings Chris here today and I am sharing this cute Banner I created.  I have loved snow globes since I was a little girl.  So this Snow globe chipboard piece was a piece I had to have! 

Supplies needed:

Clear Scraps Snow Globe Chipboard

Clear Scraps Believe Chipboard Word Title

Clear Scraps Mountain Scene Layering Stencil


Canvas Banner

Glimmer Mists

color wash paint

patterned paper


Star by separating the Clear Scraps Snow Globe Chipboard from frame. (remeber to always save the frame for use later.)


Paint Clear Scraps Snow Globe Chipboard with color wash.

Once dry, trace Snow globe onto back side of patterned paper. Adhere to snow globe.
Color Wash Clear Scraps Believe Chipboard Word Title.

Using Clear Scraps Mountain Scene Layering Stencil, apply paint to canvas banner.  I only stenciled the snowflakes portion of the stencil.
IMG_4363Add ties and adhere finished chipboard pieces to complete.

I hope you are inspired to get creative with your Chipboard!

Stenciled Fall Cards

Hi everyone, Steph Ackerman with a trio of Fall Stenciled Cards.


Using the 6" Shattered Glass Stencil, I placed it on white cardstock, then used gold metallic paste.


I also used the 6" Swirl Pumpkin, placing it on white cardstock and used the same gold metallic paste on the swirl portion.


Once dry, I cut the shattered glass stencil  to fit my card front and matted it with cardstock.  The left over strip was used for a second card.


I stamped and colored 2 mice, die cut them and added them atop a strip of Rinea Foiled Paper.  The phrase was stamped and die cut, then matted upon a larger die.  The second card uses the left over strip and which was placed atop a strip of burlap.  Pumpkins, die cut from Rinea Foiled Papers were added along the bottom edge.  The phrase was stamped and die cut, then matted upon a larger die.


The swirl panel was fussy cut and matted with cardstock which was also fussy cut, creating a doily-like panel.  It was then placed atop a striped panel.  A burlap strip was placed across the card.  A third mouse was stamped and die cut, then  added to the card and two foiled pumpkins were added to the corner.

Happy Fall.

Thanks for stopping by.


Other Supplies:  Pink and Main Stamps and Dies; Tutti Designs Die; Rinea Foiled Papers; Copic Markers


Pumpkin Shaker Magnet - Hello Fall

Hi everyone!

Today I have a simple but super cute project to share.

I love the small shakers that Clear Scraps carries!!

Today I have used the small Pumpkin Shaker.


But I didn't use it as a shaker.

What I did was this.....

I started out with using some fabric scraps to cover the inside bottom piece.

Its the same fabric I used in my last project.

I glued all the layers together except the 2 top pieces.


I painted the top piece with off white acrylic paint to start.  I needed a base for my watercolor

paints.  I used a couple different ones to get my orange color.

I then inked the outside once it was dried with walnut stain distress ink.

I stacked some paper leaves, giving the illusion that there was a pile of leaves inside the shaker.

I adhered the acrylic piece and the top piece together and then glued it to the other layers.


I made a bow out of some burlap ribbon and added my sentiment to the front and a magnet to the back.

Now I have this beautiful fall magnet to hang on my fridge!!

This was so simple and easy to create!

Thanks for stopping.

Have a great day!!

Kim :)



Sparkly Christmas Ornament Sign

Sparkly Ornament Sign by Annie Williams for Clear Scraps - Main

Hi everyone!  It's Annie, and today I'm sharing a fun and easy Christmas décor project made with one of the medium pallet shapes and a festive stencil from Clear Scraps.  I love anything red and green for Christmastime, but today decided to try out some non-traditional colors for something a little different.

Sparkly Ornament Sign by Annie Williams - Painting

I started by giving the Bulb Medium DIY Pallet Shape a quick sanding with a sanding sponge.  Then I applied two coats of deep purple pearl acrylic paint to the body of the shape and two coats of metallic silver acrylic paint to the hanger top using foam brushes.  Once completely dry, I laid the 4x6 Sparkle stencil over the center of the shape, taped it down with light-tack painter's tape, and applied silver glitter gel through it with a palette knife.  When I had a nice even coat of glitter gel applied, I removed the stencil and moved it further down the shape to add a few extra stars by stenciling just a small portion of the design.

Sparkly Ornament Sign by Annie Williams for Clear Scraps - Embellishing

I left the sign to dry completely overnight (although a few hours is probably all that is needed).  To embellish, I added a few pom-pom branches from a fun and sparkly floral pick with hot glue, then tied a small bow of white organza ribbon around the hanger portion of the shape.  You can add a rope or ribbon hanger to the sign if desired, but I chose to leave mine as is.

I hope you enjoyed this fun and festive holiday décor project and thanks so much for stopping by today.  How would you decorate the Bulb Pallet Shape for the holidays?

~ Annie

Additional products used: purple pearl and silver metallic acrylic paint; silver glitter paste; floral pick; white organza ribbon; foam paint brushes; plastic palette knife; sanding sponge

Clear Scraps Rectangle Medium DIY Pallet -- Welcome Fall Pallet

Hi there everyone!  It's Laura sharing some fall love today!

With Thanksgiving coming soon, I thought it would be nice

to have a greeting to welcome friends and family a the door.

It's a home decor project that makes you feel right at home!


The Clear Scraps Rectangle 12x10 Medium DIY Pallet Shape

is a really versatile surface for any home decor project you

dream up!  Truly another of my favorite Clear Scrap items in 

their store!  The other shaped Medium Pallets are wonderful

too, and you can find all kinds of shapes that will be specific

to your project.   Find them all in the Clear Scraps store HERE.

The size is perfect to cover with some pretty patterned 12x12

paper.  I cut it to size, and then inked around the edges of each

piece, then glued it onto the pallet base.  I used a brighter color

in the middle to highlight the word Welcome in the center.


This word is one of the Clear Scraps XL Script Wood Words.

It's painted up with brown acrylic paint, then glued down to the

DIY pallet.  Using the lighter paper really makes the word pop!

You could keep this project super simple, the paper and the

XL Script Wood Word makes a really nice welcome sign for your

 home.  I went a little further with the fall theme with few additions.


This is a combo of chipboard and stickers from a fall kit collection.

Nothing too complicated, just a little something layered up, then adding

the ribbon and tag around the bottom board, finishes the project off nicely.

It's the extra little touches that just make a home decor piece feel like "home".

Thanks so much for stopping by today!

There is so much inspiration coming your way this month...stop back soon!


Supplies Used:

Clear Scraps:  Rectangle 12x10 DIY Medium Pallet Shape,

Welcome XL Script Wood Word.

Other:  Carta Bella Fall Market paper, stickers, chipboard.

foam tape, brown acrylic paint, Walnut Stain Distress Ink, glue.