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Patriotic Stars DIY Wood Shapes

Hello friends! It's Jennifer here to share a home decor project I created using the Stars DIY Wood Shapes!  It's been awhile since I've made a banner and thought this would be perfect for days like today as well as the 4th of July. The DIY Wood Shapes come in packs of three so you can use together one at a time. 


I began by painting my Wood Shapes with chalk paint in red. I did not worry too much about coverage and allowed some of the wood to show through. 


Once my paint was dry, I took a tea light candle and applied a generous amount of wax to the surface of the wood.  If your desired end result is to have a more distressed look you will want to apply a large amount of wax. 



I then applied off white chalk paint in sections, using a paint scraper to remove excess paint before drying.  I did go back with a bit of sand paper to the surface for additional distressing. 


Using my Beacon 3-in-1 Adhesive, I applied patterned paper to a portion of each star followed by adding embellishments. 


For the center star, I painted the Star DIY Wood Frame and backed it with patterned paper.  I  then added some colorful bakers twine and adding a die cut before adhering with the Beacon 3-in-1 Adhesive. 


I used a punch to place holes in each end of the stars to string ribbon through in order to hang my project! 


Thank you for stopping by the blog today! Wishing you safe holiday!

Additional products used: patterned paper, die cuts, stickers: Pink Paislee; adhesive: Beacon, Thermoweb, Tombow; bakers twine: Whisker Graphics; ribbon: May Arts; metal charms: Tim Holtz; star pins: Maya Road; paint: FolkArt;  hole punch: We R Memory Keepers; misc: tea light candle, paint scraper, sanding tool. 

Flower Garden Card and Tag

Hello Crafty Friends!

It's Dana and I'm back to share a card and matching tag I creates to hopefully inspire you! I love sending my friends and family homemade cards. So I thought why not create a matching tag too! I'm using Clear Scraps Chipboard tags Click Here


And for my card I chose to use one of Clear Scraps Chipboard wordsClick Here


I fell in love with Carta Bella new Flower Garden collection so I thought this would be perfect for Spring!

For my tag: I traced my tag shape twice onto one of the papers in this collection. These tags measure 3.75 x 6.75 inches. For this project I only one of the tags. I'll save the other three to use on future projects. Cut out your tag shape, punch a hole at the top. Adhere your paper to the front and back of your chipboard tag. I prefer using Beacons 3 in 1 glue. It's fast drying and adheres quickly.  Then I took one of the journaling cards, inked the edges and added foam dots to the back, before adhering to the center of my tag. I glued a matching chipboard over the marching journaling card image. Added a sticker border to the bottom of my tag, along with a sticker flower on the left side (I used foam dots to adhere flower) 20210413_183902

To finish off my tag, I matted a sticker sentiment onto green coordinating paper adhered this at the top with foam dots. Adhered 3 enamel dots to the right side of my journaling card. Tied some matching ribbons through the hole at the top!


For my card: My card measures 6x6 inches. I added the coordinating green paper over the base of my card with glue. For the next two card layers I cut my papers slightly smaller and matted then onto my card using foam tape. This adds dimension and a nice layered look to your card. Set your card aside for now. 

Next we will decorate our chipboard "Love" words. I chose to apply some Art Alchemy Impasto paint (Mint) to my chipboard surface, using a slight pouncing motion. It adds a nice textured look. Let dry. 


Next I chose one of ephemera cards sentiment, inked the edges with a light blue distress ink. Then added some foam dots to the back and adhered to the top center of my card. I fussy cut a few flowers from my sticker sheet and pop dot them onto my ephermera card. I added some dazzle stickers to my flower centers. 

Now take your Love chipboard word and adhere with glue to the bottom of your card. I took another empherma word title, cut it apart, inked the edges and glued on the bottom right side of my card. To finish off my card, I pop dot a flower pot above my grows here sentiment. Added a few enamel dots. 





I hope you enjoyed my project today and you'll be inspired to make some for yourself to send to that special someone in your life! Thank you for visiting the Clear Scraps blog today! Don't forget to visit the Clear Scraps website to see all the newest products! Click Here

Have a great week! Happy Crafting! See you soon!


