Clear Scraps Coffee Mug Chipboard--Cup of Love Acrylic Card

Hi there everyone!!!  Laura here today to give you a little last minute Valentine's Day

Card inspiration!  Or maybe you are working ahead for next year already!

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This card was created using one of the acrylic sheets available from Clear Scraps.

It's actually easy to make one of these cards. and it is so unique!  You can also

stamp on the acrylic, or use stencil pastes, or alcohol inks, but today, I went for

the clear route!   It was cut to a standard 5&1/2"x4&1/4" and the back piece of

red cardstock was cut at 5&1/2"x4&3/4" so it has 1/2" to fold over to attach the

acrylic front of the card easily.  I added a little decorative strip to dress it up a bit.

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And another of the absolutely adorable chipboard embellishments from

Clear Scraps takes center stage on this card.  I just love everything coffee,

and this Coffee Mug Chipboard is just perfect!  Love the little heart in the

center--perfect for Valentine's Day especially!  Easy to create too--I often

paint the Clear Scraps Chipboard Embellishments, but this time, I used

some pretty patterned paper for a different look.

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The pieces were just traced and cut out.  I brushed the edges with some

black distress ink.  I wanted to fill in the heart with a little something

extra, so I used a separate small scrap of white cardstock.

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I added a few small heart stickers for a little something extra, which

is why I wanted the nice white background.  After that some twine,

a few additional sentiment and decorative stickers, and it's done!

Sweet and simple, but looks great!  You can find a lot of different

chipboard pieces that make for super quick and easy cards in the

Clear Scraps store.  Check them all out right HERE.


Thanks for Stopping by today!  Stop back soon for more inspiration!


Supplies Used:

Clear Scraps:  Coffee Mug Chipboard Embellishment,

Acrylic Sheet.

Other:  Echo Park Cupid & Co. paper and stickers,

twine, foam tape, adhesive, Black Soot Distress Ink.

Stenciled Lighthouse Card

Hi everyone, Steph Ackerman here to share a stenciled Lighthouse card using the 6" Lighthouse Stencil.


My card is sized at 4 1/4" x 5 1/2" so I cut a white panel slightly smaller.  Centering the stencil on the white panel, I inked it with assorted colors in keeping with the lighthouse look.


Taking off the stencil, you can see what you've missed, realign the stencil and add additional colors.


I inked around the panel with light blue ink before matting it with black cardstock.


I matted the panel on a blue card with foam adhesives for dimension. 
To finish, I die cut Dream from black cardstock and added to the card.


Thanks for stopping by.


Other Supplies:  Imagine Crafts Inks, Cardstock, Momenta Die


Shamrock Mini Shaker Gift Bag


Tami on the blog to share another project with you.

As the calendar turns to spring, the colors of nature begin to burst with various colors of green. Some bright and cheery like the lime green of this cute little gift bag...


I turned the Shamrock Mini Shaker into a tag to embellish the bag; it is filled with some BLinGy green plastic flakes...


The top layer of the shaker was painted a dark green, then a layer of Smooch Glitz was added once the paint dried for a glittery finish. Printed paper was adhered to the back piece, and a sticker finishes the embellishment of the shamrock. A ribbon was glued to the back to form the ties for the tag.

This would be a cute little gift for St. Patrick's day of course - you could fill it with treats, a small gift or maybe a gift card. But it would also make a thoughtful gift for someone you want to send a little luck to; like looking for a new job or house, or maybe a competition they are entering or test they are taking. 

Don't forget to remove the protective plastic layer from BOTH sides of Clear Scrap's Shakers and Acrylic products.


Clear Scraps: Shamrock Mini Shaker

Other: Clear Snap: Parsley Color Eclipse and Shamrock Smooch Glitz, Reminisce Printed Paper and Sticker, Beacon Adhesives: Zip Dry, Mini Gift Tote, Ribbon and Fill

New Baby Card by Steph

Hi everyone, Steph Ackerman here today with a new baby card using the Stroller Chipboard Embellishment.


