Clear Scraps Witches Hat Shaker -- Birthday Witches Card

Hey there everybody!!  Laura here today!  Have you ever tried using acrylic to

 create a card?  I have one to share with you today with some fun techniques too!

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In the picture you can see the light shine through on the right.

I wanted to make sure you could see the cool effect of the acrylic!

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This is the acrylic piece with the alcohol inks applied.  It's a unique

background, no two turn out the same!  Fun to watch as you dab

the colors on the acrylic piece!  And the cardstock color you choose

to go behind it will change the look like you can see in this photo:

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The cute Witches Hat Shaker is one of the NEW shakers available!

You can find it HERE.  All of the new in the store can be found HERE.

I created this cute shaker by painting the top layer with black acrylic

paint, and while it dried, I traced the shape out of some purple distressed 

looking patterned paper, then cut it out and glued it to the base piece.  I glued 

on the other layers, but before I glued on the acrylic layer and the top painted

frame, I added a few sequins and beads, then I tied on a little ribbon bow.

The sentiment I printed off my computer and trimmed it into a banner,

then matted it and used foam tape to adhere it to the card front.

If you look closely, there IS a little more to that front acrylic piece.

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The random black damask pattern was created using the Clear Scraps

6" Damask stencil.  It's a nice touch for a Halloween card, I added

just a bit here and there using some black chalkboard paint for a

nice matte effect, and then the edges were brushed using the same

paint, applied using a foam brush.

Thanks so much for stopping by today!


Supplies Used: 

Clear Scraps:  acrylic sheet, Witches Hat Shaker, 6" Damask stencil

Other:  green cardstock, green ribbon, sequin mix, black chalboard paint,

Bella Blvd sticker, Paper House paper, purple and green alcohol inks.

Maple Leaf Shaker Card


Hello hello hello crafty friends... Autumn will officially be here on September 22nd in the US. But the feeling of getting into a new season is bringing a feeling for a new hope, a change. When the leaves start to change colors is one of the signs that the new season is here. Today, on my card, I am featuring the Mini Shaker Maple Leaf and 6" Leaves Stencil, that they are just perfect for this season!


I started with getting the top and bottom leaf ready to be painted. I used 3 shades of gold acrylic paints to create an ombre gold color look on the maple leaf.


I painted the each leaf piece with the small flat brush. I set them aside to dry and then I added another layer of the paints. I did it 2 times.

While the paint drying on the side, I worked on the card background.


I used a 5" x 6.5" ivory card (it is 1" bigger than A2 size card). I added the 6" Leaves stencil on top of the card, secure it with low tack tape (washi tape will work well, too), and then I added the Oxide Distress inks (Spiced Marmalade, Peeled Paint, and Walnut Stain) on the card with small round blending brush.

After blending the ink colors on the card, I added the burlap paper on top of it with TapeRunner adhesive.


The paint was dried well. I started to put each layer of the shaker chipboard together with 3-in-1 Beacon adhesive. I sprinkled a decent amount of sequin mix in the middle of the shaker. Then, I removed the clear plastic from the acetate (remember to remove both sides! I almost made a mistake!!!). I added the acetate on top of the chipboard with the same adhesive and then I added the top piece of the maple leave. It is done.

I leave it as it is, no sentiment so I can send it out for any occasions in this Autumn season. I hope this project gives you an idea to create with Clear Scraps

Thank you so much for stopping by our blog today. Have a wonderful day!

Spread Some Cheer

Good morning all my crafty friends, this is Dora, and this morning we are going to look a a cute way to make some ornament tags. These tags are unique, because you hang them on your tree, and they are acrylic instead of chipboard/wood. I had so much fun making them and had to share them with all of you. These tags were also featured in the Stamp and Scrapbook @home expo which you can find HERE!! If you are interested in making any of these two, you can find the acrylic tag HERE, and the snowflake stencil HERE! Let's get started....

1.) Grab out your acrylic tags and make sure you take the thin plastic covering off each side. Then put a coat of clear Gesso over the front and back of the tags. This will ensure that the paints, pastes, and and stamping stay on the tags.


2.) Choose the stencils you want for the background. I have chosen the snowflake and bulbs. Though, in the end I only used the snowflake one. Grab some texture paste, place the stencil where you want the snowflakes, and apply the paste. Be sure it is fully dry before going to the next step!


