Clear Scraps Wood House Shape -- Shamrock Blessings
February 23, 2021
Hi there everybody! Laura here with you today!! Ready to get a jump start
on that St. Patty's Day home decor with this sweet little house!
These solid wood shapes are fun to create with!! Here I used the Clear Scraps
Wood House Shape. They come in a 3 pack so you can create a mini album
(just use a crop a dile to punch holes) or use them to make 3 great gifts, or
use to make 3 different holiday/everyday themed home decor pieces!
They are nice because you can paint, ink, stencil, or cover them with pretty
patterned paper like I did here. Just trace and cut out. I went for different
patterns for the roof and the base, to make it a little more interesting.
Plaid makes a great choice of pattern for the roof, feels like tiles, or shingles,
at least a little bit! But it still makes a great basic that the titles and words can
really stand out without the background feeling too busy. You can see also, I
went around the edges of the papers with a bit of black ink to soften them.
And then the perfect addition, that cute Clear Scraps Shamrock Mini Shaker!!
I traced the back of the shamrock on a fun Celtic print patterned paper, cut out, and
adhered. I painted the front of the frame with black acrylic paint. Glued all the layers
together and instant adorable! Remember to remove the protective layer on the acrylic
pieces (BOTH sides!) and also--don't forget to add your sequins/sprinkles!
Love those Clear Scraps Mini Shakers! Cards, home decor, scrapbook pages, so many
ways to use these cuties! And the choices are A-MA-ZING! You can find them HERE.
Also, you can find the newest of the new mini shakers (and some SUPER adorable
sprinkles to use in them!) under the "What's New" section of the store right HERE.
Thanks for stopping by today!
Clear Scraps: Wood House Shape, Mini Shaker-Shamrock
Other: Authentique-Dublin papers, die cuts, twine, sequins, enamel dots,
black acrylic paint, Black Soot distress ink, foam tape, adhesive.
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