Remove the stroller from it's frame and ink it with distress inks in Bundled Sage and Ground Espresso.


I realized I wanted a card for a new baby girl, so I reinked the stroller carriage with pink ink, then embossed it with clear embossing powder.
You can see touches of pink along with the green ink on the stroller.
I created a 5 1/2" square card from pink cardstock, then cut baby paper slightly smaller and adhered together.
Die cutting a large circle, I placed it on the card.
Die cutting a slightly smaller circle, I adhered the stroller to the smaller circle, then placed it on the card using foam adhesives for dimension.
I stamped the phrase on another smaller circle and added it to the card with foam adhesives. 
Some  Robin's Nest dew drops were added about the stroller.
Perfect card for a new baby, don't you think?
Thanks for stopping by.
Other Supplies:  Cardstock, Pattern paper, Robin's Nest Dew Drops, Stamps

Jar of Hearts Love Card

Hi ya'll, Tami here with a card to share with you.

Valentine's Day was yesterday, but love is celebrated everyday! Birthdays, Anniversaries or ANY day you want to let someone know you care.

And what is the most universal symbol of love? Why hearts of course!

In this card, dozens of tiny hearts fill a jar made from Clear Scraps' Mason Jars Chipboard Embellishments... 


Here is a close-up pic of the jar...


I covered the solid jar chipboard piece with white cardstock that I stamped with bunches of tiny hearts. The outline jar chipboard piece was inked with silver at the top and white around the sides. I outlined the hearts and jar with black ink to bring out the designs since the card was so simple.

I also rounded the upper right corner of the mat and card for the same reason; a small detail to accent the simple design.

Look for other Chipboard Embellishments from Clear Scrap that can be layered and used together like this Mason Jar.

The Chipboard Embellishments are the perfect size to use on cards, tags, scrapbook pages or other small paper craft projects.

Supplies: Mason Jars Chipboard Embellishments

Other: The Stamps of Life: TinyTitles2Stamp and Minis4Circles, Clear Snap: Silver, White and Black Pigment Ink and Red Devil Archival Dye Ink, Beacon Adhesives: Zip Dry, White and Kraft Cardstock, Large Corner Rounder and Heat Gun

Quick Easy Stamped Acrylic Valentine's Day Card

 I love using acrylic in my cards!  For today's project I wanted to really play up on the transparent-ness of the acrylic and try stamping an image for accents on my acrylic and to add extra dimensions to my card. This is definitely a quick and easy project which I love this time of year as I always seem to be needing lots of last minute cards! 

Supplies needed

Clears Scraps 12 x 12 Acrylic Sheet

Stamps, Ink (staz-on and archival), patterned Paper, Doilies, Card Stock, Card Base, lace

Start by trimming your card base front so that you have about a 1/2 inch left as shown. 

Trim your Clears Scraps 12 x 12 Acrylic Sheet to fit your card base. Remove protective layer off  one side of your acrylic (I always leave the protective layer on my back side until I  am done creating!)  Stamp heart repeatedly onto acrylic. I choose a simpler stamp and used extra magnets (just in case) on my stamping platform. 

I just love how you can see through the acrylic and yet "see" the hearts I stamped! (note this still has the back layer of protective covering!) 

On your card base add lace. 

Adhere your stamped acrylic sheet to your lacy card base. 

Adhere your card stock to the inside of your card base. 

Add a patterned paper block and a stamped heart matted on a a paper doily to finish the inside of your card!  I hope you are inspired to try stamping on your Clears Scraps 12 x 12 Acrylic Sheets.  




Hearts Wood Card

Hi everyone, Steph Ackerman here today working with the Hearts Wood Card as well as the Love chipboard Word Title to create a gift for someone special.


The card is approximately 3 3/4" x 5 3/4".  2 wood pieces are included and 2  holes are drilled along the left side so you can turn the card into a mini album, if desired.  Ink the panels with red ink.


