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Clear Scraps Bulb DIY Pallet Shape -- Truckloads of Merry

Hi there everyone!  Laura here with you today to share an adorable

home decor project.  It's fun and easy to create, and would make

a great addition to your home, or a friend's, if you choose to gift it!

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It starts with the base of one of Clear Scraps awesome pallet shapes,

the Bulb DIY Medium Pallet Shape.  If you haven't taken the plunge

and tried one of these, you are really missing out!  Fun to create, and

best yet....they are a GREAT way to use up extras you might have

after you scrapbook with a collection kit or embellishments. 

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I traced the ornament/bulb shape onto the snowflake paper, cut out

the pieces, inked the edges with brown ink, then glued to the pallet

shape.  Then I painted up that cute little truck and the word Christmas.

Did you know Clear Scraps has amazing chipboard?  You can find the

 Old Truck Chipboard Embellishment in the store along with so many others!

The word Christmas is one of many choices in the Clear Scraps store to create

scrapbook pages, or any project.  You can find all the different options HERE.

The Christmas Chipboard Word Title used on this project, you can find HERE

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Since I used paper to cover the ornament, I decided to stick with

the paper look and traced out the top onto a piece of cardstock.  To add

just that extra little touch, I tied a bow with a bit of burlap ribbon and some

red and white twine.  The word Merry and the holly and snowflakes are those

"leftovers" from another project.  Great to use up those little bits that you

have when you complete other projects.  I love to use up all of a kit or

set of embellishments, and this is a great way to do that!

Thanks so much for stopping by today! 

Hope you are inspired to try creating your own Clear Scraps DIY

Pallet projects.  They are so much fun!

 

Supplies Used:

Clear Scraps:  Bulb DIY Medium Pallet Shape,

Christmas Chipboard Word Shape,

Old Truck Chipboard Embellishment

Other:  Christmas paper and embellishments,

adhesive, ribbon, twine, red, black and brown

acrylic paint, Vintage Photo Distress Ink.


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Hi everyone and welcome back!

Today I am sharing this super cute idea with you all.

Not sure what to make with some of those chipboard embellishments.

Well here is a super easy idea.

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Gift card holders!!  That's right a gift card holder.

Let me walk you through what I have created!

I started out with the Present Chipboard Embellishment.

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As soon as I saw this I knew it would be perfect for this project.

I started out by painting the chipboard piece with white paint.

I let that dry and then I painted on my snow-tex to give it

some dimension.  For a pop of color I added a red poinsettia.

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I used some pattern paper to create the pocket to hold the card.

I used a scalloped circle punch to punch a spot to be able to grab the gift card.

I adhered the pocket to the back of the chipboard embellishment.

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What I really like about this project is after you use the gift card, you can

turn this into an ornament for your tree!

Just think about putting this on your tree and then handing it to someone

as their gift!  Its the perfect little project for anyone!

Thanks for stopping and see you in the next project!

Kim :)

 


Creating Acrylic Cards with Chipboard Embellishments

Hello friends and happy December! Christmas time is upon us and if you like to create your own holiday cards, then this post is for you!  Clear Scraps has released many adorable new Chipboard Shape Embellishments that are the perfect size for cards. Today, I'm going to show you three cards I  created along with techniques!

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First up, I  used the new Star Bulb Chipboard Embellishments that are one of my new favorites!  I  began with kraft cardstock as my background, then adhered a cut down piece of the 12x12 Acrylic Sheet.

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On my chipboard, I  used red chalk paint and black acrylic paint to color the bulbs and stems of the ornaments.

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I  then used embossing ink and powder to add sparkle to the red portions of the chipboard.

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Using different sizes of circle punches, I  adhered patterns from the collection I  used to the front of the acrylic as well as directly on the kraft background. This is a great way to add dimension and layers to your project! 

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I  stamped my sentiment at the bottom right corner of the kraft to allow it to show through the acrylic.  

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For my second card, I  used the new Candy Canes Chipboard Embellishments. I  used the same technique as in my first card with the acrylic paint, embossing ink, and powder. I  love how the glitter red embossing powder looks on the chipboard! 

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For my acrylic piece, I  applied StazOn Opaque using a dauber and the 4x6 Snowflake Stencil.  I  also added ink around the edges of my acrylic to give it a "frosted" look. 

