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Hello Craft Friends!

I'm Dana and I'm so happy to be back here on the Clear Scraps blog today. I love creating Home Decor projects and these new 3D Frameables are a perfect craft medium to get you started. For this project I'll be using Clear Scraps Base with the square frame Click Here and Blessed word and truck shape Click Here I think the truck is just so cute, don't you? 

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To start off, take out the 2 base pieces from your package. I chose to trace my wood bases onto patterned papers. But feel free to paint them if you like. The papers I'm using for this project are from Carta Bella Hello Autumn collection. After tracing,  cut them out and glue your papers onto both bases. I recommend Beacon 3 in 1 glue to adhere your papers to your base. Using an exacto knife, trim away any excess paper. Also make sure you cut out your 3 slots on top. You can smooth all edges with a sanding tool or distress tool. Make sure all your slots are clear of any excess paper. Then lining up your slots, glue the two base pieces together.

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Next take out your Word/truck pieces from your package. I painted my Blessed words with Orange glitter acrylic paint. And for my truck I painted the body with Shamrock green acrylic paint. I used silver acrylic paint for the chrome bumper areas. Red for the back taillights. I applied brown acrylic paint to the back fenced area of the truck. Let dry. While your pieces are drying, I fussy cut some apples from one of the journaling cards and glued behind the wood fence at the back of the truck. Then I fussy cut the Farmers market sign, inked around the edges before adhering to the side of my truck. Paint the wheels of the truck with black acrylic paint. 

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 Now for the frame, I adhered a piece of patterned paper to the back piece of my frame. I left the bottom portion bare since this piece will slide into the base. The front frame piece, I traced onto another patterned paper and cut out. Glue to the front of your frame. Trim around the edges and cut out the inside of the frame. Now adhere your frame pieces together making sure to line up your top edges of your frame. 

I chose to use a journaling card instead of a photo inside. I applied foam dots to the back of my journaling card, inked around the edges and adhered to the center of my frame. I fussy cut acouple pumpkins and adhered them over the same image on my journaling card. Then added some glitter on the little pumpkins. 

To finish off my 3D frame I decorated with a few puffy stickers and chipboard Harvest sticker along the left edge of my frame. 

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Now just slide your 3 pieces into the three slots on your base. And it's finished! You now can display in any room in your Home! And these 3D Frameables come apart and are easy to store away or ship to surprise someone special!

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Here's a close-up 

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I hope I have inspired you today and now you will want to make one for yourself! Be sure to visit the Clear Scraps website Click Here

Thank you for stopping by the Clear Scraps blog today! We love to see what you create so please share on our Facebook Creative page. Until next time, Happy Crafting!

Dana

Other Supplies used: Acrylic paints orange, brown, Green, silver black and red. Beacon 3 in 1 Glue, sanding tool, x-acto knife, Carta Bella Hello Autumn collection papers, chipboard and puffy stickers, 

 

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