Clear Scraps Chipboard Embellishments--Congrats Grad Cards

Hi there everyone!!!   Laura here with you today to get you ready for those graduations

that are happening or right around the corner!  I'm sharing a couple of card ideas with

you that are created using the Clear Scraps Graduation Chipboard Embellishment set!!Clear_Scraps_Chipboard Embellishment_Congrats Grad Cards(1)If there is one thing I love, it's getting a multiple projects out of one set of

embellishments.  How about you?  This chipboard set from Clear Scraps is

an absolutely perfect set to create 2 GREAT grad cards!!  Love that!!

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You can see on this one it's super simple too!  Just cut the chipboard pieces

apart, and paint.  And the best part about chipboard--YOU choose the color!

So you can match the school's colors or match the colors of your papers for a

more generic look.  Here I used black and gold acrylic paint, and it just so happens,

that's a perfect match for the school colors I was going for--but it's also a great

standard grad hat look that you could use for anyone--it's a bonus that it matches

these papers perfectly!  A journal card, a few stickers, and it's done!

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For the graduation scroll, I used white acrylic paint, and went with the gold

again because of the match, but red would be a great choice too--it's often used

for the graduation scroll look.  So super simple--don't you love quick and easy?

Really easy to make multiples of cards like this for all the grads in your life!

Having some of these Clear Scraps Chipboard Embellishments on hand for grads,

or one of the many other options--birthday, baby, confirmation, Christmas, just

about anything you'd want, is always a great idea!  Stop over to the Clear Scraps store,

and you can find all the different chipboard embellishment options right HERE.


Thanks so much for stopping by today!


Supplies Used:  Clear Scraps Graduation Chipboard Embellishments

Other:  Acrylic paint--white, gold, adhesive, foam tape,

Simple Stories Con-GRAD-ulations! papers and stickers,

white and black cardstock.

Beyond the Sea Tag

Hello everyone and happy Friday! Do you love beach themed projects? It's Maya here on the blog today to share this beach themed tag using the acrylic tag and sand dollar chipboard embellishments.


▼ I started by moving the films on both sides of the tag and covering with a 3.5 x 5.5 patterned paper.


▼ I also cut out a blue banner for the background. Next, I used ephemera that I fussy cut from the patterned papers and layered them on the tag. For the layering effect, I adhered some pieces with double sided adhesive foam tape to add depth to the project. 


▼  For the chipboard starfish, I decided to give it a coat of embossing powder. I started by tapping the chipboard on the watermark ink pad.


▼ Next is to sprinkle white embossing powder to the starfish. Shake on enough so that powder is sticking to all parts of the chipboard. Then, hold the chipboard slightly tilted over a piece of paper to catch the powder. Lastly, put the chipboard on a piece of paper and use a heat gun to melt the powder.


▼ I also added some blue and green embossing powder on the edge of the starfish to give it more colors. And it's time to layer and glue all the pieces to the tag.


Thank you all for stopping by today. I hope this beach themed tag brighten your day. Blessings.

Additional products used:
- Patterned Paper, Ephemera: P13 Beyond the Sea Collection
- Adhesive: Double Sided Foam Tape, Aleene's Tacky Glue
- Embossing Powder: Stampendous
- Ink: VersaMark Watermark Ink

Clear Scraps Gnome Mini Shaker--Land that I Love

Hi there everyone!  Laura here with you today to share a little patriotic pride project

with Memorial Day right around the corner!   It's a fun and easy home decor idea!

Clear_Scraps_Gnome Shaker_Land that I Love pic 1(1)This project started with the Clear Scraps Heart Medium DIY Pallet Shape.  I started

by tracing the different sections of the heart shape onto the red, the white/ombre and

the blue patterned papers.  I cut them out, brushed the edges with a little black distress

ink (just to cover the white core of this particular paper) and then glued them onto the

pallet.  As always, you can do whatever you'd like. Paint it, ink it, stencil it, a lot of options.

Next, I made the cute little gnome!  This is the Clear Scraps Mini Shaker Gnome.  Such a

cutie, right??!!  Often I will trace these out on paper, but today, I decided to "shake it up"

(haha no pun intended).  I used paint on this sweet little gnome, painting the bottom with

blue and the hat area with red.  Then I went back after it dried a bit, and used a stencil--

the Clear Scraps 4x6 Stars stencil which matches my patriotic theme perfectly.