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My last card isn't exactly Christmas per say but I thought the Coffee Mug Chipboard Embellishment would make a cute gift card. I  actually covered the main portion with patterned paper and white cardstock to recreate a certain popular coffee cup! The smaller "java jacket" I  left bare and embellished with a cute buffalo plaid sentiment sticker. 

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I  used adhesive dots to affix my gift card to look like it was sticking out of the top of the Coffee Mug.  I  also stamped a sentiment underneath as well as added a chipboard heart. 

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Thank you for stopping by the blog today! Check out the Chipboard Embellishments by visiting the Clear Scraps shop! Don't forget Clear Scraps is running a special for Cyber Week! You can receive 15% off by using coupon code THANKFUL15 at checkout (ends December 6th). Have a great day!

Additional products used:  patterned paper, stickers, chipboard, buttons: Crate Paper; cardstock: Bazzill;  ink, embossing ink: Ranger; embossing powder, journal pen, mini wood clothespin: American Crafts; punches: Fiskars, Paper Shapers, EK Success; stamps: Catslife Press, October Afternoon, Paper Studio; bakers twine: Whisker Graphics; paint: DecoArt; adhesive: Beacon, Thermoweb;  misc: twine


XL Vintage Christmas Truck

Happy Holidays Clear Scraps family! We're in the home stretch of the year and holiday season. Today I'm sharing this super fabulous XL Vintage Wood Truck that I turned into a Christmas decoration for my home.

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The most challenging part of this whole creation to me was painting the tires on there. Don't look too closely, painting is not my thing (I do wish it were my thing though!)

The chipboard tall trees were the perfect embellishment on the side of the truck.

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The most fun part of creating this was the extra-large Christmas tree in the back of the truck.

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I printed out a tree and roughly traced it onto a plain sheet of 12x12 acrylic, then cut it out and adhered pattern paper behind the acrylic. I then embellished it and adhered it to the truck with hot glue. I cut away the excess part of the tree so it wouldn't show near the back tire.

I then added our surname in a cute alphabet and added some floral embellishments and trim.

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This looks amazing in our home! It would also make a wonderful gift for your non crafty friends all decorated and done up just right.

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See you soon, friends!

Leah Crowe


Autumn Napkin Rings

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Hi everyone and happy Thanksgiving!  It's Annie, and today I'm sharing a quick tutorial for this easy autumn table décor project made with chipboard embellishments from the Clear Scraps shop.  These fun and easy handmade napkin rings are the perfect last-minute project for Thanksgiving and are even a great way to keep the kids busy before the big meal!

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Start by trimming the Pumpkins Chipboard Embellishments out of their packaging with a pair of scissors.  Then paint them in various shades using orange and green acrylic paint (kid-safe paints or inks can easily be substituted in this step to make it a family-friendly project).  I chose to layer the pumpkins, so painted the outline image in a slightly lighter orange than the solid image, but you can also use the shapes separately if desired.  Allow the pieces to dry completely before proceeding.

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Adhere the outline pumpkin shapes to the solid pumpkin shapes using a strong liquid glue like Beacon 3-in-1 glue.  Trim a short length of ribbon for each napkin ring (here I'm using about nine inches of copper organza ribbon per ring) and adhere the center of it to the back of the pumpkin embellishments using Beacon 3-in-1 glue.

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Fold up your napkins in the style that suits you (there are tons of online sources for napkin folding and this style has always been my favorite!) and slip your silverware inside.  Wrap the ribbon around the folded napkin and tie the ribbon in the back with a small, pretty bow.  Place on each plate at Thanksgiving dinner for a fun way to add just a little more pumpkin to the evening.

I hope you enjoyed this quick and easy autumn table décor project and thanks so much for stopping by today.  With tons of chipboard embellishments in the Clear Scraps shop to choose from,  you can adapt this idea to fit the theme of any party!

~ Annie

Additional products used: orange and green acrylic paint; paint brush; Beacon 3-in-1 glue; copper organza ribbon


Clear Scraps Shaker -- Santa Shaker Ornament

Hi everyone!  Laura here with you today, and I hope

you are having a wonderful November!  With all of the

early cold and snow here in the Midwest, it feels like

Christmas is already in the air!  Do you make gifts,

home decor and ornaments for the holidays?

I've got a pretty ornament to share with you today

that you can make for your tree, or as a gift!