3.) this is an option step. If you wanted to do something different, other than with a stencil, you can apply the paste onto the tag. This will give a "snow" like look. as you can see in the photo below, I also added some glitters of all sizes, along with embossing powders. (BE CAREFUL will heating the embossing powders. It will melt the tag if you are not paying attention).


4.) Here I have taken out some stamps to give some background texture to all the white. Be sure to use a permanent ink so they stay and not bleed with anything you add on top.


5.) Next, I start gathering up all the elements I would like to use on the tag. Here are some paper elements that I am going to distress with some inks. It will give it that vintage look when finished.


6.) Now come the fun part... placing all the elements where you would like them to be on the tags. Once you have the composition down, adhere them using a strong glue, to make sure they stay. I am using a matte gel medium. You will also notice that I add a few extras before it is fully completed!!


7.) This is also an optional step, but one I feel bis a must. I love making splatters all the piece when it is completed. Give a pop of color and bring everything together. For this I am using acrylic inks (watered down paints for the use of an ink). With a paint brush - small tipped - dip in the ink and tap all over the tags until it looks just how you like it.


Below you will see the two finishes tags. I can't wait to see what you create for your tree this year. Hope that you have enjoyed learning another way to use the acrylic tags and snowflake stencil. Until next time, HAPPY CRAFTING!!! 

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Other Materials Used - Gesso, Texture Paste, Glitter, Matte Gel Medium, Sticks from the yard, Paper Elements, Stamps, Charms, Bells, Santa Pin, and Diamond Dots.

Tea Time Stencil Card

Hello Crafty Friends! I'm happy to be back on the Clear Scraps Blog with a easy card making project using one of the new Clear Scraps Stencils. Who doesn't enjoy a cup of tea while cardmaking!

Supply List: 

White heavy cardstock, watercolor card or blank 8x8 card base

Clear Scraps "Tea Time" Stencil  (6x6 size) is what I used for my project. You can find it here Tea Time Stencil

Spectrum Noir Harmony Inks in Fushia,Plum Pudding and Oasis

Diecut sentiment or stamped sentiment  (I used a diecut from Crafters Companion Vintage Tea Party)

Ink dabbers, Washi tape or painters tape to hold stencil in place 

Paper trimmer, diecutting machine, ribbon or tulle, crystal gem, corner edge stickers, foam dots and glue

Assorted colored and or glitter cardstock 


To begin I cut my white card to measure 6x5 3/4 and applied tape around all edges of  my Clear Scraps stencil to hole it in place. I then took my ink dabber and Spectrum Noir Oasis Harmony ink, rubbed off the excess on a piece of scrap cardboard, then  in a swirling motion, I applied ink over my stencil. Continue adding the other two inks and go over the stencil image, until you get the look you want. Harmony Inks blend pretty easily and you don't need too much. 


When finished carefully remove your stencil from your card base. Let dry. 

Next chose two coordinating papers to mat your card. For the turquoise paper I glued down onto my card base. I chose some glitter card for my second layer and I cut to 73/4 inches, leaving about 1/4 inch border of my turquoise base card visible. Then I applied foam dots to the back of my glitter card before adhering on top of my turquoise layer. 


Take your stencil layer card and add foam dots to the back and then adhere this on top of your glitter card. On 3 of the glitter card corners I added some silver edged corner stickers.

Next I diecut a sentiment and glued it to the top right corner of my card. You may use one of favorite stamped sentiments or sticker if you prefer. 

Lastly I tied a piece of Turquoise Tulle into a bow and glued it to the upper left hand corner of my card. I glued a purple sparkle gem to the middle of my bow!



I hope I have inspired you today to try making some of your own cards to send out to your friends and family.  Don't forget to check out all the great styles of stencils and crafting supplies at Click here

Thank you for stopping by the Clear Scraps Blog! Happy Crafting! See you soon.



Featured Designer Maya Yang

Hi friends! Hope you are all doing well. It's Maya here on the blog today and I'm so excited to share my first project as a featured designer at Clear Scraps. I created this mixed media Christmas tag using the Acrylic Tag, Mini Shaker Gnome, and 4x6 Brick Wall Stencil. Being a big fan of mixed media, I had so much fun to create on this tag!


Below are the process pictures of how I created this mixed media tag. Before we start, first thing to do is to remove film from both sides. (It's for keeping the tag crystal clear!)