Cut pattern paper to fit the back panel.  Ink with brown ink and adhere to the back panel.


Using brown ink and a large background stamp, stamp off on scrap paper first then stamp onto the top panel.  This created a slightly distressed effect.


Ink around the edges of the wood panels with brown ink.  Also ink around the hearts with brown ink.


Ink the Love chipboard word with red ink and spritz with spray ink.  Once dry, ink around the edges with brown ink, then adhere to the front cover.


Use ribbon to hold the card together.  


Consider cutting pages to fit and filling with love notes or poems before adding the ribbon.

Check out the variety of wood cards available in the store.

Thanks for stopping by.


Other Supplies:  Imagine Ink; Rinea stamp; Lindy's Spray Inks; Ribbon

Love Mini Shaker Valentine Triptych


Tami with you on the blog today with a new project to share with you. Valentine's Day is coming up in just over a week; so now is the perfect time to make something special for someone special or just to add to your Valentine's Day decor.

Clear Scraps has lots and lots of fun shaker designs and I enjoy trying to find ways to incorporate them in my crafting. I thought it would be nice to create a Love themed triptych using the Love Mini Shaker and the Chipboard Tag Album. I also like all things vintage and Vintage Valentines are some of my favorite ephemera to collect. I had a paper collection that included vintage valentines in the designs, so I pulled that out to use along with some glitter, glitter gel pens, flowers, ribbons and vintage trims to use on the project.

Here is what it looked like when it was all finished...

I really like Clear Scrap's Chipboard Tag Album as you can use the pieces separately to make individual tags or make something by connecting them like this triptych.

I started with the Love Shaker. I painted the top layer with a base of white pearl pigment ink, then when that dried, I added a layer of Smooch Glitz and sprinkled with a vintage-white glitter while it was still wet...

Clear_scraps_valentine_love_shaker_chipboard_tag_bling_tsWhile the shaker dried, I applied a printed paper over the letters on the shaker back piece and a piece of silver foil board to the heart, then glued the other layers of the shaker on top of the back piece...

Clear_scraps_valentine_love_shaker_chipboard_tag_back_tsTo make the triptych, I used pieces of vintage twill tape to connect the tags. The tags were spaced about 1/2" apart to allow the pieces to fold...

Clear_scraps_valentine_love_shaker_chipboard_tag_join_tsThe fronts sides of the tags were covered with printed papers...


The Love Shaker was adhered to the center tag, then stickers (I outlined them with the Glitter Gel Pen), flowers and trims were added to embellish the triptych...


I hope you enjoyed this project and that you will come back soon to see what fabulous projects the other designers have to share with you!


Clear Scraps: Love Mini Shaker, Chipboard Tag Album and Sprinkles Heart Confetti Shaker Filler


Clear Snap: Adaline Opaline Pigment Ink, Pralines and Cream Fairy Dust Glitter and Frost Smooch Glitz, Reminisce Printed Papers and Stickers, Grafix: Silver Metallic Foil Board, Beacon Adhesives Zip Dry, King Art Silver Glitter Gel Pen, Bo Bunny Rhinestones and Pearls, Paper Flowers, Ribbons and Vintage Twill Tape, Silver Cord and Rick Rack

Quick and Easy Gift Bag using Mini LOVE SHaker



Today I am super excited to share this quick and easy Valentine's Day gift bag I created using my Mini Love Shaker from Clear Scraps. This time of year I seem to always be running to the store for gift bags. So, this year I decided to create my own! This project is so quick and easy. You just need enough time for your paint to dry! 

Start by painting your Mini Love Shaker from Clear Scraps base and top layer. I suggest starting with white an letting it dry before adding the red 

I chose to paint my heart red, but if this is a gift bag for a specific cause you could paint the heart to match - such as pink for breast cancer!