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Clear Scraps has so many shaker shapes you can use to create

cards, ornaments, you name it!  Only limit is your imagination!

Want to check out all the fun shapes?  You can find them all

in the store HERE. For this ornament, I used the Circle Shaker.

The top frame is painted black, and I used a cute snowflake

pattern pretty paper on the base layer.  Just trace it onto your

paper of choice, cut it out, and glue to the base piece....easy peasy!

I added the Clear Scraps Winter Sequin mix to the shaker, then

glued all the pieces together.  But what is that piece on the top?

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The ornament that is glued to the top of the shaker is the

Clear Scraps X-mas Swirl Bulb Chipboard Embellishment.

It's painted with red and gray acrylic paint, then after it

dried I went over the surface with a glitter glue to give it

some sparkle.  A twine bow is a cute finishing touch, then

it's glued to the front surface of the shaker.  I could have

left the back plain, but, I love to decorate so I added

a little simple Santa scene to the back of the ornament.

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Just a couple of stickers, some foam tape and a few enamel dots.

And to create the hanger for the ornament, I glued twine around the

edge of the ornament leaving extra so I could knot it at the top

and create a loop to use as a hanger.

Thanks so much for stopping by today!

Stop back soon for more inspiration!

 

Supplies Used:

Clear Scraps:  Shaker Ornament, Winter Sequins,

X-mas Swirl Bulb Chipboard Embellishment.

Other:  black, red and gray acrylic paint, glitter glue,

twine, glue, foam tape, Echo Park I Love Christmas

patterned paper and stickers.


Imagine Star Canvas

Hi everyone, Steph Ackerman here sharing a mixed media canvas using the Chipboard word title - Imagine - as well as the Mini Wood Pallet Star as the focal elements.

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Using a paint pour technique, I created the background of my 6" x 6" canvas.

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Once dry, I added modeling paste through the Brick Wall Stencil in 2 corners.

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Placing the Shattered Glass Stencil on the chipboard word, I sprayed it with a craft spray.

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The Star Pallet was painted with gold paint.  I built up the canvas by adding burlap, ticket stubs and a clip to hold them together.  The Star Pallet was then placed on top.

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The chipboard word was placed on the star pallet then it was surrounded with flower buds and leaves in assorted sizes.

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Imagine what you can create with these products at your fingertips!

Thanks for stopping by.

Steph

Other supplies used:  Plaid Paint; Imagine Fireworks Shimmery Craft Spray; Petaloo Flowers;modeling paste; Burlap; ticket stubs

 


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Greetings Chris here today and I am sharing this cute Banner I created.  I have loved snow globes since I was a little girl.  So this Snow globe chipboard piece was a piece I had to have! 

Supplies needed:

Clear Scraps Snow Globe Chipboard

Clear Scraps Believe Chipboard Word Title

Clear Scraps Mountain Scene Layering Stencil

paint

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color wash paint

patterned paper

 

Star by separating the Clear Scraps Snow Globe Chipboard from frame. (remeber to always save the frame for use later.)

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Paint Clear Scraps Snow Globe Chipboard with color wash.
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Once dry, trace Snow globe onto back side of patterned paper. Adhere to snow globe.
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Color Wash Clear Scraps Believe Chipboard Word Title.
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Using Clear Scraps Mountain Scene Layering Stencil, apply paint to canvas banner.  I only stenciled the snowflakes portion of the stencil.
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I hope you are inspired to get creative with your Chipboard!


Hello Snow Tags Mixable Album

Hello! Winter has made an early appearance here in the Midwest! I'm not a big fan of snow but I  do love scrapbooking about it! Using the Tags Mixable 6x8 Album, I  documented some older photos of my kids where we had a photoshoot during a snow storm! The album has 5 cascading pages alternating acrylic and chipboard. Before decorating my album, I  painted the chipboard pages with white acrylic paint. I  also lined the acrylic pages with the same white paint. 

 

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The focal point of my front page is the new Snow Globe Chipboard Embellishment. I  painted the Snow Globe with white acrylic paint, as well as added patterned paper to the base.  

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I  covered each page with patterned paper using my Beacon 3-in-1 Adhesive.  I  then trimmed any excess paper as well as used my sanding tool to smooth edges.  

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Each page is large enough to fit a 4x6 photo; however I like to add additional patterned paper underneath my picture as well as mat onto cardstock.  