Then, I stamped "Let's celebrate" and "Time for Celebration" on the tag with black archival ink. The ink dried quick and stayed on acrylic surface very well! After the ink dried, I painted some brick pattern using Brick Wall Masking Stencil and red acrylic paint.


Here I used a gnome from Mini Shaker Gnome pack and embossed it with white embossing powder. Then I traced the gnome to a paper, cut it and glued it to the gnome.
The next steps are pretty easy and fun. I cut a paper into slanted and adhered to the background. Then I adhered the gnome and some ephemera pieces for decoration.
Lastly, I created snow effect by tapping a foam brush with white acrylic paint. I also tied a lanyard using red lace ribbon to finish it up.
Thank you for stopping by the blog today! I hope this project give you an idea to create with acrylic tag or album. Happy crafting!

Additional Products Used:
Patterned Paper, Ephemera: Simple Stories "Holly Jolly Collection"
Paint: Master's Touch Acrylic Paint Set
Ink: Ranger Archival Ink Jet Black & VersaMark Watermark Ink Stamp Pad
Embossing Powder: Stampendous Detailed White
Adhesive: Aleene's Original Tacky Glue

Fall Tag with Chipboard Oak Trees

Hola! Tami here with you today.

The calendar may say it's September, but here in San Antonio the thermometer is still inching upwards of 100 degrees EVERY day! I could use some soft fall breezes right now.

So if fall won't come to me outside, I decided to bring a little bit of it inside. Clear Scraps has many Chipboard Embellishments and the Oak Trees is a beautiful one...

I thought they would be even more stunning decked out in the wonderful colors of Autumn.

Here is the tag I made using the Oak Trees Chipboard Embellishment...

To make the tag, I first spritzed the tag with a sky blue towards the top and brown and rust towards the bottom.

I also cut some hills from chipboard and spritzed them as well using copper and brown...


Next I colored the leafy portions of the trees with pearlized inks; I did one in silver and one in gold...


Then I added areas of different colors of gelatos around the leafy portions of the chipboard pieces...


and then blended the colors slightly...


the branches and trunk were colored in with pencils...


the sentiment was stamped at the right of the front hill in black ink...


then the elements were assembled on the tag using foam tape to add dimension to the top hill and left tree...


to finish the tag, I tied some raffia in a bow at the top and embellished it with leaves

I made by inking cardstock with several colors of pearlized ink, then stamping the leaf pattern over it...


I hope this project has inspired you to get to creating some Fall projects of your own!

Please check back tomorrow for another great project from the Design Team!


Clear Scraps: Oak Trees Chipboard Embellishment

Other: Clearsnap: Smooch Accent Ink: Gold Lame, Silver Fox, Pumpkin, Sundance, Copper and Luscious Lime, Smooch Spritz: Spun Sugar, Log Cabin, Sea Kiss, Copper and Gingersnap and Wicked Black Dye Ink, The Stamps of Life: Leaves4Fall, Faber-Castell: Gelatos: Red, Orange, Yellow, Mustard, Olive, Brown and Silver, PrismaColor: Brown Pencils and Raffia

Tools: Clearsnap: Color Catcher and Color Blender, Beacon Adhesives: Mixed Media Glue, Foam Tape, Scissors, Blending Sponges

Using Embossed Acrylic Sheet In Two Ways

Hello hello hello! Helen is here... Today I would like to how you can use embossed Clear Scraps Acrylic Sheet on cards in two ways.


These Acrylic Sheets are amazing and they come in 12 x 12 size which are perfect for all kind of projects that you can think of. You can cut them, emboss them, stamp on them, shape them, and more! And nn my cards today, I use the embossing technique.

First, I cut the acrylic sheet into 4.25" x 5.5" with my paper trimmer. I run the blade 3 times to make sure it cut through.

I place each piece of the acrylic sheet in between the embossing folder and I run it through my Gemini Junior machine as I usually embossing paper.

If you would like to watch how it's done, go to Clear Scraps YouTube Video here.


On my first card, I added some alcohol inks on the embossed acrylic sheet. I also use alcohol ink blending solution and straw to move the ink around the surface.

When the alcohol inks were mostly dry and the surface was a little bit tacky, I added some black and gold foil sheets on it.

I added some permanent dries-clear adhesive glue around the edges of the finished acrylic sheet background and then I added it directly on a white card. I held it down with a heavy book until the glue dried.