Other Supplies used: Carta Bella Flower Garden Collection, Beacon 3 in 1 Glue, Art Alchemy Impasto paint Mint, Tim Holtz Distress ink Salty Ocean, Foam Dots, Foam tape



Seashell Shaker Card

Hello crafty friends! It's Maya here on the blog today to share this beach themed shaker card featuring the mini shaker shell. I am a big fan of all the shakers and I enjoy using them to create shaker cards, turning them into something unique!


▼ The shaker pack includes 1 chipboard back, 3 chipboard forms, and 1 acrylic divider.


▼ I started by decorating the shell shaker. First, I laid a chipboard form on a patterned paper, traced the shape using a pencil, cut it out, and adhered to the chipboard back using tacky glue.


▼ Here I adhered two chipboard forms to the chipboard back and placed the sequins. Then, remove protective films on both sides of the acrylic divider and glue it to the chipboard form.


▼ Next, I gave a coat of white embossing powder to the chipboard form and used tacky glue to adhere it to the top of the shell.


▼ Here you can see all the ephemera that I fussy cut from a patterned paper. I used them to layer and decorate around the card.


▼ The card size is 6.5 x 5 inches. I used white card stock and covered it with a wood grain patterned paper for the background. And I just layered and glued all the elements and the shell shaker to finish the card.


Thank you for stopping by today. I hope you are inspired to create some shaker cards using the cute shakers. Have a wonderful day!

Additional products used:
- Patterned Paper, Ephemera: P13 Beyond the Sea Collection
- Adhesive: Double Sided Tape & Foam Tape, Aleene's Tacky Glue
- Card Stock: Recollections White Blank Cards
- Embossing Powder: Stampendous
- Ink: VersaMark Watermark Ink
- Paper Trimmer: Fiskars

Beachy Rule DIY Pallet


Greetings!  Chris here and today I am super excited to share this Beach Rules Signs I created using Clear Scraps Square Medium DIY Pallet and Clear Scraps Octopus Chipboard.  


Start by painting your Clear Scraps Octopus Chipboard with a weathered coppery paint.  Let dry. 

Add color wash of white paint to Clear Scraps Square Medium DIY Pallet.

While still wet,add color wash of bronze-y brown paint to Clear Scraps Square Medium DIY Pallet
Keep adding paint until you are satisfied with the color of your pallet. I kept layering both colors to get my desired color. 
Cut patterned paper and mat on coordinating paper. Attach brads. 
Add patina rub to your Clear Scraps Octopus Chipboard

Add octopus to your pallet to finish. I hope you are inspired to get creative with your DIY Pallets. 



Clear Scraps This is Us Desktop Frame--Wedding Gift Frame

Hey everybody!  Laura here to share with you today!  I've got a great gift idea that would

be perfect for an anniversary, wedding, engagement, or even someone that is expecting

to use for their first family picture!

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Isn't this frame simply sweet?  Best yet, this can be created using up those scraps of

pretty patterned paper you haven't been able to part with!  Time to use them for a

pretty frame to give to someone special as a gift!  And it all starts with the Clear Scraps

This is Us Desktop Frame!  Are you familiar with our desktop frames?  The are easy

to decorate any way you'd like and either spruce up your home decor with a favorite

memory, or make a few to have on hand for adorable gifts!  And even better, the frame

doesn't have to be glued into the base if you want to mail it, so it just pops out to fold

flat!  I love this option, especially for gift giving!

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Here you can see I painted most of the frame and base using black acrylic paint.

I did paint the rectangle on the frame using white paint, and brushed just a bit of gray

to give it a bit of a distressed wood/farmhouse look.  The smaller part of the base and

behind the frame, I added a black and white floral pretty patterned paper, and then a

small rectangle of black and then white cardstock layered to create a spot to put a picture. 

You can leave the top of the frame unglued if you'd rather to slip in a larger picture.  I also

added a few heart and flower stickers which fits the wedding theme well.  The black and 

white is a nice compliment to any color that the bride and groom or bridal party wear.

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The final touch is the "Mr. & Mrs." Chipboard Word Title from Clear Scraps.

It's painted with black acrylic paint and just glued right onto the frame.


Thanks so much for stopping by today!


Supplies Used:

Clear Scraps:  This is Us Desktop Frame, Mr. & Mrs. Chipboard Word Title

Other:  Acrylic Paint--black, white, gray, floral patterned paper,

black and white cardstock, Bella Blvd. Trinkets Puffy Stickers--black & white

Bouquet of Daisies Stenciled Canvas Gift Bag


Tami here with you on the blog today with another project to share with you.

