Cupcake Wood Card~

Hi, Connie here with a Cupcake Wood Card, by Clear Scraps.  Perfect for birthdays or it would go awesome with a dozen cupcakes.  I'm sure you would agree~

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These wood cards are fun to create and so super cute!!  This one was painted and pattern paper was adhered to the inside of the card.  The pattern paper shows through the cutout cupcake, that you see on the front of the wood card.  Stickers and stamps were used to decorate the front of the card.   My crop-a-dile was used, to punch holes in the wood, so  ribbon could  be used, to tie the card together. 

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I used a "Happy Birthday" sticker on the inside of the card.  The outside and inside were splattered with orange acrylic paint to complete the finished card. 

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Clear Scraps has nine different designs of the wood cards.  Check them out here~

Thanks for stopping by~
Connie Mercer/DT Member

Easy Plaid Christmas Cards

Easy Plaid Christmas Cards by Annie Williams for Clear Scraps - Main

Hi everyone!  It's Annie, and today I'm sharing a quick tutorial to help you get started early on quick and easy Christmas cards using lots of stencils from the Clear Scraps shop.  These are a great solution if you have tons of Christmas cards to make or are just short on time this year!

Easy Plaid Christmas Cards by Annie Williams for Clear Scraps - Plaid Background

I started by trimming pieces of green and pink cardstock to 4" x 6".  Then I laid the Plaid Stencil on top and applied blue or red hybrid ink through the stencil using a foam ink blending tool.  I used a combination of pouncing and swirling motions to get a thick and even coating of ink.

Easy Plaid Christmas Cards by Annie Williams for Clear Scraps - Stenciled Sentiments

Once dry, I secured the Comfort & Joy stencil over top of my red/green plaid background and the Sparkle stencil over top of my pink/blue plaid background.  Using a palette knife, I applied a thick coat of gold or white glitter gel through each stencil.  I removed each stencil as soon as I had smoothed the gel evenly across the sentiment and placed it in some warm, soapy water to clean.

Easy Plaid Christmas Cards by Annie Williams for Clear Scraps - Assemble

Allow each card front to dry completely and then mat it with either gold or silver metallic cardstock.  Wrap gold or silver metallic ribbon around two corners of the panels and adhere them to a white top-folding 4.5" x 6.5" card base with foam adhesive.

I hope you enjoyed this quick and easy Christmas card project and thanks so much for stopping by today.  With tons of different holiday stencils to choose from in the Clear Scraps store, you can find the perfect design to make mass-producing cards fun this year!

~ Annie

Additional products used: pink, green, gold, silver, and white cardstock; Tumbled Glass and Festive Berries Distress Oxide ink; ink blending tools; Gold and White Glitz Glitter Gel; gold and silver metallic ribbon; foam adhesive; tape runner


"Hello" Cards using Grass Stencil

Hi everyone!

Thanks for joining me today for these really simple cards.

I have created these cards using the new 4x6 Grass Stencil.


I love trying new things.  I really like trying to create something that is unique.

Today I have this unique cards.

I wanted to show how versatile the stencils can be.

You can use them with any medium.

Today I used some distress ink.

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I used my inking tool to add variations of the ink to my cardstock.

In some places I inked a little more and other a little less, to give the grass 

definition.  I then cut the cardstock down and added some foam tape to the back

to pop it up off the mat underneath.


I finished the cards with a simple "hello" sentiment on some cream colored

cardstock, backed with craft, that I cut into a flag banner on one end.

I inked all the layers with distress ink to make it pop.

I hope you give these cards a try!

Thanks, Kim :)

Jumbo Wood Tag by Clear Scraps!

Hi, Connie here with a super cute JUMBO Tag and it is wood, too!  What a cute idea by Clear Scraps.  I added a wood quote, to decorate the wood tag,  along with some acrylic paint, paper and a border stencil by Clear Scraps.   This will be hanging on my door soon!!

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The tag was painted and then sanded, for that distressed look that I so love.   The "You got this" quote was painted and then sanded lightly.   The checkered border stencil was added to the bottom of the tag, using white acrylic paint.  Ivy was added in random spots on the tag.  I wanted to define the tag shape by adding the tag reinforcement with pink cardstock.  That  was created using a small circle punch and then the hole punch for the center.  Paint splatters were added to the finished tag.