I added the die cut word on top of the acrylic background with the same adhesive glue.


For the second card, I made a shaker card. I used the embossing and frost technique by following the steps in the video tutorial from Susan Frase, Clear Scraps. I don't have the electric sanding machine like hers, but I used a simple craft sanding block on my card.


After sanding the embossed acrylic sheet, I added the die-cut rectangle frame on top of it using double-sided tape. Then, I trimmed the extra acrylic sheet with scissors.

I trimmed some 3D foam tape and added them around the edges of the back of the embossed acrylic sheet.

I added some sequins mix on the card (in the middle of it). And then I added the embossed acrylic wit 3D foam tape on the card.

I die cut the word sentiment out of black cardstock and I added them oh the card with dries-clear permanent adhesive glue.


I hope these two cards give you more ideas how to create with Clear Scraps Acrylic Sheet. These techniques are fun to try! 

Thank you so much for stopping by... Have wonderful day!

Watercoloring with your Stencils


Greetings!  Today I am so excited to share this stenciled watercolor technique I used to create this card.  I know previously I have shared how to create watercolor pieces using watercolor pencils, but this time I chose to try watercolor markers. 
Supplies needed
watercolor paper
Watercolor markers
water brush or paint brush and water
border punch

Start by securing your paper to your work space. 

Trace images from Clear Scraps 6" Flamingos Stencil using watercolor markers. I used a light pink on the top of my flamingo and a darker pink along the bottom of the flamingos. 

Using a water brush draw ink toward the inside of the flamingos . 


Draw in water with watercolor markers and blend with water brush. 


Draw in sandy shore and blend. 

Using the Clear Scraps 4 x 6 Pine Cone Stencil  and varying green watercolors markers, pine branches. 


Blend ink outward using your water brush to create palm leaves. I just love that I can use this stencil for pine branches and for palm leaves. 


Once dry, mat watercolor image onto pink card stock and then onto green card stock.  Border punch the edge of card stock and add to card base to finish. 
I hope you are excited to get creative with your stencils. 

Geckos, Geckos Everywhere!

Hello, Kelly here and I made a few cards with the geckos chipboard today, they are fun! Check out the Clear Scraps blog for more ideas. 

Supplies used - 

Printed card stock
Spray inks 
Acrylic paint
Gold gesso
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These cards were quick and easy! To start with, I painted these geckos with gesso then distress paints and splattered then with gold gesso. They remind me of the little salamanders we get in Michigan, they are generally blue or black with gold-colored spots.

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I used some pre-printed cards, then gold embossing powder for the sentiment, Dream Big Dreams, then glued the geckos in place! I have some cool cards for every day to send out to friends! 
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Quick idea - if you have lots of extra cards, start a FB group and send lots of mail, who doesn't love getting mail especially handmade cards.
You can find more Chipboard Embellishment Shapes by going HERE! Have a great day! 

Christmas Snow Globe By Steph

Hi everyone, Steph Ackerman here today creating an early Christmas card.  It's never too early to start creating your Christmas cards and the Snow Globe chipboard embellishment is perfect for Christmas cards.


I began by coloring the snow globe with gold ink then embossing it with clear embossing powder.  After heat setting, the snow globe had a really nice shine.   Christmas Greetings was die cut from Rinea Silver/Gold Glossy Foiled Paper and added to the snow globe.  To finish, I added Sapphire/Gold Glossy Foiled Paper behind the snow globe.   


I added additional color and dimension by die cutting some additional leaves from Rinea Emerald/Gold Foiled Paper and adhering them on the silver layer.  Liquid Pearls were then used to create the berries as well as the dots on Christmas Greetings.


A 4 layer card was created from pattern paper and cardstock.  The top panel was wrapped with a glittery ribbon before it was added to the card.


Finally, I applied foam adhesives to the snow globe to provide some additional dimension before placing it on the card.


What do you think?  Are you ready to start creating your Christmas cards yet?


Thanks for stopping.


Other Supplies: Rinea Foiled Papers; Ranger Liquid Pearls; Imagine Ink and Embossing Powder

Sew Artful

Hello and good morning to all you crafty souls!! This is Dora, hope you are doing well, and staying safe out there!! Today I want to share something I made featuring the Blank Wood Cards found HERE! , Dress Form Chipboard Embellishment Shapes found HERE! , and the Chipboard circles/rings found HERE! Since this is a process that takes a little longer to do, I decided to make a video tutorial, that you can follow along with easier. 