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I used a sponge dauber with just a wee bit of white paint and added the little

stars all over with the stencil.  Turned out so cute, kind of like making your own

patterned paper.  It's always fun to play with different techniques with these

chipboard pieces.  Don't be afraid to play!

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Here it is all finished.  I added a few splatters of white paint (messy can be

a lot of fun!) and then some sparkly red, white and blue sequins.  Just the

perfect touch for this Memorial Day decor!


Thanks so much for stopping by today!  Hope you found a little inspiration!


Supplies Used:

Clear Scraps:  Heart Medium DIY Pallet Shape, Mini Shaker Gnome,

4x6 Stars Stencil.

Other:  Red, White and Blue acrylic paint, Bella Blvd Bella Besties paper,

Bella Blvd Trinkets puffy stickers, Echo Park America stickers, sequins,

foam tape, adhesive.

Floral Panel

Hi everyone, Steph Ackerman here with a beautiful floral panel using wood and chipboard elements.
With the assorted wood pallets available at Clear Scraps, there are so many projects you can create from albums to frames to home decor pieces.


Starting with a wood rectangle panel from the Wood Rectangle 3 Pack, I cut blue foiled paper slightly smaller than the panel.
I left a little edge of the wood panel to show.
At 6 1/2" x 9 1/2", this is a great size to use as a wall hanging.


Placing the 4x6 Grass Stencil on the foil, I used Rinea Ghost Ink along both edges of the panel.
Ghost Ink removes some of the color from the foil.  


The Grass Stencil added different sized lengths along the panel.
I wanted to add a pattern to the background, but I didn't want it to be overpowering, so this effect created a nice background.
Then I adhered the foil to the wood panel.


I created a very large flower from foiled paper and assembled it with a large brad.
I then placed the flower on the panel.


I chose the Life is Good chipboard word title, inking it with pink ink.
I also embossed it to give it a shiny effect.
At approximately 2" x 4", it was perfectly sized for the panel.


Finally, I used a crop-a-dile to easily punch holes in the panel and threaded ribbon through to use a the hanger.

What do you think?

I hope you give it a try.

Thanks for stopping by.

Other Supplies:  Rinea Foiled Paper; Crafter's Companion Die; Imagine Crafts Ink


Mother's Day Cards with Clear Scraps

Happy Friday! It's Jennifer on the blog today to share acrylic cards I created using Clear Scraps Chipboard Embellishment Shapes!  And I'm going to show you the easy techniques I  used! 


For my first card, I cut a 4 1/2 x 5 1/2 piece from the 12x12 Acrylic Sheet. I  removed the protective covering from only one side of the acrylic while I  worked.


Using Staz On Ink in Opaque, I  stamped the front of my acrylic (re-inking the stamp each time).


I set aside the acrylic to dry so I could paint the Chipboard Embellishment Shapes I planned to use.  For the Clothes Hangers Chipboard Embellishment Shapes and Mother Chipboard Script Word Title, I painted each with chalk paint in light blue.  I ensured that I applied multiple coats for good coverage.  Once dry, I applied embossing ink followed by glitter blue embossing powder. 


I adhered my chipboard using Beacon 3-in-1 Adhesive as it dries quickly and will not warp or yellow the acrylic. 


For my second card, I used the Mother Chipboard Script Word Title and followed the same techniques as my first card.


I  again used Staz On Opaque to stamp the front of my acrylic but this time, I  did not re ink my stamp each time. This gave a muted effect to a few of the images. 


The chipboard is again adhered with my Beacon adhesive as you know you will get a good seal between your pieces! 


Thank you for stopping by the blog today!  Visit the Clear Scraps shop to see the variety of Chipboard Embellishment Shapes by clicking HERE.  Have a great day!

Additonal products used:  patterned paper, die cuts: Echo Park; cardstock: American Crafts; ink: Tsuineko, Ranger; stamps: Tim Holtz, Joy Clair Stamps; embossing powder: Recollections; bakers twine: Whisker Graphics; adhesive: Beacon, Tombow, Thermoweb; sewing machine: Janome; misc: thread. 