Clear Scraps has some wonderful stencil designs, and several of them are florals that are perfect for summer!

I needed a gift bag for a thank you gift - school is out soon, you might need one for a gift for that special teacher.

The Bouquet of Daisies is one of the fabulous flower stencil designs...

The 6 X 6 size was a perfect fit for the canvas bag I wanted to use. 

I was very happy with how this project turned out; bright and cheery and perfect for spring!


Making the bag was easy. I had a canvas bag I wanted to use, so I used some fabric ink, but you could also stencil on a paper gift bag.

I put a piece of cardboard in the bag - so the ink wouldn't go through to the other side. then I arranged the stencil on the bag and taped it down using blue painters tape. I also taped off the areas beside the stencil where the design was close to the edge. This prevents accidental inking off the edges...


I started filling in the flowers using orange at the center and yellow for the petals - I let the orange go into the inside edges of the petals...


I filled in the leaves and stems with 2 shades of green...


Here's a closeup of the stenciled design...


I also stenciled a flower on a hand cut tag for the gift. I made sure I taped off the portions of the flower designs that were close to the flower I was using...


Thank you for stopping by today. Please come back soon and see what awesome projects the other Clear Scraps Designers have to show you!


Clear Scraps: Bouquet of Daisies 6 X 6 Stencil

Other: Clear Snap: Crafter's Ink: Sunshine, Tangelo, Limelight and Limon and ColorBox Stylus & Tips, Canvas Bag, Cardstock Scrap, Fine Tip Black Pen and Hole Punch

Tools: Blue Painters Tape

Welcome Sign

Hi everyone, Steph Ackerman here sharing a new Welcome Sign I created.  Clear Scraps has some amazing products that can be mixed and matched to create some amazing projects.


Using the Rectangle 12x10 Medium DIY Pallet, I painted it with both blue and green paints to simulate both the grass and sky.


I also had this wonderful Welcome XL Script Wood Word I wanted to use.
The wood contrast against the painted background stood out, so I left it plain.
I could have painted it, or even inked it, but I liked the contrast.
I adhered it across the panel on a slight angle.


For some added dimension, I placed the 4x6 Grass Stencil along the bottom edge, inking it with green ink and moving it along the bottom edge until it was completely inked.


I chose an ink shade a little darker than the paint as I didn't want it to stand out.
I just wanted the hint of dimension.


Next, I chose the Chipboard Wheelbarrow Embellishments, cutting them from the frame and inking each piece.
I embossed each piece with clear embossing powder for a shiny effect.
The watering can was placed in the upper left corner.
The wheelbarrow was placed amongst the grass in the lower right corner.
Several flowers were added atop the wheelbarrow for a 3D effect.


Thanks for stopping by.

Other Supplies:  Plaid Paint; Prima Flowers

Bow Mini Shaker Layout

Hello friends and happy Friday! It's Jennifer on the blog today to share a layout I created using the new Bow Mini Shaker Shape!  This cute embellishment can be used on girl-themed projects as well to accent your Minnie Mouse photos as I did here!  I thought it would be perfect for one of my favorite pictures of my daughter in her Minnie ears at Disney! 


Using my Beacon 3-in-1 Adhesive, I adhered patterned paper to the chipboard  base of the shaker. I then trimmed away excess paper with scissors and an x-acto knife.  A sanding tool works great smoothing any rough edges between the paper and chipboard!


Next, I used black acrylic paint to color the top chipboard frame as well as the edges of the two middle frames.


Before adhering my acrylic piece, I  filled the shaker with the new Magical Medley Sprinkles! These are so cute with yellow and red mouse heads and black sequins!


Here is a photo of the shaker all put together! I adhered it to my page again using the Beacon Adhesive. 


To add some extra color to my background, I used my 4x6 Stars Stencil along with Distress Oxide Inks in red and yellow. 


Here is a close up of the end result of the ink + stencil.  Remember your technique doesn't have to be perfect! 


Here are a couple additional photos of my layout: I used stickers/chipboard from the collection I used to layer around my photo.


I also added smaller embellishments to accent as well as stamped sentiments.  


Thanks for stopping by the blog today! Check out what Clear Scraps has new by clicking HERE!  Have a great day!