Once your paint is dry, begin assembling your shaker.  Add glitter and fillers! Then adhere your acrylic piece (DON'T Forget to recover the protective covering from both sides! )  

Add your top layer then adhere your shaker to two paper doilies as shown and attach to your bag! Just thinking here, this would also make a great gift box topper!  I hope you are inspired to get creative! 

1 Feathers Stencil 3 Cards by Maya

Happy February crafting friends! It's Maya on the blog today to share 3 clean and simple cards I made using the 5 x 9 Feathers Layering Stencil. The layering stencils are great for all kinds of projects to add creative designs. And I am going to show you how I used the stencil with the ink blending technique on these cards. Let's check it out!


The feathers layering stencil has two part designs with outer and inner layers.


1st Card


▼ For my first card, I decided to overlap the outer layer by blending 3 colors of Distress Oxide Ink.


▼ Next, I used a word stamp with black archival ink to finish the card.


2nd Card


▼ I decided to blend both outer and inner layers on this card with 4 different colors. I blended ink on the outer layer first.


▼ Then I overlapped the inner layer and blended the same color again. And I repeated the same process on the other 3 feathers. Last, I stamped words with "Live, Laugh, Love" by using black archival ink.


3rd Card


I used 2 feathers as masks that I traced from the stencil and cut down. Then I blended 4 colors of inks around the feathers.


▼ After I done the blending, I moved the masks and traced both outer and inner layers using a uni pin fine line drawing pen. 


▼ I also added extra touches by using the yellow stickles. 


Thank you so much for stopping by the blog today! I hope you are inspired to create cards using the stencils. Have a wonderful February!

Additional products used:
Cardstock Paper: Recollections
Ink: Ranger Distress Oxide Ink (colors: festive berries, scattered straw, twisted citron, tumbled glass), Ranger Archival Ink (Jet Black)
Pen: Uni Pin Fine Line Drawing Pen
Glitter Glue: Ranger Stickles (Yellow)

Clear Scraps Mini Shaker Mitten--I'm S-Mitten Valentine's Card

Hey there everyone!  Laura is here to share a little Valentine's inspiration with you today!

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I think out of all of the homemade cards, Valentine's can be one of the most special.

They are fun to embellish up any way you want to, because you will often give one to

that "someone special" in person on Valentine's Day.  This particular card was

created using one of the Clear Scraps Mini Shaker Mitten shapes.  Not necessarily

what you'd think of for Valentine's, but hey, I like to think outside the box!  Clear

Scraps has some lovely hearts and such if you'd prefer, but I saw the mitten and

the "S-Mitten" play on words just popped into my head.  Cute, right??!!

To start this one off I first painted the top outline/layer of the mitten with pink,

red, and white acrylic paint.  While that dried, I traced the back portion of the

mitten shaker onto a pretty piece of Valentine heart patterned paper.

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Next, I cut the shape out and then glued it to the back solid piece of the shaker.

Then I glued the other 2 unpainted outline shape pieces, to build up the shaker.

Next I added the super cute Valentine sprinkles.  These are NEW from Clear Scraps!

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This particular mix is called the Sprinkles Love Mix.  Look at the cute little hearts

and snowflakes and yes, sprinkles!  Just adorable!  You can find these and more

 in the "What's New" section in the Clear Scraps store right HERE.   After adding

those sprinkles, I glued on the acrylic layer--and remember--make sure to take

the protective film off of BOTH sides of your acrylic layer!!!  It's hard to tell, but it's

on there to keep it protected until you use it!  Lastly, you glue on the painted top piece.

While it all dries well, I created the standard A2 white card base (5&1/2"x4&1/4") and

added red and patterned paper.  I added some twine, trim and enamel dots to finish it up.


Thanks for Stopping by today!  Stop back soon for more inspiration!!


Supplies Used:

Clear Scraps:  Mini Shaker Mitten, Sprinkles Love Mix.

Other:  Doodlebug Cream and Sugar paper and Odds & Ends, enamel dots,

acrylic paint--white, pink, red, twine, red cardstock, foam tape.

