Embellishments

Clear Scraps XL Script Wood Quote--You Got This!!

Hi there everyone!  Laura here with you today to share

a little positivity and encouragement!  We could all

use a little of that right now!  At least we do have the

signs of spring, gorgeous warm weather, sunshine,

the grass is starting to get green and some of those

early springtime flowers are starting to make their

appearance.  At least that's what it looks like here in

the midwest!  You might be a little ahead or a little

behind, but gotta love spring!

My project that I'm sharing with you today has a

little bit of springtime mixed with the encouragment

we all need a little bit of right now!

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This bright cheerful little sign uses a wooden star base (coming

soon from Clear Scraps....watch the "What's New" section!) and

the XL Script Wood Quote--You Got This is spot on for a reminder

we can get through this together a day at a time!

To create this one, I started by tracing the wooden star shape on

the bright flower patterned paper.  I cut it out and glued it to the

star base.  Then I brushed the edges with some bright pink acrylic

paint for a pop of color.   The You Got This sentiment is painted

with yellow acrylic paint.

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What could be more cheerful than bright yellow paint??!!

And then I added a couple of heart stickers, and tied a little

spring birdie tag to the letter "U" with a bit of twine.

I wanted to showcase the springtime vibe a little more,

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and the hello spring sticker was perfect! I am so happy

spring is here, hope you are too!  Enjoy the sunshine

(and the rain bringing those sweet spring flowers)

Thanks so much for stopping by today!

 

Supplies Used:

Clear Scraps:  XL Script Wood Quote-You Got This.

Other:  Acrylic paint--yellow, pink.  Doodlebug

Bunnyville, twine, enamel dots, adhesive.


Inspirational Pallet

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Hola,

Tami here to share a little positivity with you today.

We find ourselves amidst troubling times; where our everyday life has become anything but "everyday".

So I thought I'd put some pent up energy into making something positive for my home. Clear Scraps has many messages of faith in their line, and I decided to use the "Faith Over Fear" XL Wood Quote as a starting point.

I noticed that the quote fit perfectly on the Medium Deco Pallet Shape, so decided that would work great as the base for the quote. 

I wanted something colorful for the background, but couldn't find a printed paper I liked and didn't just want to paint or ink it. Then I caught sight of my washi tape; I have a "slight" addiction to it as you can see from this photo...

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Washi tape comes in tons of patterns and colors and I thought it would work well to cover the pallet with.

I placed strips of washi tape horizontally on each section of the pallet, lining up each strip directly beside the previous one. Then used a file to remove excess tape from edges.

For the quote, I painted it white so it would stand out from the background; then distressed it, especially around the edges of the letters. Loosely outlining the letters in a black pen helped define them a bit more.

Washi tape was also used to dress up the Fancy Butterflies Chipboard Embellishment.

Here is a short little video that shows you how I made this project step-by-step.

Supplies:

Clear Scraps: "Faith Over Fear" XL Wood QuoteMedium Deco Pallet Shape and Fancy Butterflies Chipboard Embellishment

Other: Assorted Washi Tape, White Acrylic Paint, White Cardstock Scrap, Beacon Adhesives: Zip Dry, File, Scissors, Black Pen and Paint Brush

 


Mini Bunny Spring Pallet

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Spring Greetings to you all from Chris!  Today I am hopping in to share this adorable Mini Bunny Pallet.  This bunny would make an adorable accent in your home or office.  And we know we could all use a bit of spring sunniness about now! To recreate this project you will need the following:

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Textured Card Stock, Distress ink, Cotton ball, white twine, paper flower accent

Begin by tracing  the pallet onto the back side of the textured card stock.
Secure the 6" Quarterfoil Stencil over card stock and add distress ink to  ink the card stock.


 


 


Cut and adhere card stock onto  your Bunny Mini Pallet Shape.  Add cotton ball for tail and bow and flower to finish! I hope you are inspired to get creative with your mini pallets!


Easter Gifts with Clear Scraps

Hi friends! Happy Monday! Hope everyone is staying safe and healthy!  Easter is this week and I'm sharing two candy holders I created with some new Clear Scraps products. And I'm going to show you the techniques I  used! 

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First up, I  used the Bunny Mini Shaker Shape to decorate this kraft gift bag! It's perfect to accent any Easter or spring themed project you have in mind!