Cheery Onsie Baby Card


Greetings!  Chris here and today I am excited to share this adorable pink baby card I created with my Clear Scraps Chipboard.  To recreate this card you will need the following: 
Patterned Paper
white paint
Letter Stickers
Start by painting your Clear Scraps Onsie Chipboard with white paint.  It may take 2 coats to get a "true" white look. 


Cut a piece of cardstock and trace heart from your Clear Scraps Onsie Chipboard


Fill heart with adhesive. let dry slightly then cover with glitter. Adhere on the back of your painted Clear Scraps Onsie Chipboard.

Cut patterned paper and cardstock to create a triple mat. Adhere to your card base. 

Cut four squares and adhere  B A B Y to each square. 


Adhere onsie and letter blocks to card as shown.   Add ribbon bows to finish your card. 

I hope you are inspired to add Clear Scraps Chipboard to your projects. 


Girls Bib Dress Chipboard Album

Hello everyone!  Hope you are doing well this week! It's Jennifer and I am sharing a mini album today for you!  I love that Clear Scraps creates unique (as well as adorable) shaped albums that are perfect for whatever theme you choose!  For my project, I used the Girls Bib Dress Chipboard Album and will show how I assembled my book.


I covered each page with patterned paper applying with my Beacon 3-in-1 Adhesive.  I then removed excess paper using an x-acto knife and healing mat. Using a sanding tool/paper is recommended as well for a smooth finish. For the accent of my cover, I used the Girl Cloud Chipboard Embellishment  Shape.   I first painted my chipboard using white acrylic paint.  I then added glitter embossing powder in pink for the cloud, and white for the stars.   I affixed my pieces to the front of the album again using Beacon Adhesive. 

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I also painted the edges of each page with white acrylic paint to give some contrast.  


I  found that a 4x4 photo fits best on each page, but you would definitely be able to use a 4x6 inch.  I tend to mat my photos with white cardstock, as well as layer extra prints underneath. 



For this page, I used one of the Clothes Hanger Chipboard Embellishments to accent the bottom of my photo.  I used a chalk paint in light blue to color the chipboard. 


Again, I affixed my chipboard using the Beacon 3-in-1 Adhesive.  Any solvent based adhesive is recommended. 


Thank you for stopping by the blog today! You can find the large variety of albums Clear Scraps offers by going HERE!   Have a wonderful day!

Additional products used:  patterned paper, stickers, die cuts, stamp, mini tassel; mini wood clothes pin: American Crafts; cardstock: Bazzill; paint: DecoArt, FolkArt; adhesive: Beacon, Tombow, Scrapbook Adhesives; enamel dots: Echo Park, American Crafts; metal charm: Tim Holtz: bakers twine:  Whisker Graphics; ribbon: Snug Hug; misc: chrome book rings.

Clear Scraps Camera Mini Shaker -- Roadtrip Snapshots LO

Hi all!!  Laura is here to share some inspiration with you today!  Love creating LO's using

the Clear Scraps Mini Shakers!  There's something for everyone in the store and what's

better for scrapping road trip photos than the Camera Mini Shaker?!!

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This is a LO with a couple of pictures from an impromptu road trip to see the American

Pickers, and we stumbled onto a filming day!  The camera shaker is such a cute

addition to this LO isn't it?  These shakers are easy to use too.  Just trace the shape

onto a patterned paper (or paint it, ink, it, whatever you'd like to do).  I used paper,

glued it on, then you glue down the frame pieces one by one.  There are 2 plain cardboard

frames you glue onto the paper layer, then add your sequins or whatever filler you'd like,

then glue down the acrylic layer (make sure you take off the protective coating on both

sides!!) and then lastly, glue down the top frame piece.  I painted the frame piece with

black acrylic paint for this particular project, but again, you can use whatever you'd like,

you can even add some sparkle with glitter glue, or metallic rubbing paste.


This camera is one of many of the Mini Shakers in the Clear Scraps store.

You can find them all on the website right HERE.

The words "road trip" that are attached to the camera shaker are also

an embellishment available from Clear Scraps.  Another item with so

many choices for all of your projects!  You can find them all HERE.