Additional products used:  patterned paper, stickers, chipboard: Echo Park Paper; cardstock: Bazzill; flair: A Flair For Buttons; stamp: Simple Stories; ink: Ranger; adhesive: Beacon, Tombow, Thermoweb;   foam word title: American Crafts; punch: Fiskars;  paint: DecoArt; sewing machine: Janome; misc: thread, x-acto knife, sanding tool

Creating your Own Shaker with Clear Scraps Acrylic Sheets


Summery Greetings! Today I am excited to share this summery shaker card I created with Clear Scraps Acrylic Sheets. The Acrylic Sheets make it so easy to create your own custom shaker in any size! 
Start by cutting a piece of cardstock to 7 x 8.5. Fold in half to create your slim card. 
Die cut bubbles and adhere to card. 
Measure and cut a 3 1/2 x 8.5 piece of Acrylic Sheet 

Cut rectangle frame and adhere to front side of the acrylic sheet. 

Add dimensional tape to back side of acrylic. 
Fill with glitter and sequins. 

Remove backing on adhesive and adhere to card. 

Detail cut image and add to your card to finish! I hope you are inspired to create your own shakers with  Clear Scraps Acrylic Sheets. 

Mermaid with Fin Shaker Tail


Tami here on the blog today with a project to share with you. 

I recently redecorated my guest bath but the two pieces of the previous decor I could not bring myself to part with were two old (and broken and repaired) plaster mermaids that I purchased at estate sales. 

The colors in the new shower curtain coordinated with them, so I decided the mermaids would be a part of the new decor.

I was excited to see Clear Scraps added a new Fin Shaker to their line; I thought I'd make another piece to add to my new decor. I needed a sign to sit on a shelf above the towel rack...


This project was so much fun to put together, has me wondering where else I might need a mermaid!

I started by printing out a portion of a coloring page (found online) onto watercolor paper, then I filled in the design with pearlescent watercolors I added accents to the crown using glitter gel pens...


Then I gave the background and the top layer of the shaker a coat of white paint...


When the paint dried, I painted them both with watercolors...


Then it was on to the background. I started with a Wood Rectangle, and painted it with 2 different shades of watercolors - the same colors I used for the Fin pieces...


After the watercolors dried, it was time to stencil. I used blue painters tape to hold the Fishscales Stencil in place - I also taped off portions of the frame around the stencil as I needed to repeat the pattern over the whole board. Then I inked in the design with blue ink...


I moved the stencil, overlapping the previous design; lining up the last line of the pattern each time so the designs would match up...


Then it was time to assemble the shaker, I adhered the 2 frame layers to the base, filled it with sequins, then added the acrylic layer (be sure to remove the protective film from both sides). To finish the shaker, top with the painted layer...


Next, I cut out the mermaid design and adhered it to the Fin Shaker...


For the quote, I painted some watercolor paper with the peachy color I used for the mermaids skin. After the paint dried, I added the lettering, cut them out and added the outlines...


All that was left was assembly. I used Zip Dry and 3D Dots to adhere all the pieces...


I hope you enjoyed this project and will come back and visit us here on the Clear Scraps Blog again soon!

Clear Scraps: Fin Mini Shaker, Wood Rectangle, Ocean Sequins and 6 X 6 Fishscale Stencil

Other: The Crafter's Workshop: Spun Sugar Acrylic Paint, Ranger: Faded Jeans Distress Oxide Ink, KingArt: Glitter Gel Pens, Beacon Adhesives: Zip Dry, Pearlescent Watercolors, Watercolor Paper, Mermaid Coloring Page Image, 3D Dots and Fine Line Black Pen

Tools: Clear Snap: Color Box Stylus & Tips, Paintbrushes, Pencil, Blue Painter's Tape and Scissors

Clear Scraps Chipboard Embellishments--Congrats Grad Cards

Hi there everyone!!!   Laura here with you today to get you ready for those graduations

that are happening or right around the corner!  I'm sharing a couple of card ideas with

you that are created using the Clear Scraps Graduation Chipboard Embellishment set!!Clear_Scraps_Chipboard Embellishment_Congrats Grad Cards(1)If there is one thing I love, it's getting a multiple projects out of one set of

embellishments.  How about you?  This chipboard set from Clear Scraps is

an absolutely perfect set to create 2 GREAT grad cards!!  Love that!!

