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Purses Acrylic Dividers


Hello everyone! It's Jennifer here on the blog to share some of the new Memory-Dex DIY Dividers with you!  Since its March, I'm definitely ready for spring! And so I  decided to design my Purses Acrylic Dividers in bright, spring theme!  I'm also going to show you the easy techniques I  used as well!  


For Divider #1, I colored my acrylic using three different alcohol inks as my background. 


I chose a light pink, yellow and green for my colors blending them from light to dark.  


Then using my Beacon 3-in-1 Adhesive, I  adhered strips of patterned paper across the center as shown.  I trimmed the excess off with scissors and sanded the edges with my sanding tool. I  then was ready to embellish and add small die cut shapes and enamel dots.  


For Divider #2, I  again used alcohol ink except I  only covered the top portion of my card. 


I  used a pearlized pink color that looks lovely on the acrylic!  Again using my Beacon Adhesive, I adhered patterned paper to the bottom portion of my card.  I  trimmed off excess paper with scissors and an x-acto knife followed by using my sanding tool. 


Last but not least, for card #3 I  use pink chalk paint to color the entire Divider.  I  actually love how it turned out!  


I  covered the middle third with patterned paper and then added embellishments to accent!  


Thank you for stopping by the blog today! You can find all of the Memory-Dex DIY products by clicking HERE! Have a great day! 

Additional products used: patterned paper, die cut shapes, stickers, epoxy frame, enamel dots: Pinkfresh Studios; alcohol ink: Ranger; paint:  FolkArt; bakers twine:  Whisker Graphics, adhesive: Beacon,, Tombow; sewing machine: Janome; misc: thread, x-acto knife, sanding tool, seam binding.


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