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Here you can see the white acrylic lined at the bottom of the page. I  feel that it helps the acrylic pages stand out and give your book dimension. 

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I  utilized my border punches to create fun strips of patterned paper at the bottom of my pages. This helps break the line between the patterns and white chipboard/acrylic.  

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Thank you for stopping by the blog today!  Hope this inspires you to create with a few of your favorite Clear Scraps products! Have a great day!

Additional products used:  patterned paper, chipboard, die cuts, decorative clips, stickers: Crate Paper; cardstock: Bazzill; bakers twine: Whisker Graphics; punches: EK Success; stapler: Tim Holtz;  paint: DecoArt; ribbon: Snug Hug;  adhesive: Beacon, Tombow, 3M; misc: chrome book ring


Hello Fall Blank Wood Card

Happy Friday, friends!
Today I'm sharing a mini album using the Blank Wood Card as well as other fabulous Clear Scraps products!

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On the album covers I have used three different stencils; 4x6 Hello Fall, 4x6 Plaid, and 6" Twig Leaves.
This little album is from our visit to the local Pumpkin Patch. For the inside album pages, I have taken 10 sheets of pattern paper and cut them down to 3.5 x 5.5". Since they were not double-sided I adhered the backside of the papers to each other, this also created a more sturdy page to hold photos and such.
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You can click on any picture to see more details.

The pumpkin chipboard embellishment on the left page was painted and then popped up to create a 3d element. You could also leave them separate two have two embellies instead of one.

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I printed out tiny photos sized approximately 2" on the longest side. They are the perfect fit for this album.

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I used old Paper Studio & SEI pattern papers for the album, as well as doing a print and cut for the paper embellies using my electronic cutting machine.

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I have so many great shots from this pumpkin patch visit. It was fun incorporating a lot of them into this album.

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I absolutely LOVE that plaid stencil, as well as this awesome Chipboard Blessed word title. I inked it up with distress ink and adhered it on the wood cover.

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I put the album together using 1" Book Rings and used ribbon from my stash to dress up the outside rings.

Have a great weekend!

Leah Crowe

 

 

 


Quick and Easy Fall Card

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I love fall!   Beautiful colors! Pumpkins! Flowers!  Pumpkin Spice! A perfect excuse to create fall themed cards!  I decided to create this super easy card showcasing Clear Scraps Acrylic Sheets.  I also used one of the chipboard bases that Clear SCraps attaches their chipboard shapes to.  I always save the square chipboards that the embellishments are attached to for future uses like this card!

 

Start by cutting away the chipboard embellishment and mist chipboard frame as desired.  Let Dry. 


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Cut away top of card base leaving 1 inch along the edge.
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Add printed notecard to inside of card.  

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Cut the Clear Scraps Acrylic Sheets to fit front of card.  Adhere to 1 inch border on the front of card. 

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Add Misted frame to the front of the Acrylic Sheet to frame notecard.

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Add floral accents to finish card. 

I hope this inspires you to break out those acrylic sheets and create some beautiful cards! 


Clear Scraps Acrylic 12x12 -- Spooky Halloween

Hi there everyone!  Laura is here with you today to share a little

spooktacular Halloween LO!  Clear Scraps Acrylic 12x12 sheets

and 4x6 stencils combine to create some spooky Halloween fun!

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One of the things I love about the Clear Scraps Acrylic Sheets, is all of

the different ways you can use them!  This time, I created my own custom

overlay to match my pictures and papers!  You start by peeling off the

protective layers that keep the acrylic nice and clean, and then choose

a stencil that fits your particular project.  I chose the 4x6 Pumpkin Faces

which matched up with my pictures perfectly!

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Then I sponged the black acrylic paint around the stencil in the

bottom corners of the sheet (flipping the stencil over to give mirror

images, of course).  Using the same paint, and also some green

acrylic paint, I brushed that around the edges of the acrylic sheet too.

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So darn cute, right??!!  And that's how easy it is to create your own

custom overlay for your scrapbook pages!  There are a ton of 4x6 stencils

to chose from, you can find them in the Clear Scraps store HERE.

I used a few scraps of paper to decorate the front of the acrylic sheet, and

 then put a full sized sheet of paper behind it to make the pumpkins pop.