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I wanted to give it the distressed "vibe" since we were looking at antiques and such, so

the words were painted black, and then I went back over with aqua paint, dabbing it

on with a sponge to create that grungy look.  When it was dry, I glued it to the camera.


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


Supplies Used:

Clear Scraps: Camera Mini Shaker, Road Trip chipboard word title.

Other:  Vicki Boutin Storyteller paper and embellishments,

black and aqua acrylic paint, sequins, adhesive.

Palm Trees Wood Album

Hi everyone, Steph Ackerman here to share a new album using the Palm Trees Wood Album.


I know that 2020 was a crazy year and we really couldn't do a lot of things we usually do, but we are hoping that 2021 end up being a much better year.  I created this album to document all the good things that will occur this year.


I love the wood grain on these panels so I decided to use Lindy's spray inks to add color to the panels.  The colors allow the wood grain to show.  I chose 2 colors for the front cover.


For the back cover and the interior panels, I selected one color.


I added some additional color along the bottom of the album to give it a sandy effect.


Using the Life is Good chipboard word title, I also sprayed it with color.


Using a script stamp with VersaFine Clair Morning Mist Ink, I randomly stamped it about the front cover.  I only wanted a hint of the words to give the cover some dimension.


I cut white cardstock to fit the album, punched holes and added the rings. 
Now my album is ready to documents the good things that will happen this year.


Thanks for stopping by.

Other Supplies:  Imagine Ink, Lindy's Spray Inks

Creating a Stenciled Art Journaling Page


One of my goals this year was to create projects for an art journal.  This project features two Clear Scraps Stencils and Clear Scraps Chipboard. 
Creating the Background
Using the Clear Scraps 4x6 Brick Wall stencil, apply gold ink along edges of black card stock. 

Move stencil down and around page to create a full border. 


Add stenciled bricks to top and bottom of your background. 


Secure  the Clear Scraps 6  inch Diamond Heart Stencil to a piece of Bristol Board paper ( you could also use mixed media papers) . 

Apply distress inks through stencil.


Cut apart a crown from the Clear Scraps Crowns Chipboard. 

Coat Clear Scraps Crowns Chipboard with embossing ink and add gold embossing powder and heat emboss. 


Stamp a focal point stamp over your stenciled heart. I of course chose an Alice in Wonderland themed stamp. 

Border punch top of your page and add matted sticker sentiment. Mat onto red card stock and then onto your stenciled background.  Adhere crown. 




I hope you are inspired to try creating your own art journal page. 




Stencil a Faux Ceramic Tile


Tami here on the Clear Scraps' Blog today with a bonus project to share with you!

This month my projects each featured a simple new or different way to use Clear Scraps' products. 

I kept the base supplies the same, so it would be easy to experiment with the ideas and techniques.

Today, I'll show you how to make a faux ceramic tile using a stencil and chipboard.

Ceramic Tiles come in many different styles, patterns and colors, but they can be expensive, and are too heavy for use on some projects.

Using chipboard for the "tile" will give you a similar look, but allow you to use the tile on projects that traditional ceramic tiles would be unsuitable for.

Here is the tile I made...


I used it to embellish a plain gray planter in my living room...

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Making the tile was easy, and started with a piece of white chipboard and Clear Scraps' Fan Scroll Stencil...

Tape stencil to chipboard and then use embossing tool to add design...


Use your finger (best tool for this job) to lightly rub gel medium into design. Work QUICKLY! as it dries fast!


After gel medium has been applied, quickly, but carefully, remove stencil.

Apply base color of ink to chipboard. Dont press hard over embossed area, let applicator glide across it...


Apply touches of accent colors...


Spritz lighlty with water to activate inks; let dry...


Closeup of detail...


Cut tile to desired size and its ready to be incorporated into your project...


You could also make smaller tiles, or cut a larger one into smaller pieces, to embellish the edges of a frame or mirror.

I hope you enjoyed this project and will come back soon for more Great projects from the other Fabulous Clear Scraps' Designers!


Clear Scraps: Fan Scroll 6X6 Stencil


Ranger: Oxide Inks

The Crafter’s Workshop: Gel Medium

Grafix: White Chipboard

Ken Oliver: Trigger Spray Bottle and Best Ever Craft Mat

Clear Snap: ColorBox Stylus & Tips


Embossing Tool

Blue Painters Tape

Paper Towels

Clear Scraps Mason Jar Wood Shape -- Create Beautiful

Hello everyone!!  Laura here with you today to share a little springtime inspiration!

