Pumpkin Shaker Pallet
September 22, 2021
Hello! Its Jennifer here on the blog today to share a fall themed home decor project I created using some awesome Clear Scraps products! If you love to make your own DIY fall projects then Clear Scraps is your one stop shop!
I started with the Circle Medium DIY Pallet Shape as my base and painted the top and bottom slats with brown acrylic paint. I only applied a light coat to ensure the wood grain to show through.
Once my paint was dry, I adhered a strip of patterned paper to the center slat using my Beacon 3-in-1 Adhesive. I cut the excess off with scissors followed by using my sanding tool to smooth any rough edges.
I set aside my pallet to work on assembling the Tall Pumpkin Mini Shaker Shape. First, I painted the top chipboard frame with orange chalk paint. I also painted the edges of the two middle frames.
I adhered patterned paper to the chipboard base then adhered my middle chipboard frames as shown. You can add any filler you wish; here I used chunky copper glitter as well as small white beads.
I affixed the acrylic piece as well as the top chipboard frame with my Beacon Adhesive. It is helpful to use clips to hold your pieces in place as it dries. I did add a coat of orange chalk paint around the edge of the shaker as well.
I affixed my shaker to the pallet using the Beacon Adhesive as well as added a small sticker and paper flowers.
Here, I layered two 3x4 cards together adorned with a metal clip. The entire piece is popped up using foam tape. Lastly, I added fall colored ribbon at the top of my pallet and affixed with a hot glue gun.
Thank you for stopping by the blog today! Visit the shop to see all of the Clear Scraps Mini Shakers by clicking HERE! Have a great day!
Additional products used: patterned paper, stickers: Carta Bella; paint: DecoArt, FolkArt; sequins: Recollections; paper flowers: Mon Ami Gabi, Recollections; adhesive: Beacon, Thermoweb; metal clip: Tim Holtz; sewing machine: Janome; misc: twine, ribbon, thread, hot glue gun.
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