Here is the full photo of the finished piece.

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Just click play below and enjoy the process!! 

As you seen in the video, it is all about placement, and how you see something come together. For me, I enjoy building up and layering items together, to create a story! 

Here are a couple photos of the finished piece so that you can see the details up close. Happy creating and Blessings!

Don't forget to check out ClearScraps HERE! and all the What's New HERE! 

Materials Used : Chipboard Dress Forms, Blank Wood Cards (2), and the Chipboard Circle/Rings

Other Materials Used : Black Gesso, Cracked Stencil, Mica Powders, Matte Gel Medium, Various Embellishments - flowers, leaves, tape measures, tags, paper, and pearls - Foam Tape, Lace, String, Buttons, and a Small Glass Bottle.


Stenciled Forest Scene Greeting Card

I love playing with Stencils!   And I love playing with inks!  This card allowed my to play with both! Clear Scraps has some amazing stencils and I decided to combine a few to create this beautiful card! 

This Card features

other supplies
Watercolor paper, distress inks, greeting sentiment, embossing inks and powder

Start by securing and inking your Clear Scraps 4x6 Sunrise Stencil with distress inks onto watercolor paper.  Be sure to leave room at the bottom for your trees.

Begin inking Clear Scraps 5 x 9 Mountain Scene Layering Stencil.  I used 3 differnt green inks and moved my stencil along the bottom of card, filling in any gaps with ink.

You can see how I moved the stencil, and even a few gaps left behind. 

 Here I moved the stencil to "cover" those gaps with more trees.

Continue moving your stencil to cover the bottom of card.

Here is a close up of the stenciled piece.

Stamp sentiment at top of card, then mat on card stock and add to card base.


 Coat chipboard with Embossing ink.

 Cover with Embossing powder and heat emboss.

 Just look at that shine!

 Add embossed butterfly to card to finish!   I hope you are inspired to stenciling on your cards!.



Baby Shaker Card

Hello Crafters!

I'm back today on the Clear Scraps Blog to share a cute shaker card project. Clear Scraps has a wide variety of shaker designs for any holiday or occasion.  They have added so many new designs to play with. 

For my project, I chose the new "Onesie" baby shaker. You can get yours here Baby "Onesie" shaker


The first thing I did was assemble the shaker. I made some of my own confetti from the matching scraps of paper I has left over. I used a regular paper hole punch to make my confetti. If you have a baby design punch that would be fun to use also.   I added some sequins, Doodlebug shaped flower/square pieces and also added some pastel colored beads! The possibilities are endless! 

Next I took the bottom shaker piece and I traced it onto the piece of paper and cut it out. Then I glued my paper to the base shape. You can also paint or emboss the base if you wish.  Trim any excess paper with an xacto knife. I also took the top chipboard layer and painted around the top edges with acrylic paint. Let dry. 


Next you can start adhering your next chipboard layers and add adhesive to the back and place one on top of the other. Fill the inside of your shaker with whatever you chose. Then glue the acrylic sheet layer on top. Be sure to remove the protective film from both sides of your shaker before gluing it down. Add your last painted chipboard piece on top. 


Now it's time to make your card. I started with a 7x5 inch white card. I choose one of the papers from Prima Marketing "Heaven Scent" collection and cut it to the same size as my card base. Then used glue to adhere my paper to my card. For the next card layer, I cut it slightly smaller than my first paper, leaving about 1/4 inch showing around the edge. I added some pop dots to the back of my second paper card layer, then adhered on top of my previous card layer. 

Next you can decide how you want to decorate the front of your card,  and where you want to place your shaker element. I fuzzy cut a few elements I wanted to use for my card. Then inked the edges. 

 I added pop dots to the back of my fuzzy cut pieces, including the little bird. I took a short piece of string and glued on the back of my baby piece before adhering it to my card. I added some Stickles glitter to the fur on the baby booties, and on the birdie wings. I also took a few Dazzle flower stickers and adhered them on top of the baby piece with the bow at the top. Lastly I added a few Prima Crystal gems and scattered them about on my card base. 


I hope you enjoyed this shaker card project today and  I have inspired you!  I'm sure any mother to be,  would love to receive a handmade card you created especially for them! Thank you for stopping by the Clear Scraps Blog today! Be sure to check out all the great products from Clear Scraps!