The adorable little Clear Scraps Bats Chipboard Embellishments

are a great addition to the sticker embellishments on the page,

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So easy, just black paint and a brush of gray paint around the edges.

I thought I'd show you the difference, if you wanted it plain you could

do that, but I think the gray around the edges make the bat stand out.

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Super spooky cuteness on the finished page!  Love the chipboard

and again, sooooooo many choices in the Clear Scraps store!

Thanks so much for stopping by today!

Stop back soon for more inspiration!

 

Supplies Used:

Clear Scraps:  Acrylic 12x12 Sheet, 4x6 Pumpkin Faces Stencil,

Bats Chipboard Embellishments.

Other:  Black, green and gray acrylic paint, adhesive,

Photo Play All Hallows Eve paper and stickers.


Grandma & Grandpa's heart pallet sign

Good day, friends!! Leah here with you today sharing several Clear Scraps products on this home decor Heart Medium pallet shape.

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I started off by painting the heart pallet shape, the chipboard word titles Grandma and Grandpa, and the Double Hearts chipboard embellishment using unicorn spit stain.

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Once the word titles were I dry I placed a (messy) line of enamel accent in the center of the words.

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I love how that made the words pop.

I then used my Silhouette to cut out the rest of the words for the sign using plain black cardstock.

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I backed some pattern paper behind the double chipboard hearts and then adhered Grandma and Grandpa to it.

The rest was easy peasy adding the other words and embellishments. I think this will be a cute sign to hang in the house or on the front door.

Leah Crowe

Additional Products: Pattern Paper: Colorbok, Crate Paper; Unicorn Spit; Wendy Vecchi Enamel accents; Puffy Hearts; Cameo Silhouette; ZP Jackalope Font; Bazzill Basics Tulle; Ranger Stickles; Beacons 3-in-1 Liquid Glue; Craft Knife


Clear Scraps Printer's Tray -- Something Wicked

Happy October everyone!  Laura here to share a project during my

favorite time to craft!  Love everything Halloween, especially when

it comes to making fun home decor projects!  And I've got a fun one

today using the Clear Scraps Small Rectangles Printer Tray Frame!

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The Clear Scraps printer trays are awesome to use when you want to create

 home decor, or a try a different way to keep favorite memories.  This tray

would be an adorable way to remember a favorite Halloween party, or

favorite costumes, just replace one of the decorated spots with a picture.

It's just painted up with some green acrylic paint, and it's ready to go!

You can find all different shapes of printer trays HERE in the store.

To give this project some great depth, the adorable Clear Scraps

chipboard pieces were perfect!  The little ghost trio is so cute!

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They are painted with white acrylic paint, and then brushed

around the edges with some gray paint and a sponge brush.

Then 2 are glued to the paper on the tray, and one is glued on

top of the tray after the entire thing is assembled.  A few stickers

add some cute little spooky accents.  The Ornate Hinge is another

Clear Scraps chipboard set and easy to make them look like aged

iron with just acrylic paint!  Black is the base, then gray and brown

sponged on to finish the look.  Halloween creepy fun!

And more great chipboard elements fill more of the squares,

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The Spooky Chipboard Word Title was painted with black acrylic paint,

the top brushed with Versamark ink, and then it was sprinkled with distress

embossing powder.  A perfect spooky look!  The fence in the bottom right

corner is Halloween perfect piece, and it's as simple as some black and

gray acrylic paint sponged on to create the look of an old weathered fence.

Thanks so much for stopping by today!

Stop back soon for more inspiration!

 

Supplies Used:

Clear Scraps:  Small Rectangles Printer Tray Frame,

Ghost , Ornate Hinge, and Fence Chipboard Embellishments,

Spooky Chipboard Word Title

Other:  Black, gray and white acrylic paint, Carta Bella

paper and stickers, twine, metal charms, adhesive, foam tape.


Promises Shaker Album

IMG_4114wmGreetings, I am excited to share this adorable accordion album I created.  I admit that this is my first "shaker" album!   So  much yummy-ness in this album! 

The album features Clear Scraps Geo Pattern Wood Accordion Album .  I added a dragonfly from the Dragonflies Chipbaord Embellishments on the front of the album.  I even used the cut way piece that hold the dragonflies to the chipboard as a frame!

I have included pictures of the finished album below.
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IMG_4119I hope you are inpired to create your own Accordion Shaker Album!