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You can see on this one it's super simple too!  Just cut the chipboard pieces

apart, and paint.  And the best part about chipboard--YOU choose the color!

So you can match the school's colors or match the colors of your papers for a

more generic look.  Here I used black and gold acrylic paint, and it just so happens,

that's a perfect match for the school colors I was going for--but it's also a great

standard grad hat look that you could use for anyone--it's a bonus that it matches

these papers perfectly!  A journal card, a few stickers, and it's done!

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For the graduation scroll, I used white acrylic paint, and went with the gold

again because of the match, but red would be a great choice too--it's often used

for the graduation scroll look.  So super simple--don't you love quick and easy?

Really easy to make multiples of cards like this for all the grads in your life!

Having some of these Clear Scraps Chipboard Embellishments on hand for grads,

or one of the many other options--birthday, baby, confirmation, Christmas, just

about anything you'd want, is always a great idea!  Stop over to the Clear Scraps store,

and you can find all the different chipboard embellishment options right HERE.


Thanks so much for stopping by today!


Supplies Used:  Clear Scraps Graduation Chipboard Embellishments

Other:  Acrylic paint--white, gold, adhesive, foam tape,

Simple Stories Con-GRAD-ulations! papers and stickers,

white and black cardstock.

Elegant Vintage Acrylic Box and Tags

Hello Crafty Friends and family! 

Im Dana and I'm back to share a Vintage box idea using Clear Scraps small Acrylic Box Click Here

This box measures: 3.5 x 5.0.


If you haven't worked with acrylic before and have felt afraid to try, I can assure you will find it so easy.  I'll walk you through every step. And Clear Scraps acrylic is very sturdy and the possibilities are endless what you can create!

Open your package and remove the protective film off both sides of each piece of acrylic. Lay them out as shown on the diagram. I placed the labeled letters behind each piece just to keep them in order. 


Assemble your box and glue all pieces together and apply the round clear stickers, (included) to each corner of your box.  This help hold your box together. I recommend using a strong solvent based adhesive such as Beacon 3 in 1 glue. It's my favorite go to glue for all my projects! 


After throughly dried, remove all clear round stickers from the corners. To decorate my box I chose to use Graphic45 Elegance collection. I used a variety of papers, chipboard, diecuts and ephermera pack. 

First I chose one of the border papers and cut them down to fit 5 inches on long sides and 3 & 1/2 inches on short sides.  I inked the edges eith Distress ink before gluing. Adhere your border strips along the bottom edges of your box. 


Next I chose one of the journaling cards and adhered it to the inside bottom of my box. 


For the top cover I cut another border strip and adhered to the bottom of my cover, took a chipboard sentiment and adhered in the center of my top cover. I fussy cut out a butterfly and dress form from the coordinating papers. Inked the edges of my pieces. Added some foam dots to the back of the dress form before gluing. Took a diecut leaf, some flowers and glued them in the right corner of my chipboard piece. Then added the butterfly and some glitter accents to the butterfly wings and dress form.


I decided to make 3 matching tags with leftover papers and items in my stash. For the tags I used Clear Scraps 12 x12 acrylic sheet. Click Here

My tags measure 2 & 1/2 x 3 & 3/4 inches. Remember to peel off the protective film before decorating. I punch holes at the top of each tag. Then I decorated each tag. I used a variety of papers, diecuts, small ephermera cards, flowers and gems! And of course some glitter accents. Lastly I tied some pink and white tulle through the top hole on each tag. These tags will  fit nicely inside your box.





I hope you enjoyed my project idea today. I think this box would be a great gift idea for Mother's day! You can visit the Clear Scraps website Click Here and find these products and more to spark your creativity! Thank you for stopping by the Clear Scraps blog today. Have a great day and Happy Crafting! See you soon.


Other Supplies used: Graphic 45 Elegance paper collection, Stickles glitter Star Dust, Beacon 3 in 1 glue, Tim Holtz Distress ink - Victorian Velvet, Spectrum Noir Midas Metallic Ink-Blush, Prima flowers, gems.

Stenciled Daisy Cards

Hi everyone, Steph Ackerman here today with a set of Stenciled Daisy Cards.

Have you seen all the stencils available at Clear Scraps? 
There are  a variety of sizes - some are small enough for cards and some are large enough for home decor projects.

I've used the 6" Bouquet Daisies for my cards. 