This sweet little home decor project starts with the Clear Wood Mason Jar Shape.

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Oh am I in love with these 3 packs of wood shapes!  There are several in the Clear Scraps

store.  These are great to make multiples so you can give them as gifts (imagine all of

your crafty friends getting this cute little mason jar gift!), OR yes, you can keep them all

for yourself and create projects for different rooms, different holiday, whatever you'd like!

For this project, I started by tracing the jar onto patterned paper.  Then I painted the jar lid

with gray acrylic paint.  While it dried, I cut out the traced jar, and  then glued it on.  Next I

layered on the black cardstock and contrasting plaid, then I inked the entire jar (including

the lid) with black distress ink.  Then it was time to embellish!

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This is the Fancy Butterfly chipboard embellishment from Clear Scraps.  It was painted

using aqua and terracotta acrylic paint (dabbed on to make a mottled look) and then to

make it look a little like a copper verdigris I used a bit of copper rubbing paste to gild it.

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I also used the Vine Circle chipboard embellishment, painted with black acrylic paint.

Once everything was dry, it was layered together in the center of the jar.

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The butterfly was popped up with some foam tape, and then a few flower

and heart stickers were added along with the word "create".  Twine tied

around the top of the jar finished the project off.


Thanks so much for stopping by today!  I hope you're inspired to try out

the Clear Scraps Wood Shapes!  You can find the jars and many more in

the store right HERE.




Clear Scraps:  Wood Mason Jar Shape, Fancy Butterfly Chipboard,

Vine Circle Chipboard.

Other:  PhotoPlay plaids, Bella Blvd stickers, foam tape, twine,

gray acrylic paint, black cardstock.

Enjoy the Journey Wood Panel

Hi everyone, Steph Ackerman here to share a new home decor panel.

Are you aware that Clear Scraps creates wood rectangles and sells them in packs of three -  3 Wood Rectangles.
At 6.5" x 9.5", they are perfectly sized for albums and home decor pieces.


Taking apart the dragonflies from their frame, I placed them atop white cardstock and spritzed them with Lindy's Stamp Gang Shimmer Spray Inks. 
I put aside the paper and dragonflies till they dried.
The background I created was used on a previous project.


I re-spritzed the dragonflies and then embossed them with embossing powder.
Lovin' the shimmer on them!


Color one of the Wood Rectangles with a Blue Shimmer Spray. 
It's not a heavy spray and I love that the wood grain still shows. 
It gives the panel a really unique appearance. 
Punch holes in the corners.


Spritz Enjoy the Journal with a Pink Shimmer Spray.


Adhere the phrase onto the panel, then place the dragonflies around it.


Run ribbon through the holes and tie off.


Now I have a pretty new panel to hang in my craft room.

Other Supplies:  Lindy's Stamp Gang Shimmer Spray

Thanks for stopping by.


Baby 6x6 Chipboard Tabbed Album

Hello crafty friends! It's Maya here on the blog today to share a baby album I created using the Chipboard 6x6 Tabbed Album. I documented these photos of my two adorable nieces. The three tabbed dividers are so perfect to separate their individual photos and sister photos.


For the front and back cover, I traced them to a patterned paper, cut out and adhered with tacky glue. Next, I decorated the covers by using patterned papers, stickers and ephemera.

▼ For the inside covers, I cut two 4 x 6 journaling cards and adhered it to the center. Then, cut two patterned strips for the top and the bottom. I also used a ribbon border punch to create white dotted ribbon strips and adhered them between the papers.



▼ For the inside pages, I painted the outer edges using pink acrylic paint and planned to cover with patterned papers.


▼ Then I trimmed the patterned papers to 5.25 x 5.75 to fit inside the chipboard. For this page of the first divider, I created two pockets to hold four 2 x 2.75 photos from one of my nieces. I backed the photos with pink paper and I documented the date and some details on the back. 


▼ Here I documented the photos from my other niece on the second divider. I created a vertical pocket to hold the photos.


▼ The third divider is holding their sister photos! Again, I created pockets and adhered them to the bottom of the pages to hold tags or extra photos. 