Snow Day Acrylic Tag book

Hello Crafty Friends! It's Dana and I have a winter tag project to share with you today. If you haven't tried crafting with Clear Scraps acrylic yet, I encourage you to try it out.  Don't be intimidated by it.  I'm here to help you if you need to be inspired. 

For this project I chose Clear Scraps Circle Scallop Acrylic Album.   I'm also using Crate Paper "Bundled Up" paper and chipboard stickers to decorate my book.


My first tag measures 3 & 1/2 x 2 &1/4 inches. Peel off the protective film on borh sides of your acrylic tag. I only peel off each protective layer as I go along.  I traced and cut out my paper. Mark and punch out your top holes. Then adhere paper to the back of your acrylic tag. I cut out a sentiment flag and glued towards the bottom of my tag. Added a chipboard sticker and snowflake on the top of my tag. 


Back of tag #1: I cut another coordinating paper and glued to my acrylic tag. I cut out a sentiment and ahered to the bottom. Added a ephemera snowflake in the middle part of my tag and glued a silver rhinestone in the middle of my snowflake.


Tag #2: measures at 3 & 1/2 x 4 & 1/4 inches. Adhere your paper to the back side of your tag. Mark and punch holes on top. Then I cut my other paper at 3 & 1/2 x 2 inches and adhered it as a pocket. I added a sentiment sticker and mittens embellishment to the front of my pocket and tucked a mitten ephermera card inside my pocket.


 The back of #2: cut my paper to measure 3 & 1/2 x 4 & 1/4 inches and glued down onto my tag surface. Then cut another paper at 3 & 1/2 x 2 1/4  to create a pocket. I added a sentiment chipboard sticker and cut out a journaling tag to tuck inside my pocket. Added some silver tinsel through the top hole on my tag. 


Tag # 3: I chose to add a photo to the back of my chipboard sticker frame. Then glued this onto the center of my acrylic tag. Cut out a sentiment from one of my papers and adhered to the bottom of my photo. Then added a chipboard sticker snowflake to the upper left corner of my photo frame. I took some Luna paste " moonlight pearl" and applied with a small paintbrush tmaround the edge of my acrylic tag. This adds a nice frosty effect. Let dry.


Back of tag #3: I cut my paper to measure 2 & 3/4 x 4 & 1/2 inches. Adhere to your acrylic tag surface. I cut out Dashing through the snow sentiment and added foam dots to the back. Then adhere onto my tag. Glued a jolly snowman on sled chipboard sticker. Added some fake snow to the bottom of my sled and Stickles glitter to my snowman scarf. 


Tag #4: Paper measures at 3 & 1/2 x 6 inches. Adhere to tag surface. I created another pocket measuring 3 & 1/2 x 2 & 1/4 inches. Added some silver Washi tape to top if my tag and on both top and bottom of my pocket. Tucked a Hat ephermera card inside my pocket. Added a silver snowflake embellishment to the upper left corner of my tag. And a Snow sentiment sticker to my pocket. 


Back side of tag #4: cut paper at 3 & 1/2 x 5 & 1/2 inches and adhered to tag surface. Then I cut a polka dot paper to measure 3 & 1/4 x 5 inches and scored it on the left side at 1/2 inch, attached it evenly on left side of tag. This creates a flip page. You may add a photo inside if you like. To decorate my flip page I added a girl on sled sticker and acouple chipboard embellishment stickers.


Tag # 5 adhere a 3 & 1/2 x 6 inch polka dot paper to back of your acrylic tag. Made another pocket as I did previously. Tucked an ephermera snow angel inside my pocket. Glued 3 banner flags to the top of my tag surface. Added pop dots to the back of my mitten empherma and adhered to the front of  my pocket.



Back of tag #5: Paper measures 3 & 1/2 x 5 inches. Made another pocket. Tied twine and jute cords to my tags and added some chipboard stickers to decorate my tags, before tucking into my pocket. Then glued one chipboard girl on skates sticker to my front if my pocket. 