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Until next month, take care and Happy Crafting!




Peace Mixed Media Shaker Card

Hello everyone... Helen is here. I am dreaming of peaceful beach these days... And I created this peace mixed media shaker card to share with you all


I started with painting the beach shore line with watercolor paint on a 140 lbs watercolor paper for the background. For me, painting is a relaxing moment. I love how the background turned out. Dried the finished painting with craft heater.

I used the 3 x 12 Peace be still Stencil for the sentiment. I taped the stencil on top of the watercolor paper with some low-tack purple tape, and then I used sponge dauber to add the white pigment ink on it. After that, carefully I peeled off the tape and dried the pigment ink with craft heater.

I added the finished background on the 5x7 card base with TapeRunner adhesive.


I painted the Mini Shaker Flip Flops with acrylic paints and small round detail brush. I used teal and white paints.

After the paints dried, I stacked them together with strong permanent adhesive glue and I put a heavy book on top until the glue dried.


After the glued dried, I added some of the giant irridescent sequins in the middle of the flip flop. I removed the clear film plastics from the acetate (all Clear Scrapes acetate plastic have protected clear films on both sides) and then I added the acetate plastic on top of the flip flop with strong adhesive glue. Then I added the last piece of the flip flop and the metal flowers on the flip flop with strong adhesive glue, and carefully I put the heavy book on top of it until the glue dried well.

I added the finished shaker flip flop on the card with the TapeRunner adhesive.

I hope this card cheers you all up today! Thank you so much for stopping by.

NeW! Gnome Shaker goes ELF!


Have you seen all the NeW! Shakers Clear Scraps has released? If not, ya gotta take a look! You can see them here, along with a bunch of other new products that have been recently released... WHAT'S NEW

I love the new Gnome Mini Shaker...

He is just adorable! Uber cute as a gnome, but I can also see him as a wizard or santa or an ELF! And since it is July, I thought a Christmas in July project would be fun. If you are  finding yourself with extra time on your hands at the moment, why not get a little holiday crafting done?

I decided to "deconstruct" my shaker since I wanted to embellish a wine bottle and only had 1 shaker on hand. But you could also do this project with 3 shakers and fill them with sequins, tiny bells, pom poms, glitter, etc. I started with a clear bottle from a craft store and inked it green with a glass paint dauber, but you could start with a green bottle.


To make the elves, I painted the hat outline of the chipboard pieces red and the beard portion white. Then I backed them with printed papers. I accordion folded strips of printed papers for the arms and legs and added mittens and shoes with black cardstock. I used eyelash fringe yarn for the hair and inked a white pom pom pink for the nose. A swirl of trim and a rhinestone at the tip of the hat added the finishing touch...

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To assemble the project, I adhered all the elves at angles down the front of the bottle. I used a piece of white covered wire, with several finger sized bends in it to hold the sticker (back the sticker with paper). The wire was inserted in the top of the cork and I tied a twine bow at the base of the sticker. I also added a ribbon bow to the neck of the bottle.

I created a tag with the leftover plastic insert and chipboard backing from the shaker...


I painted the hat red and the beard white on the plastic piece. I painted the chipboard backing piece white. I traced the bottom part of the chipboard piece on a piece of printed paper and cut that out for his clothes. Then did the same thing for the shoes on black cardstock. The clothes and shoes were glued onto the chipboard piece, then I flipped the plastic piece painted side DOWN and adhered it as well. This gives your tag a shiny look! Eyelash fringe was used for the hair and a white pom pom inked pink was used for the nose. A green rhinestone was added to the tip of the hat. I adhered a piece of printed paper to the tag, then used 3D Dots to adhere the elf. A twine bow through the hole finishes off the tag.

Clear Scraps shakers are fun to fill and use on projects, but using all the pieces separately made for fun projects as well! 


Clear Scraps: Gnome Mini Shaker

Other: Beacon Adhesives: Mixed Media Glue, The Crafter's Workshop: Spun Sugar and Candy Apple Red Acrylic Paint, Score-Pal Scoring Board, Wine Bottle and Cork, Printed Papers, Black Cardstock, White Covered Wire, Christmas Twine, Red Ribbon, Rhinestones, White Eyelash Fringe Yarn, White Mini Pom Poms, White Tag, Scissors and Trimmer