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I   painted the top frame of the shaker with chalk paint in pink. I  also ensured that I  painted the inside and outside edges of this and the 2nd and 3rd frames. 

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Next, I  applied embossing ink to the surface of my top frame followed by heat setting sparkle pink embossing powder. 

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 I  took the bottom chipboard base and my Beacon 3-in-1 adhesive and adhered patterned paper to the front.  

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Taking my x-acto knife, I  trimmed the excess paper away as well as used sanding paper to smooth any edges. 

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Again using my Beacon, I  adhered the 2nd and 2rd frames to the chipboard base. 

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I  was now ready to add my sequins! It is a good idea to use an embossing pouch to remove any static electricity before hand.  Here, I  used Clear Scraps Spring Sequins pack which matched perfectly! After, I  adhered my acrylic piece followed by the top frame. 

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To add some color to my kraft bag, I  used the Plaid 4x6 Stencil with Distress Inks to the front.

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I  finished my shaker by adding bakers twine and a paper flower to accent. I  then adhered with pop dots to the front of my bag. 

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I  had this small canvas bag in my stash and thought it would be perfect to decorate for candy! 

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Using the grass portion of the Grass/Butterfly Layering Stencil, I  applied green at the bottom of my bag. 

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I  then used pink distress ink to color the butterflies in the same stencil. 

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And here is the end result! You can go as light or dark as you like!

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I   painted the Basket Chipboard Embellishment Shape with acrylic paint in white. 

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I  then applied embossing ink to the bottom portion of the basket followed by sparkle light blue embossing powder. 

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Here is the result of the embossing powder! I  did use sand paper to rough up the edges to give it a distressed look.  Using my Beacon, I  adhered the basket to my bag followed by affixing ribbon and a paper flower. 

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Thanks for stopping by the blog today!  I  hope you are inspired to do some Easter themed crafting of your own!  Have a great day!

Additional products used:  patterned paper: Simple Stories; paper flowers: Mon Ami Gabi, bakers twine: Whisker Graphics; paint: Deco Art, Plaid; embossing ink, distress ink: Ranger; embossing powder: Ranger, Recollections; adhesive: Beacon, Thermoweb


Large Chipboard Embellishments Home Decor

Hello! It's Jennifer here to share a home decor project I created with a few new Clear Scraps products! I   began with the Rectangle 12x10 Medium DIY Pallet Shape and covered each slat with patterned paper.  Using a solvent based adhesive, such as Beacon, works best with the birch wood.  

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Next, I  painted the Tractor Large Chipboard Embellishment using off white for the body and black for the tires and steering wheel. 

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Once the paint was dry, I  applied a thin coat of crackle paint over the body of the Tractor.  You won't notice the crackle effect until the next step. And this medium does take a bit longer to dry. 

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My plan was to paint the tractor pink but my paint did not quite match my paper. So after applying the pink I  did add a coat of the off white to lighten the color.  You can see here the close up of the crackle. 

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Using my Beacon,  I covered the Home Large Chipboard Embellishment with patterned paper.  I  then removed excess paper with an x-acto knife and sanding tool. I   adhered the letters with the same adhesive. 

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I  added paper flowers from my stash to the back tire of the tractor as well as bow sticker from the collection I  used. You can also see enamel dots and chipboard plus signs for accent. 

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I  also added a couple paper flowers to the "O" in my Home Chipboard Embellishment as well as some twine.  You can use a hole punch at the top of the pallet in order to hang your creation or leave as is!  

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Thank you for stopping by the blog today! Visit the Clear Scraps shop to see all things new! Have a great day!

Additional products used:  patterned paper, chipboard, stickers: Crate Paper; enamel dots:  Doodlebug Designs; flowers: Mon Ami Gabi; adhesive: Beacon, Thermoweb; paint: DecoArt; crackle paint: Martha Stewart; misc: twine. 

 

 

 


Vacation Shaker Magnets

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Hi everyone!  It's Annie, and today I'm sharing a quick tutorial for these cute little shaker magnets.  I don't know about you, but the hint of spring in the air has me dreaming of summer vacation already, and these little magnets are the perfect way to remind myself that I'll be lying on the beach or heading off in our camper in no time!