Tag # 6: Paper measures 3 & 1/2 x 8 inches. Set aside.  I added a photo to the back of my empherma frame and glued to the middle of my tag.  Next I adhered my paper to the back of my acrylic tag,  being careful to only place glue behind your photo frame and sentiment so your glue won't show through your acrylic. Next I added a  sticker embellishment to top of my tag. Pop dot to the back of  my snowflake ephermera piece and adhered this to the upper left corner of my photo frame. I also added a pop dot to the back of my "Noted" empherma piece and adhered this to the bottom of my frame. Adhered a sled sticker and snowflake chipboard sticker to finish my tag. 


To finish off my tag book, I added acouple silver metal rings and then tied some red tulle and ribbons onto my metal rings.





I hope you enjoyed my project today and you will try making one of your own. Thank you for visiting the Clear Scraps blog today. Don't forget to check out the Clear Scraps website for all your crafting needs. Click Here

Until we meet again, Happy Crafting! 

Other Supplies used: Luna paste "moonlight pearl", Crate paper bundled up papers and chipboard stickers, Stickles glitter Diamond and Star Dust, Tulle, Ribbon, Beacon 3 in 1 Glue.




Spring Window by Kelly Parker

Hello on the blog with Clear Scraps today and I have created a hinged Window Shaker! I love this and it was such a fun project, I hope you enjoy it too!

To start off this project, I had this vision of what I wanted it to look like but I wasn't sure how to achieve that look, so I started by die cutting all kinds of small leave images from some of my Gelli plate printed papers in greens, yellows, and blues. I wanted a variety to choose from and not run out. 
I then decided to use washi tape to cover the back of the window. I generally apply glue then add the washi tape then cut off the edges. 
While the washi tape was drying, I put together the acrylic window. First I had to cut another piece of acrylic because I wanted to add sequins to the front of the window. Pulling out some packaging, I traced around the window and cut out another piece to go on the back. I glued a chipboard window to the back of the acrylic then another chipboard then added the sequins in Ocean and Lovely colors then added the acrylic to the back of this sandwich. You can see it below, the clips are holding it together until it is dry. 
After everything was dry, I started to glue down the die-cut pieces to create an illusion of looking through a window. I added leaves to the front and to the inside of the piece after I added the image of the woman peeking out the window.  After this was dry, I drilled holes along the edge and tied it together with some string. 


Thanks for stopping by, hope you enjoyed this project as much as I had creating it!!

Valentine's Day Shaker Card by Maya

Hello crafty friends! Maya on the blog today to share this shaker card (6.5 x 5 inches) using the mini shaker heart and the sprinkles heart confetti. This will be my Valentine's Day card to my hubby! Do you make your own Valentine's Day card? 


▼ This is the mini shaker heart pack, including 1 chip back, 3 chip forms, and 1 acrylic divider.


▼ On the chip back, I traced the heart shape to a patterned paper, cut it and glued the paper to the chip back. I also added a sticker with two swans to the middle of the heart.


▼ Here I glued two chip forms and put in the sprinkles heart confetti. Next, I removed the protective films on the acrylic divider and glued it to cover the heart. 


▼ For the top layer, I decided to give it a coat of white embossing powder. I tapped the chipboard on the watermark ink pad, sprinkled white embossing powder, and heated with a heat gun.


▼ After I finished the shaker heart, I decorated the background with 2 patterned papers,  a 3 x 4 card and some stickers.

I really love how it turned out! Hope you are inspired to create a shaker card and you can see all of the shakers by clicking HERE! Thank you for stopping by today. Have a good week! Blessings.

Additional products used:
Patterned Paper, Ephemera, Stickers: Echo Park You & Me Collection
Stamp Pad: Versamark Watermark Ink Pad 
Embossing Powder: Stampendous
Adhesive: Aleene's Original Tacky Glue

Valentine Slimline Cards with Clear Scraps

Hello everyone!  It's Jennifer on the blog today sharing some fun, easy slimline cards I created using Clear Scraps products! Valentines Day is less than a month away so its not too early to get started on some of your own DIY cards! The slimline size is all the rage right now so I decided to incorporate them in to my project.  Each card is approximately 3 1/2 x 8 1/2 inches.  I'm also going to show you the techniques I used! 