Thank you for stopping by Clear Scraps blog today! I hope you are inspired to create an album of your own. You may check HERE for all the chipboard albums. Let's get crafty!

Additional products used:
- Patterned Paper, Stickers, Ephemera: Echo Park Paper Little Dreamer Girl Collection
- Acrylic Paint: Master's Touch
- Adhesive: Double Sided Tape and foam tape, Aleene's Tacky Glue
- Paper Trimmer: Fiskars
- Border Punch: Dress My Craft

Butterfly Card with Chipboard Embossed Paper

Hello from the Clear Scraps' Blog!

Tami here to share another project and technique idea with you today.

So far this month, I've shared 2 projects each using a similar set of supplies and techniques that use your Clear Scraps' products in different ways.

For my third project, I used a Clear Scraps' Chipboard Embellishment to emboss a design on paper.

It's easy to do using your diecutting or embossing machine!

Clear Scraps' Chipboard Embellishments come in lots and lots of amazing designs, and are a wonderful way to dress up all kinds of projects.

This is just one more way to use them; and STILL have the embellishment to use on another project.

Here is the card I made using this technique; one of the butterflies from the Fancy Butterflies Chipboard Embellishment was used to add the embossed design...


You can try out this technique and make the project if you like using the step-out directions below...

Place the chipboard on diecutting plate, position paper over it, then add embossing mat (or cut piece of fun foam) and cover with top plate. Add foam and or chipboard pieces to stack if needed. Your stack will depend on your machine...


If embossed design is not as detailed or deep as you would like, try adding another piece of foam or chipboard.

Embossed design...


Apply inks in a diagonal rainbow pattern. Dont press hard over embossed area, let applicator glide across it...


Spritz lightly with water; water will activate the inks...


Blot lightly with clean paper towel...


Inked cardstock...


Stamp sentiment...


Adhere inked cardstock to card front. Cut out sentiment and adhere using foam tape...


For an alternate project, try embossing several small designs on the paper, then use the Chipboard Embellishment itself on the card for a coordinated look.


Clear Scraps: Fancy Butterflies Chipboard Embellishment


Ranger: Oxide Inks

Ken Oliver: Trigger Spray Bottle and Best Ever Craft Mat

Clear Snap: ColorBox Stylus & Tips and Thankful Clear Stamps

Beacon Adhesives: Zip Dry

Watercolor Paper

White Cardstock

Paper Trimmer


Foam Tape

Acrylic Block

Paper Towels

Clear Scraps Shaker Heart Paw -- Puppy Love LO

Hi everyone!  Laura is here with you today to share a little inspiration for scrapping

those pet photos, using one of the adorable Clear Scraps Shakers!

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Have you tried scrapping with the cute Clear Scraps Mini Shakers yet?  I love

using these to create a custom embellishment to add that little something "extra"

to my LO's!  This one is the Clear Scraps Heart/Paw Mini Shaker.  This is a LO

I have ready to go for one of our 4-legged pups, but the idea could easily be

changed up to a LO for a kitty as well!

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The LO itself is pretty simple, just a few stickers and layered spots for photos.  I used

a block method to create a grid that I worked all the photos and embellishments into.

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The star of the show is the cute shaker tho!  It's easy to do as you'd like with these.

Here I painted the top frame with red and black acrylic paint.  I used a brush to make

the lines along the edge of the paw sharp.  The rest I painted with a foam brush.  You

can use any method you'd like and any colors you'd like, that's why I love these shakers!

If you want to ink it, stamp it, spray it with ink, your choice!  You can add glitter glue to

make it sparkle if you'd like.  Same goes for the background. I chose to trace the heart/paw

onto patterned paper, but you could paint it or anything you'd like.  You could stamp a

sentiment of some sort inside.  But those sparkly sequins are so fun!  But really, I love

the versatility of these!  Sometime you may no want the shaker , well, they actually have

this VERY same look in their chipboard embellishments!


How fun is that?  So you can choose your look for this one!


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


  Supplies Used: 

Clear Scraps:  Mini Shaker Heart/Paw

Other:  Echo Park My Dog papers and stickers,

red and black acrylic paint, twine, adhesive, foam tape.