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Of all the new shakers in the Clear Scraps shop, the little flip flops may be my favorite!  First I traced the sandal shape onto some bright and summery scrapbook paper and then I cut it out and adhered it to the chip back shape with liquid glue.  After adhering two more chip forms on top of the chip back with liquid glue, I added sand from one of my family's more recent beach trips and sealed the memories inside with the acrylic divider.  To coat the top chip form in shiny black enamel, I applied Versamark ink and black embossing powder before melting it with my heat tool.

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The camper shaker was assembled in much the same way, trading in some pine tree scrapbook paper for the summery pattern and silver embossing powder for the black embossing powder.  I added woodgrain and forest green sequins to the shaker before sealing it up with the acrylic divider that I applied a blue foil rub-on sentiment to the front of.

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I added strong magnets to the back of each shaker with hot glue so that I could stick these to my kitchen appliances and dream of summer vacations past and those to come!

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I hope you enjoyed these fun shaker magnets and thanks so much for stopping by today.  With all of the cute new shakers available in the Clear Scraps shop, what are you going to make first?

~ Annie

Additional products used: black and silver embossing powder, Versamark ink, heat tool, woodgrain/green sequins, beach sand, Beacon 3-in-1 glue, rub-on foiled sentiment, patterned paper, strong magnets


Welcome Home by Steph

Hi everyone, Steph Ackerman here today using some of the new products available at Clearscraps.

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The new wood puzzle shapes are so much fun to work with. 

Start by separating the house puzzle pieces and then paint with light brown and dark brown paints.

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Tape the 6" Shiplap Stencil to the chimney and add modeling paste.
 
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Stamp paw prints in black ink around the light brown panels.

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Stamp the paw prints at the top of the house.  Use stickers to spell out welcome across the roof.

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Run twine across the roof, then "hang" acrylic Small Pennants banner pieces that were painted with pink paint.   Add stickers spelling home.

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Add photos.  Since we just adopted a new puppy, I wanted to welcome her to her new home.

Thanks for stopping by.

Other supplies:  Plaid Paint, Imagine Crafts Ink, Stickers

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Clear Scraps Mini Shaker -- Luck of the Irish

Hello there everyone!  Laura here with you today to share

a bit of Irish luck with you, in this cute little card!

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Being Irish, I've got to admit, St. Patty's is one of my

favorite holidays!  I love creating cards and home

decor projects with the pretty paper collections and

the rainbow of colors, just like this card shows off

all of those bright, fun colors!  And even though

St. Patty's has passed, why not just send a few

"luck of the Irish" cards just because?  And this

card is super simple, because all the focus is on the

star of the show, the adorable Clear Scraps shaker!

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This one is the Mini Shaker Mason Jar.  So fun to just

trace on paper to create a background, like I did here

with the cute lucky shamrock paper, then layer it up

adding a few beads and sequins to create a shimmery

bit of sparkle under the acrylic layer!  These mini shakers

are so fun to create with!  And don't be afraid to use them

 to make cards! If you are giving in person, or adding to

a package, they really make a wonderful addition to any

gift!  You can see, I also added a few stickers, layering

them on using some foam tape.  Just a few, I didn't want

to overwhelm the shaker.  It's great even on it's own!

Before I put it all together, I did paint the outside of the

jar.  I used black acrylic paint on the body of the jar, and

then used gray paint on the lid.

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I added a little bit of black paint to the lid using a foam

brush with barely and paint on it to give the lid an aged

look, then tied a bit of twine around the base of the lid

to give it a bit of color.  It adds a nice finishing touch.

Thanks for stopping by today!

 

Supplies Used:

Clear Scraps:  Mini Shaker Mason Jar

Other:  acrylic paint--black, gray, adhesive,

foam tape, Doodlebug Lots o luck paper

and stickers, sequins, twine.


Clear Scraps Wooden Puzzle -- Hello Spring

Hello everyone and happy Spring!

Laura here today to share a springtime project

created using the new Clear Scraps Wooden Puzzle!

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Actually, it's SO new, we don't even have it listed in the store

yet!  But it's coming soon, so keep an eye out!  These puzzles

will become one of your favorites for making all kinds of projects

for home decor, gifts, or memory keeping!  Find all the new in

the Clear Scraps store, in the "What's New" section.

Make sure to check in often!  It's the best place to see all

the new shakers, chipboard, and so much more!  Always

fun to see all the new ideas to make your scrapbooking,

album making, and home decor projects come to life!

