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Clear Scraps 3D Frameable--Congrats Grad!

Hi there everyone!  Laura here with you today to

share a project that would make a great new grad

gift or a nice memento for your home or desk

to remember the big day!

Clear_Scraps_3D Frameables_Congrats Grad Full(1)Love these frameables!  They are so fun and easy to create

and they look amazing!  Step one is to pick out your base. 

I used the Base with Deco Frame.  There are several options

to choose from, you can find the others in the Clear Scraps

store HERE.  Then paint it, spray it, stamp it, cover it

with patterned paper, it's up to you! This frame was painted

with yellow acrylic paint, then decorated with strips of

patterned paper, enamel dots, and the tag that

describes the date and event. 

Clear_ Scraps_3D Frameable_Congrats Grad(1)

The base piece was painted with black acrylic paint and

then brushed with the yellow around the edge of the smaller

piece to add a little pizzazz.  This is another piece that can be

covered with paper or stamped or whatever you'd like.

Clear_Scraps_3D Frameables_Congrats Grad Full copyStep 2 is to choose your theme/insert set.  Here the obvious

choice was the Word n Shape Congrats Hat set.   The hat is

painted with the black and yellow acrylic paint, then I added

a sticker and a twine bow.  Super simple!  The Congrats word

to give it a little texture and interest I painted it black and then

sponged on the yellow paint, then added a few enamel dots.

After that it's all glued together and done!  It's great that

you can choose the theme/insert that fits your project. 

There are a lot of options--vacation, holidays, baby, pets,

and so much more!  You can find them all in the Clear

Scraps store HERE.


Thanks so much for stopping by today!  Hope you

enjoyed the inspiration today, stop back soon for more!


Supplies Used:

Clear Scraps:  3D Frameables--Base with Deco Frame,

Word n Shape Congrats Hat.

Other:  Reminisce paper and stickers, enamel dots,

acrylic paint--black, yellow, twine.


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