Stencils

Spring Floral Cone Using Chipboard Banners

Hello,

Tami here with a brightly colored project that is just perfect for spring.

As the weather starts to warm up, it's time to shake off the muted colors of winter and brighten up our homes with the colors of spring. And what is more "Spring-y" than flowers? I'll show you how to easily turn the Clear Scraps Large Chipboard Banner into a cone that you can hang on the wall and fill with flowers.

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The Clear Scraps banner sets are great to use to make decor, holiday or party banners. But they can be used for more than that as you can see from this project. 

The triangle shapes of the banner pieces make it simple to attach 3 together to make a cone. I used paint on the scalloped edge of the banner pieces, then covered the rest with printed paper. Cardstock hinges connect the pieces to form the cone. 

Here is a short video that shows you how to make this cone for your own home decor. 

This pretty cone would also make a special gift once you fill it with flowers. You could also cover the cone in neutral colors, then change out the flowers to match the season.

If you or a friend is planning a wedding, these cones would look beautiful on the church pews or on the chairs lining the aisle. For outdoor weddings, decorate the space by hanging them in the trees. 

For the sample project, I only embellished 2 of the 3 chipboard pieces as the back of the cone is against the wall and did not need to be covered or painted. If the cones will be hung where all 3 sides will show, just embellish the third side as well.

I hope this project will help you get in the mood for Spring.

Supplies:

Clear Scraps: Chipboard Shapes Large Banners

Other: Graphic 45 Printed Papers, DecoArt: Titanium White Media Fluid Acrylic Paint, Pom Pom Trim, Cardstock and Ribbon

Tools: Trimmer, Scissors, Paint Brush and Bone Folder

 


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

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Hello Spring Pallet

Hola! Tami here to share another project with you.

Are you ready for Spring? Better be ‘cause it’s here! March 19 was the first day of Spring this year.

To celebrate the coming of Spring I'd like to show you how to create a decor piece using Clear Scraps Medium Square Pallet Shape and 2 of their stencils; Hello Spring and Doily Mat.

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I whitewashed the pallet, lightly sanded it, then added portions of the Doily Mat stencil to different parts of the pallet using white paint. Gel pens were used to add the design. 

When you look at a stencil, think about how you can use the parts differently. You can also flip some stencils over to change the direction of the design. For this project, I layered the flowers individually to create my designs.

Here is a short video that shows you how I made the sample piece.

 

My gel pens worked beautifully on the wood, but I would suggest that you try yours out on the back of the pallet. You could also use markers or ink to apply the designs. But make sure whatever product you are using will not bleed with the wood grain.

Supplies:

Clear Scraps: Medium Square Pallet Shape, Hello Spring and Doily Mat

Other: DecoArt: Translucent White Media Fluid Acrylic Paint, Kingart Glitter Gel Pens and Rhinestones

Tools: Paint Brush, Stencil Brush and File

 


Springtime Flower Basket Card

Springtime Flower Basket Card by Annie Williams for Clear Scraps - Main

Hi everyone!  It's Annie, and today I'm sharing a quick tutorial for this pretty springtime flower basket card made with one of the newest chipboard embellishments in the Clear Scraps shop.  Although the Basket Chipboard embellishment begs to be used on all of your Easter projects, it's super versatile and could be filled with seashells, pumpkins, or poinsettias for use all year long!

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I started by pressing my Versamark ink pad all over the basket chipboard shape several times until I had a nice even coating.  Then I poured light pink embossing powder over the shape and melted it with my heat tool.  After repeating these steps one more time, I was left with a shiny pink enamel embellishment that looked like I bought it that way!

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To create the subtle plaid background for the card, I first ran a piece of light blue cardstock through my diecutting machine with the 6" Diamonds stencil and an embossing pad.  This left an embossed diamond impression over the entire panel.  Then, I shifted the stencil over my embossed piece so that the diamond cutouts would line up with the "x" of the embossed pattern.  After applying white pigment ink through the stencil, the result was a subtle plaid pattern with both color and texture.