Well, back to this bright, cheerful, burst of spring project!

Another great wooden item you can paint, cover with

paper, or do whatever you'd like!

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On this one, I covered each piece individually with

paper, then brushed the edges with acrylic paint.  Ink

was a little more subtle than I wanted.   I wanted it to

be bright and cheerful since it was a springtime project.

Then, super easy, I basically created a cute card front!

Just layered up a little paper and a few stickers, and

attached to one of the puzzle pieces.

The next piece was covered with pretty bright flower

patterned paper, and in addition to the stickers.

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Look at the sweet little bunny!  New, new, new!

The Clear Scraps Mini Shaker Bunny!

The frame is painted with white acrylic paint,

I traced the bunny onto colorful floral paper to

use as the backing, and added a few little beads

and sequins.  A button, bow, and springtime

sticker finish off this super cute shaker!

The other 2 puzzle pieces were decorated also,

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using more of the bright colorful stickers, papers,

and also a few enamel dots.

Thanks so much for stopping by today!

 

Supplies Used:

Clear Scraps - Wooden Puzzle, Mini Bunny Shaker.

Other:  Doodlebug Simply Spring, green and white

acrylic paint, adhesive, enamel dots, twine, button, ribbon.


Easter Panel by Steph

Hi everyone, Steph Ackerman here today using some of the new products available at ClearScraps.

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The panel I used is approximately 8" x 10".  I divided the panel into 2 sections, one for the grass and one for the sky, then dry brushed on the paints.

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The Bunny Mini Wood Pallet Shape was painted pink and Nuvo drops were added to her ears for dimension.  She was then placed on the grass.  The Easter chipboard word title was painted purple and glued above the bunny.  A strip of Rinea Foiled Paper in Emerald was torn and placed across the panel, then the bunny was added on top.
 
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Using a small oval die, I die cut assorted papers to create Easter eggs.  They were placed around the panel and Nuvo Drops were added to several eggs for dimension.
 
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I used a Crop-A-Dile to punch holes in the panel and added ribbon for hanging.
 
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Thanks for stopping by.
 
Steph

Other Supplies:  Plaid Paint, Nuvo Drops, Spellbinders dies, Rinea Foiled Paper
 
 

 


DIY Spring Wood Pallet Sign

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Hello everyone! Helen is here today. March is here and that means Spring is coming, too! It is time for a new home decor. 

I made this new Spring Wood Pallet Sign using the new Wagon Large Chipboard Embellishment and Rectangle 12x10 Medium DIY Pallet Shape.

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To decorate the Rectangle 12x10 Medium DIY Pallet Shape, I measured the size of each pallet and then I trimmed a 12x12 scrapbook paper with paper trimmer into paper strips. Or you also can simply trace the wood pallet on top of the 12x12 scrapbook paper and cut with scissors.

I added each paper strip on the wood pallet with Beacon 3-in-1 adhesive glue. If you don’t have this glue, make sure you use permament strong adhesive glue that works on wood surface.

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Next step is decorating the Wagon Large Chipboard Embellishment. I used heat embossing technique on this chipboard embellishment. It is easy and give some texture on the wagon, it looks like a painted wood wagon.

I applied the VersaMark ink all over the wagon chipboard surface.

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And then, I sprinkled the white opaque glitter embossing powder (I have a bottle that I mixed the white embossing powder and iridecent glitter embossing powder). I cover the whole surface.

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And then, carefully I used my craft heater gun to heat set the embossing powder. Please, make sure your craft heater gun is warm enough to melt the powder, better pre-heat it for 15-30 seconds before. If not, you will blow some of the powder off when you go over the chipboard when it is still cool.

I did this embossing step three times to get the thickness that I wanted on the wagon and for the wheels I decided to use the black glitter embossing powder for the second and third layer.

When the embossing step is done, I adde the chipboard on top of the wood pallet with the Beacon 3-in-1 adhesive glue, and I held it down for a minute to make sure the glue dried well. I added a diecut flowers and leaves on the wagon to embellish it.

For the sentiment on the sign, I used cork letter stickers and I wrote the rest of the Bible verse with permanent marker brush.

I finished the wood sign with couple of those gold beaded butterflies that I added on the wood with the same adhesive glue. It is ready to be put on our mantle for Spring decor.