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The quote was adhered to the Jumbo Wood Tag with Beacon 527.
Great project, for the teen in your home, to create a custom room door tag. 
Thanks for stopping by~
Connie Mercer/DT Member

A trio of bat cards by Steph

Hi everyone, Steph Ackerman here with a trio of bat cards.


Using the new 4 x 6 Bat Swirl Stencil, I created 3 different cards.


This first panel is a splatter background and I used the stencil with white ink and then embossed with black embossing powder.


The panel was matted with black cardstock and placed on an orange card. 

Happy Halloween was stamped and embossed, die cut and added to the card with foam adhesives for dimension.


For the orange panel, I used white ink and black ink with the stencil.


The panel was matted with black cardstock and wrapped with twine before adhering to the card.

Happy Fall was stamped and die cut then added to the card with foam adhesives for dimension.


For the black panel, I flipped the stencil , used white ink and then embossed with white embossing powder.


The panel was matted with pattern paper and then wrapped with twine before being added to an orange card.

A tag was created from cardstock and slipped behind the twine.  Happy Halloween was stamped and added to the card with foam adhesives.


Thanks for stopping by.


Other Supplies:  Imagine Ink and embossing powder, Joy Clair Stamps, twine

Butterfly Send it Clear Card

Happy Day, friends!
Leah here with you today sharing this beautiful Butterfly Send it Clear Card.

I recently had the need to create a sympathy card and wanted to do so without it saying, "With Sympathy." I just wanted to let them know they are loved and would convey my sympathy in words inside the card. I wanted it to be pretty and the first thing I thought of was Clear Scraps line of Send it Clear Cards. They are so lovely and perfect for any occasion!

Here's a close up of the butterfly.

The card comes with two front interlocking panels, which you adhere to the back panel. I love how interactive they are!
Here is how it looks opened revealing the inside.
Another unique aspect is the envelope that comes with the card. It is also clear and allows you to see the card through the envelope.
I placed a pretty sticker on the front as well as one on the back of the envelope.
Have you created with the Send it Clear Cards?
Show us on our facebook page, we would love to see your creativity!

Leah Crowe

Products Used:
Clear Scraps Butterfly Send it Clear Card
American Crafts Pattern Paper
Maggie Holmes Stickers & Ephemera
Distress Oxide
Beacons 3-in-1 Glue
Basic Grey Fiber

Ice Cream Shaker Card

Hiya, Clear Scraps fam!! It's been so hot this year and I thought crafting something cool may help cool me off.
(It didn't, but it was fun! lol)

Here is this awesome Mini Shaker Ice Cream card.


I have a video on youtube sharing how this interactive card opens up. I just love the shaker and show you how I quickly put it together.

I used these two inks to color the very top frame.
I then chose papers from a 6x6 paper pad and used another frame to trace the ice cream scoops.

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Then adhere to the back of the frame. Repeat until your scoops are flavored with the right paper! ;)

Once all the layers are adhered, I go back in with the 5x9 Stripes stencil to create the waffle cone effect.

I used my cutting machine and a Lori Whitlock file to create this fun Twist Pop card.


I think I will add a birthday message on the bottom, it's perfect for a Birthday card!

Leah Crowe

Clear Scraps: Stripes Stencil, Mini Shaker Ice Cream
Pattern Paper: Recollections; American Crafts
Ink: Distress Oxide
Glitter: Stampendous, Martha Stewart
Glue Beacons 3-in-1; Scotch quick dry.

Jumbo Wood Do Not Disturb Tag

Hello Friends! Leah here with you today to share a project created from the new releases! Have you seen them?


I'm using the Jumbo Rounded Wood Tag and a new large do not disturb stencil.


I used some washi tape to hold the stencil in place and pounced distress oxide ink on the stencil.


I switched to a brick red for the top of the stencil and then tied the rope so you can hang the sign.


I adhered washi tape along the tag and some pretty flowers to add more color and softness to the tag.


Have a great week!

Leah Crowe

Clear Scraps Jumbo Rounded Wood Tag; Large Do Not Disturb Stencil
Washi tape; Prima Flowers; Hot Glue Gun; Distress Oxide Ink

Texas Wood Card~

Hi, Connie here with a Texas Wood Card and a little cactus thrown in too!!!  This was such a fun project to create.  Clear Scraps has nine different wood cards, even a blank one.  Think what you could create with that~

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I used stamps, paint and paper to create this wood card.  I really loved the Texas cut out!

