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Spooky/Bat 3D Frameables

Hi Crafty Friends!

Dana here! I'm sharing a Halloween project today  featuring one of the new Clear Scraps 3D Frameables! They are all so cute,  you may want to order more than one!  I chose the Spooky-Bat Word N Shape Click Here  along with Clear Scraps Base and Square Frame. Click Here


Take out your Spooky-Bat Word N Shape from the package. I used black acrylic paint and applied to the front and back of my bat shape. I painted my spooky words with orange paint. Let dry. I took some Glitz Stickles and applied with a brush to the front of my bat shape. This adds a nice glitter effect; let dry.  Next I took some googly eyes from my craft stash, and adhered onto my bat over the eye area. Let dry. To add a dripping effect on the bottom of my spooky words, I added alittle black paint along the bottom. Let dry. Once dried I glued a metal spooky house charm along the bottom of my wood words, making sure you still can snap in place on your wood base. 


Next we will decorate our 2 bottom bases. I chose to cover mine with paper.  But you can paint, stamp and ink them, depending on the look you prefer. The papers I'm using are from Frank Garcia's Thirty one collection. I chose 2 coordinating papers and traced around each shape with a pencil, then cut them out. I adhered my papers to each wood base using Beacon 3 in 1 glue. Trim along the edges with an x-acto knife, including all the slots on both bases. Then taking my Clear Scraps Sanding Tool Click Here smooth along all edges of both bases, including the inside slots. Then glue both bases together making sure your slots line up correctly. To finish off my base I glued some gold cording along the top base edge.


Next up we will be decorating the top frame piece. I chose another paper and traced, cut out and trimmed as we previously did on our base pieces. You can add a favorite photo to the back of your frame if you like. I chose to add a cute vintage witch photo from my ephermera pack! I added part of another journaling card on the right side of my photo. Then glue your frame to the bottom frame wood piece, making sure to line up the top edges.  Next I glued some orange gold tinsel around both sides and the top of my frame. Snap frame in place on base. Now the fun part is decorating your frame! I chose some some puffy stickers from the paper collection and adhered them onto my frame. I added foam dots to the back of my ephermera words ,October 31st, and adhered onto the top of my frame. That's it! I think these Framables are the perfect Home Decor piece to decorate any room for Halloween. I think it would be a great gift idea to surprise someone too. They come apart so it makes shipping them super easy!


Here are some close ups!




I hope you enjoyed my project and I have inspired you to start creating some Halloween home decor. Thank you for stopping by the Clear Scraps blog! Please share your projects with us on our Clear Scraps Facebook page. We love to see what inspires you! Don't forget to visit the Clear Scraps website Click Here for all your crafting supplies. Be sure to check out all the new Clear Scraps 3D Frameables too!

Until next time, Happy Crafting!


Other Supplies used: Frank Garcia Thirty One paper collection,  Rangers Glitz Stickles, foam dots, Clear Scraps sanding tools, Beacon 3 in 1 glue, acrylic paints black, orange, orange/gold tinsel, gold cord.


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