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ATCs Turned Into 8x8 Retro Film Display

Hey everybody! Leslie here, sharing a really fun retro film display that I created with our 8x8 Page Display and Film Strip Chipboard Embellishment. I love creating vintage projects and since I had some retro ATCs in my stash, this project just kind of fell into place!


I started by rounding the corners of the six ATCs and then layering them on metallic red cardstock.


I cut three 8" x 8" panels of white cardstock and rounded the corners, and then cut one 7-7/8" x 7-7/8" panel of black cardstock and rounded the corners.


I layered the three white panels on top of one another for stability and then the black panel on top. I then arranged the ATCs and when I was happy with the placement, I adhered them with Tape Runner and added red jewel brads to the center top of each one to resemble a thumb-tack type of embellishment. 


I slid the panel into the 8x8 Page Display and added an angled strip of metallic red cardstock to the top and bottom. I added a clear jewel strip to each red cardstock strip.


I then added white enamel arrows and white die cut alphas.


I heat embossed the Film Strip Chipboard Embellishment with three layers of Versamark and black embossing powder so it was good and shiny. I adhered it to the right side of the display and added more white die cut alphas.


The final touch was adding a ribbon hanger tied in a bow. This was such a fun project!


Clear Scraps products used:
8x8 Page Display
Film Strip Chipboard Embellishment

Other products used:
Cardstock, ATCs, paper trimmer, brads, double-sided adhesive, glue, Versamark, embossing powder, heat tool, dies, strip bling, enamel arrows

I hope you're inspired to get out those craft supplies and play! Thanks so much for stopping by today - we'll see you next time!

Scrappy hugs,


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