Fall Wall Decor
November 18, 2021
Hello Clear Scraps friends! It's Maya here on the blog today to share a fall wall decor featuring the wood fall collection with three cute wood shapes: an apple, a maple leaf, and a pumpkin. I thought it will be so cute to use them to create a wall decor project!
▼ I started by laying the wood shapes on the patterned papers I chose for the background, tracing the shapes with a pencil, and cutting them out with scissors.
▼ Here as you can see, I adhered the cut-out paper to the wood shape using tacky glue. I also blended orange color to the border by using Distress Oxide Ink (Ripe Persimmon) along with a blending tool.
▼ Next, time to decorate each wood shape! I cut out the ephemera from the P13 Paper Product with the Autumn Collection for decoration. I tried to layer the pieces in different ways till I'm satisfied with the layering. It was so fun!
▼ Adding depth to the layering, I applied double-sided adhesive foam to some decorative pieces. Last, I punched two holes on top of each wood shape by using We R Memory Keepers' punch tool and threaded the twine in between each wood shape.
Thanks for taking the time to stop by! Hope you enjoy this wall decor shared today. Until next time... stay crafty!
Additional Products Used:
- Papers & Ephemera: P13 Paper Products (Autumn Collection)
- Ink: Distress Oxide Ink (ripe persimmon)
- Adhesive: Scrapbook.com Craft Glue & Double Sided Adhesive Foam
- Tool: Scrapbook.com Blending Tool & We R Memory Keepers Punch Tool
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