Start by using some low tack tape to tape the Daisy Stencil to your work surface so the stencil and paper don't move around while you are inking it. 
Beginning with the first color, ink the daisies.
I used Distress Oxide Inks for my first card, using lemonade and marigold for the flowers.


Adding marigold as a second color to the daisies, I created for dimension.
Next, I used bundled sage to ink the leaves and stems.


Removing the stencil, I inked around the panel with lemonade ink.


Repeat the process for a second card with different colors of ink.
This time I used Brilliance inks to achieve a different effect.


Mat each panel with coordinating cardstock and add to a card.  Using a Fairy Hugs phrase, stamp it directly on the panel.

These cards are fairly simple and easy to create, but are quite eye catching, don't you think?


Thanks for stopping by.

Other Supples:  Imagine Ink, Ranger Ink, Fairy Hugs Stamp


Beyond the Sea Tag

Hello everyone and happy Friday! Do you love beach themed projects? It's Maya here on the blog today to share this beach themed tag using the acrylic tag and sand dollar chipboard embellishments.


▼ I started by moving the films on both sides of the tag and covering with a 3.5 x 5.5 patterned paper.


▼ I also cut out a blue banner for the background. Next, I used ephemera that I fussy cut from the patterned papers and layered them on the tag. For the layering effect, I adhered some pieces with double sided adhesive foam tape to add depth to the project. 


▼  For the chipboard starfish, I decided to give it a coat of embossing powder. I started by tapping the chipboard on the watermark ink pad.


▼ Next is to sprinkle white embossing powder to the starfish. Shake on enough so that powder is sticking to all parts of the chipboard. Then, hold the chipboard slightly tilted over a piece of paper to catch the powder. Lastly, put the chipboard on a piece of paper and use a heat gun to melt the powder.


▼ I also added some blue and green embossing powder on the edge of the starfish to give it more colors. And it's time to layer and glue all the pieces to the tag.


Thank you all for stopping by today. I hope this beach themed tag brighten your day. Blessings.

Additional products used:
- Patterned Paper, Ephemera: P13 Beyond the Sea Collection
- Adhesive: Double Sided Foam Tape, Aleene's Tacky Glue
- Embossing Powder: Stampendous
- Ink: VersaMark Watermark Ink

Grandkids Desktop Frame


Tami here on the blog with you today with another project to share.

If there's one thing grandparents love almost as much as their grandkids it's PHOTOS of their grandkids!

Clear Scraps has a desk frame that makes the perfect gift for any grandparent. And you can embellish it to match their favorite colors or their home decor...

I decided to make one for my mom for mother's day; no grandmother can ever have too many pictures of their grandkids!

The most challenging part of the project was finding a "nice" photo of my two boys together!

After I found and printed the photo, the rest of the project was easy peasy.

Here's how my frame turned out...


And here is how I made the frame step-by-step...

First, I covered the small base and the heart frame with printed paper. Then I used the Sanding Stick (from Clear Scrap) to file the excess paper from around the edges. I cut out the slit on the base with a craft knife, then used the tip of the Sanding Stick to smooth the edges.


I painted the large base white.

I inked the "grand" letters using blue ink. Then I penciled in the bottom of the "a", the dot of the "i" and the top of the "d" to make it easier to fill in those details when I painted the "kids" portion of the frame.


I painted the "kids" portion of the frame green, being careful to fill in the penciled details on the letters.

After I centered the photo in the heart frame, I traced around it with a pencil. This made it easier to do the next step - which was to glue the photo to the frame. I put glue around the edge of the back of the frame, then set it on the photo - lining it up with the pencil marks. Then I cut around the heart to remove the excess portion of the photo.

To finish embellishing the frame, I adhered the heart and photo to it, then added flowers and rhinestone centers and a twine bow. A sentiment across the bottom of the heart completed the project.

Thanks for stopping by the blog today; please come back and visit us soon!


Clear Scraps: Grandkids Desktop Frame and Small Sanding Stick

Other: The Crafter's Workshop: Spun Sugar Acrylic Paint, Ranger: Faded Jeans Distress Oxide Ink, Clear Snap: Parsley Color Eclipse, Beacon Adhesives: Zip Dry, Printed Papers, Paper Flowers, Rhinestones and Twine

Tools: Clear Snap: Color Box Stylus & Tips, Paintbrush, Scissors, Ruler, Pencil and Craft Knife