For my first card, the base is white cardstock that I cut 7 x 8 1/2 inches. I used my Scor-Pal to create a fold at 3 1/2 inches. I adhered a light pink dot background as well as a scalloped border from a die.


For my focal point, I used the Banner Heart Chipboard Embellishment Shape.   I painted the top piece using red chalk paint ensuring I covered all edges.  For the bottom heart base, I applied Beacon 3-in-1 Adhesive to adhere patterned paper.  I cut the excess with scissors followed by sanding the edges with my sanding tool. 


Next, taking the top portion of my chipboard embellishment, I applied embossing ink to the top surface. I then added red glitter embossing powder and set with heat. I was now ready to assemble my chipboard pieces together using the Beacon 3-in-1.  


Before adhering the Banner Heart Chipboard Embellishment, I stamped a sentiment onto the front of the card as well as added die cuts from the collection I used. 


I also added a couple tags to the top left corner securing them with a small staple. 


For my next card, I trimmed a sheet of the 12x12 Acrylic to 3 1/2 x 8 1/2 to act as the front cover of my card. I then cut a piece of white cardstock to 3 3/4 x 8 1/2, scoring at 1/2 inch to create a flap. 


At the top portion of the acrylic, I secured the 4x6 Hearts Stencil using washi tape. I then applied a thin layer of modeling paste using a spatula.  I did not worry about my paste being uniform as I wanted to have a bit of distressed look. Once my paste was dry, I added pink, blue, and red Distress Oxide Inks to the surface blending with a foam brush.


Here you can see the end result of the modeling paste + Distress Oxide. I love how the colors compliment each other! 


I was then ready to finish assembling my card as well as add coordinating die cuts and stickers.  


Thank you for stopping by the blog today!  You can find all Clear Scraps products I used in the shop! Have a great day!

Additional products used:  patterned paper, die cuts, stickers:  Simple Stories; cardstock, embossing powder:  American Crafts; paint: FolkArt; modeling paste: Teresa Collins Designs; embossing ink, distress oxide inks, pigment ink: Ranger; adhesive: Beacon, Thermoweb, Tombow; stamps: Concord & 9th; scalloped slimline die: Pinkfresh Studios; stapler, metal clip: Tim Holtz; rainbow dots: Taylored Expressions; border punch: EK Success; sewing machine: Janome; misc: thread

Creating a White Wintery Card

Wintery greetings!   I have been inspired this month to create some projects that are white on white!  When finished, the projects have such a winter-y feel to them! Today I am excited to share this Winter-y white card I created with some of my favorite Clear Scraps supplies! 
To recreate this card you will need:

Clear Scraps 4 x 6 Brick Wall Stencil 

Clear Scraps Circle Dots Chipboard Embellishment

Clear Scraps Fancy Butterflies Chipboard Embellishment

additional supplies needed:

White Card stock, White Card base, white ribbon, white paint, Light modeling paste, pallet knife, paint brush, stickles

Start by securing your Clear Scraps 4 x 6 Brick Wall Stencil  over a piece of white card stock that is trimmed slightly smaller than your card base.  Apply Light modeling paste over stencil. 

Move your stencil and apply modeling paste again to fill your card stock with bricks. Let dry. 
Paint your chipboard embellishments white. Let dry. 
Add stickles to the dots on the Clear Scraps Circle Dots Chipboard Embellishment
Add dried brick background to card base. Add painted Clear Scraps Circle Dots Chipboard Embellishment and painted Clear Scraps Fancy Butterflies Chipboard Embellishment to card. 


Finish your card by adding a sheer white bow! I hope you are excited to get creative with your Clear Scraps chipboard and stencils!