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1. Using acrylic paint, paint the front and the back of the wood card.
2. Cover the inside of the card with pattern paper.
3. Use wet glue to adhere the pattern paper. I used Beacon 3-IN-1.
4. Sand the edges, of the card, after the paint is dry.
5. Use a Crop-a-dile to punch the holes in the end of the card.
6. Decorate the front with stickers and a background stamp.

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7. Dimensional adhesive was used to pop up the stickers.
8. Splat the front with white acrylic paint (toothbrush works great).
9. Tie loosely with twine, so the card will open.

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Love the cactus peeking through the cutout Texas shape!

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10. Stamp a fun "Texas" sentiment inside the card!

This fun wood card can be created in no time at all.  Check them out here~

Thanks for stopping by~
Connie Mercer/DT Member

Creating colorful cards with Clear Scraps 4x6 Stencils


Today I am sharing two colorful cards I created using Clear Scraps 4 x 6 Butterfly Flock Stencil.   

For the first card I chose to use resist spray over the stencil. After the resist spray dried, I inked my card with distress ink.  I did get a little over zealous with the spray but that was easily remedied with a coordinating sentiment banner. 

For the second card, I simply using my distress inks in a rainbow of colors with the stencil on a white background.  

The bright colors were all the card needed. All I did was matte on coordinating card stock and stamp a simple greeting. 

Cattails at Sunset Card

Cattails at Sunset Card by Annie Williams for Clear Scraps - Main

Hi everyone!  It's Annie, and today I'm sharing a tutorial to make this dreamy summertime card using chipboard embellishments and  stencils from Clear Scraps.

Cattails at Sunset Card by Annie Williams for Clear Scraps - Inking Background

I started by inking a 5" x 7" panel of white cardstock with purple, pink, and orange inks using a foam blending tool.

Cattails at Sunset Card by Annie Williams for Clear Scraps - Embossing Paste

Once dry, I laid the Dragonfly Wallpaper stencil on top of the panel and applied black embossing paste over top using a plastic palette knife.  For a little extra touch, I added black microfine glitter on top of the paste before it dried.

Cattails at Sunset Card by Annie Williams for Clear Scraps - Trim Background Panels

Once completely dry, I trimmed the panel down to 4" x 6" and adhered it to a black matting layer measuring 4.25" x 6.25".

Cattails at Sunset Card by Annie Williams for Clear Scraps - Coloring Chipboard

To color the Cattails Chipboard Embellish, I simply added a few coats of ink from a permanent black marker.  For a little added dreaminess, I also lightly brushed gold gilding wax over the edges of the piece with my finger.

Cattails at Sunset Card by Annie Williams for Clear Scraps - Detail

After adhering the matted background panel to the center of a 5" x 7" white card base, I added the cattail embellishment to the lower left corner with foam adhesive.  The sentiment was die cut from some gold and black cardstock and adhered to the lower right corner with liquid glue.

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I hope you enjoyed this dreamy summertime sunset card and thanks so much for stopping by today.  How do you use the chipboard embellishments in your summer papercraft projects?

~ Annie

Additional products used: purple, pink, and orange inks; white, black, and gold cardstock, black Copic marker; "Dream" die (Simon Says Stamp); black embossing paste; black microfine glitter; gold gilding wax; adhesive

Clear Scraps Acrylic Tag Album -- Ahoy There!

Hello everyone!  Laura here today to share a summer mini album!

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The Clear Scraps Acrylic Tag Album is a fun way to play with acrylic

and not feel overwhelmed by the large 12x12 surface of the acrylic

sheets.  If you haven't tried it, this is a great way to get started!

On this first page, the rays were stenciled with blue acrylic paint,

and the Clear Scraps 6" Spiral stencil.

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So simple, but it gives a great impact and texture!  Next,

I brushed the edges of the next 2 pages with more acrylic paint.

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It's  nice way to frame each page instead of just leaving it clear,

tho you can do that too.....nice to mix it up!

Love how the back of the stenciled cover shows through to

the second page of the mini album.

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The best part of using's a two for one impact!

You can see how the brushed on red paint frames this page:

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And it shows through to frame the next one too.  It's also

fun to add some cute little tags in between the pages, they

can be used as a title, or you could use it to mark the year

or use it as a journal box too.

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Some people are afraid to work with a acrylic because of the

fact it shows through, but it's actually a fun element to use

to embrace your creativity!  And you can keep it simple.

