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Americana-Beach Wall Hanging

Hi everybody! Leslie here, sharing an Americana-Beach Wall Hanging with you today! This was such a fun project! I love Americana and I have a super awesome long-time friend who lives and breathes 'beach' so when I saw this amazing XL Wood Flip Flop and the Multi Stars Chipboard Embellishments and Life Is Good Chipboard Word Title, the wheels started turning! Stars and stripes, an Adirondack chair and beach sand, and this project came to life! 


I started by painting the XL Wood Flip Flop base with white chalk paint and the straps with red chalk paint. I stamped dots all over the straps in gold ink and once they were dry I adhered them to the base. I also inked the Life Is Good Chipboard Word Title with the same gold ink and set it aside to dry. I painted the Multi Stars Chipboard Embellishments with navy blue chalk paint and sprinkled them with clear glitter, and once they were dry I adhered them to the entire length of the left flip flop along with several tiny punched stars. 


I hand-cut thin stripes from red cardstock and adhered them to the top portion of the right flip flop, and then adhered the inked Life Is Good chipboard. 


I embellished the bottom of the right flip flop with torn kraft cardstock to resemble beach sand along with a stamped, embossed and die cut Adirondack chair. I added a stamped and layered tag tied with gold metallic string.


The finishing touch was a multi-loop bow embellished with a clear gold-rim brad. 


Clear Scraps products used:
XL Wood Flip Flops
Life Is Good Chipboard Word Title
Multi Stars Chipboard Embellishments

Other products used:
White, navy blue, red and kraft cardstock; clear stamp sets; dies and punch; white, blue and red chalk paint; gold, red and navy blue ink

Thanks so much for stopping by today - we'll see you next time!

Scrappy hugs,


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