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Making Memories on Daytona Beach!

Hi everybody! Leslie here, sharing another 3-D Frameable project. If you haven't tried these, you really need to! The interchangeable frames, shapes and words make them so versatile and so much fun! I used the Base with Square Frame and Word n Shape Summer-Flip Flops and created this project to document a memory from May 1978 that is still just as fresh in my mind as it was that day! My BFF got a brand new 1978 Chevy Camaro which we drove up and down the strip on Daytona Beach - back in the day when people were allowed to actually drive on the beach. Gosh, we had a great time!


I painted the Summer word with yellow acrylic paint and the flip flops with orange acrylic paint and let them dry. I embellished the flip flops with enamel flowers and clear bling.


I covered the smaller oval base with green dotted paper, the larger oval base with yellow striped paper, and the frame with red and white striped paper. I added acetate to the back of the frame to keep the photo clean and free of dust (which unfortunately casts weird shadows on the photo, lol). I adhered the frame to the wood backing and let it dry overnight with clips. That's me on the right, by the way. ;)



I added a pink scalloped strip to the top edge of the frame and added white die cut letters spelling 'daytona beach' and then adhered pink strips to the left and right edges for a finished look. I added the date using white die cuts along with sunglasses and beach umbrella brads. 



Clear Scraps products used:
Base with Square Frame
Word n Shape Summer-Flip Flops

Other products used:
Patterned paper, cardstock, punches, dies, paper trimmer, glue, acrylic paint, brads, enamel flowers, clear bling

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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