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This is just the mat from the other page becoming the mat for the

next page.  Just keep your adhesive where it won't be seen.

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The border strip was used as a mat for a thinner border on the

other page.  Just take a look as you are putting the album together.

It's so fun to get creative with the different acrylic pieces, and once

you've tried it, you'll be hooked!

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


Supplies Used:

Clear Scraps:  Acrylic Tag Album, 6" Spiral Stencil

Other: Acrylic paint, twine, ribbon, cardstock, enamel dots,

Carta Bella Deep Blue Sea paper and stickers.


Using Clear Scraps Acrylic Sheets on your Cards


Summer Greetings!   Today I am excited to share two different ways to use Clear Scraps 12 x 12 Acrylic Sheets. I love coming up with multiple uses for my supplies!  I chose to use the 6 inch Plaid Stencil as a background for both cards. 



For the first card, I chose to die cut my acrylic. 


I used my Big Shot and a Large Sizzix die (not the thinlits).  I did run the acrylic through 2-3 times to insure a full cut.  I was amazed at how well the acrylic cut!


You can see that this was a somewhat detailed die and still not a problem cutting through the acrylic!  


For my second card I decided to stamp onto the acrylic. IMG_3324wm

After stamping my large image onto the acrylic with Staz-on Ink, I colored on the back side of the acrylic with alcohol markers. I love the transparent look you can achieve as you can see below on the open card.


I hope you are inspired to get creative with your acrylic sheets! 



Thank You Wood Card by Steph

Hi everyone, Steph Ackerman here today using one of the Clear Scraps Wood Card/Mini Album pages


The Thank You Wood card measures approximately 3 3/4" x 5 3/4".  These 1/8" Birchwood panels can be used as cards or album covers.  So I chose to create a card.


I first painted my wood panels with gray paint.  Once dry, I used Verafine Ink with a script stamp randomly about the cover.  For definition I inked the edges of both panels with rose-gold ink.


I added 2 strips of Rinea Ebony/Gold Foiled Paper along the left edge.  For definition, I added a panel of Ebony/Gold Foiled Paper behind the panel.  You can see the gold foil peeking out from the die cut Thank You!


Inside I added a die cut panel of Ebony/Gold Foiled Paper along with a  coordinating sentiment.

Finally, I tied the card together with gold ribbon.


Thanks for stopping by.


Other Supplies:  ImagineCrafts Ink, Plaid Paint, Just For Fun Rubber Stamps, Rinea Foiled Paper


Floral Wood Card with Clear Scraps & Joy Clair Stamps

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Hi everyone!  It's Annie, and today, as part of our collaboration with Joy Clair Stamps, I'm sharing a fun floral wood card that's perfect to send a happy hello.  The wood cards from Clear Scraps can be customized in tons of ways and can be a fun departure from ordinary paper cards.

Floral Wood Card by Annie Williams for Clear Scraps - Main

I started by painting all sides of both pieces of the Hearts Wood Card a bright spring green with acrylic paint.  Once dry, I laid the 6x6 Quatrefoil Stencil on top of the card front and sponged gold gilding wax through it around the edges using a foam blending tool.

Next, I stamped several images from the Doodle Flowers stamp set onto white cardstock using alcohol-friendly ink.  After coloring them with Copic markers, I fussycut them out and adhered them to the front of the card using strong liquid glue.

Floral Wood Card by Annie Williams for Clear Scraps - Inside

I adhered a pieced of patterned paper (sponged around the edges with the same gold gilding wax) to the front of the other card panel so that it would show through the cute heart cut-out on the card front.  Another little floral image added to the interior corner brings the doodled style of the images inside.

Floral Wood Card by Annie Williams for Clear Scraps - Detail

To finished the card off, I knotted the two panels together using a bit of rustic twine and added a tiny gold glitter die-cut greeting with strong liquid adhesive just above the hearts.

I hope you enjoyed this fun wood card project and thanks so much for stopping by today.  Be sure to stop back tomorrow for even more inspiration during our collaboration week with Joy Clair Stamps!

~ Annie

Additional products used: Doodle Flowers stamp set (Joy Clair), green acrylic paint (Plaid), gold gilding wax (Pebeo), patterned paper (Moda Scrap), Copic markers, Memento Tuxedo Black ink, rustic twine, gold glitter cardstock, sentiment die, adhesive