Thank you so much for stopping by today. Make sure to come back tomorrow to see more inspirations from the design team. And... Check out more of the new products at Clear Scraps store that you will love to use for your projects!

Have wonderful day!


Clear Scraps Medium DIY Pallet -- Flannel Fun

Hi there everyone!  Laura with you today and even with

spring right around the corner (yes it's coming!) I'm

sharing a home decor project that would be great year

round, especially if you love cabin or woodsy decor,

or love that buffalo plaid themed home decor look

look that is so popular right now!  It's sure one of my

favorite looks, how about you?

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How cute is this little sign?!!  It started with the Clear Scraps

Medium DIY Pallet, these little square pallets are so great for

any home decor project!  Paint 'em, ink 'em, paper 'em!  Any

theme you want for seasonal decor, or add photos to display

a favorite memory.  Sometimes I keep it simple, and so this

is just painted up with brown acrylic paint on the top and

bottom boards.  The center board is covered with a piece

of patterned paper that goes with the outdoorsy theme.

Love the new Vintage Truck LG chipboard embellishment,

which is one of many chipboard shapes available in the

Clear Scraps store!  Want to see all the others available

just waiting for your creativity?  You can find them all HERE

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The truck has been painted with red, black and brown acrylic

paint, and then I went around the edges with black ink to

make it look a little more vintage/aged.  I added a bunch of

 cute cabin and outdoor themed stickers.  They are layered,

using foam tape, at the back of the truck. At the top,

the word Howdy is also new from Clear Scraps! 

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It's just painted with black acrylic paint which matches the

buffalo plaid theme perfectly!  The little "channel the

flannel" tag with a twine bow adds a little of that plaid

flair and color at the top of the project.

Thanks so much for stopping by today!

 

Supplies Used: 

Clear Scraps:  Medium DIY Pallet,

Howdy LG chipboard embellishment,

Vintage Truck LG chipboard embellishment.

Other:  Acrylic paint - black, brown, red.   Twine,

adhesive, foam tape, Echo Park Little Lumberjack -

paper and stickers.  Black Soot distress ink.


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Magical Greetings!  Chris here and today I am excited to share this Magical card I created using Clear Scraps Chipboard and Acrylic Sheets. I just love how the acrylic sheets can be used to add dimension to your cards. 

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Dragonfly Chip Board 

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Acrylic 12 x 12 Sheet

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Patterned paper

Embossing Ink

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ScraPerfect Glue

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Start by trimming front off of your card base. 

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Cut Acrylic 12 x 12 Sheet to fit front of card.  Adhere to card base.  Cover flap with paper. 

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Cover Dragonfly Chip Board  and Magical Chip Board Word Title with Embossing Ink. Cover with embossing powder. 

 

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Adhere both pieces to Acrylic to finish card! 

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Be sure to Check out all the new products at Clear Scrap.


Mini Mason Jar Shaker

Hi everyone!

Welcome to this weeks project!

This week I have created this lovely Mini Mason Jar Shaker.

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I love these min shakers!

This was super easy and simple to do!

I just layered each of the pieces together with wet glue.  I added

some pattern paper to the bottome piece and the top piece.  before adding the

bottom I sprinkled in my shaker mix.

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To give it some dimension I inked the edges with disress ink.

To finish it off I added a flower spray to the top left corner.

I can add this to a card, box or even add some

magnets to the back, which is what I will do and add it to my collection

of shakers hanging on my door!

I just love the soft colors I used on this and the sparkle also!!

Thanks for stopping!

Kim :)


Paw Prints Frame

Hi everyone, Steph Ackerman here today using new products that will soon be available.

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Using the Chipboard heart with paw print, paint the heart red and the paw print brown.

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Paint a frame with gray paint and adhere the heart/paw in the corner.
 
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Add texture to the frame using modeling paste with the 6" x 6" Shattered Glass Stencil.
 
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Add stickles to the heart and paws to make them shine.

 
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Stamp paw prints across the top of the frame randomly with black ink.  Spritz inks on the stenciled portions.  Print up "Leaving paw prints on your heart", adding them around the frame.
 
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Thanks for stopping by.
 
 
Other Supplies:  Frame, Plaid Paint, Stickles, Fireworks! Craft Spray, Memento Ink