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I matted the plaid panel with some gold cardstock before adhering it all to a top-folding A2-sized white card base.  To keep the background from showing through the basket, I cut some kraft cardstock to fit behind the chipboard shape and adhered it to the back before adding the basket to the front of the card with liquid glue.

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After filling the basket with some die-cut, shaped, and inked daisies, I added a small gold bow to the handle and a foiled sentiment across the bottom.

I hope you enjoyed this pretty springtime card project and thanks so much for stopping by today.  Be sure to visit the Clear Scraps shop to see all of the fun new chipboard shapes available!

~ Annie

Additional products used: white, gold, kraft, and blue cardstock, white pigment ink, ink blending tool, diecutting machine, embossing mat, pink embossing powder, Versamark ink, heat tool, hot foil sentiment, gold shimmer ribbon, Beacon 3-in-1 glue


Stenciled Background Two Ways

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Hello everyone... Helen is here today. I want to share these couple cards that I created using the stencil in two ways technique with the 4x6 Brick wall Stencil.

This stencil in two ways technique is a fun way to create backgrounds with stencil that you can get the most out of your stencil and ink.

First background is adding the ink directly on the card using stencil and blending brush or bledding applicator.

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I die cut couple of the gelli printing cardstocks I have in my stash with the pot, cactus and flowers. Then I cut out the thanks word sentiment from a piece of black glitter cardstock using the word die. I added all the pieces directly on a white card with permanent adhesive glue.

I used Vintage Distress Ink and blending oval brush on the first card. I applied the ink around the die cuts to create the brick wall look. I removed the stencil and did not wipe off the ink on it.

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With the ink still on the stencil, I sprayed it lightly with water and then I used it to stamp on a watercolor paper. I pressed the inky stencil on the paper with paper towel. And I got the soft watercolor printed brick wall background for the second background on this card.

I cut and embossed the background panel with one of the Double Stitched Rectangle Dies. I added it on a creme card base with permanent adhesive glue. And then I added the sentiment banner on the card with 3D foam tape, and I added the flower (stamped, colored and cut) on the card with the same permanent adhesive.

I hope these cards give you some ideas for Spring cards. Thank you so much for stopping by the blog today. Make sure to visit us again to see more inspirations from the design team. And...for more stencil designs, check out Clear Scrap Store!

Have wonderful day!


Mason Jar Banner

May Flowers Mason Jar Banner by Annie Williams for Clear Scraps - Main

Hi everyone!  It's Annie, and today I'm sharing a quick tutorial to make this bright and cheery mason jar banner perfect for spring decorating.  With three jars in this wood shape set, you can use it alone or buy multiples to spell out any name or phrase in the form of a banner or wall hanging.  I've been yearning for spring, so I thought I'd use my banner to wish for May flowers.

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I started by sanding each jar shape with a sanding block, and then applied metallic champagne acrylic paint to the surface.  Once dry, I sanded the pieces again and applied a second coat of paint for a smooth, even finish.

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Once the shapes were completely dry, I secured the capital letter stencils to each one with painters tape.  Then I applied teal glitter paste through the stencil with a palette knife, removed the stencil immediately when done to wash in soapy water, and allowed it to dry for at least an hour.

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Add silk flower bunches to the back of the jars with hot glue and then tie a bow with pretty ribbon around the neck of the jar to secure the flowers even more.  Punch holes on either side of the neck with a heavy duty hole puncher and string the shapes together using rustic twine.  Hang the banner on any wall to instantly cheer up the room!

I hope you enjoyed this quick and easy springtime banner project and thanks so much for stopping by today.  How would you use the new triple wood shape sets to decorate your home?

~ Annie

Additional products used: metallic champagne acrylic paint, sanding block, foam paintbrush, painters tape, teal glitter paste, palette knife, silk flower bunches, hot glue gun, white organza ribbon, heavy duty hole puncher, rustic twine, 


Stenciled Greeting Card

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Greetings!   Chris here and today I am exited to share this stenciled card I created for Clear Scraps!  I love adding stencils to my projects!  

Clear Scraps Products Needed

4x6 Brick Wall Stencil 

Mixed Fancy Windows Chipboard Embellishments

other supplies

Watercolor paper, Patterned paper, Multi-media gloss,  embossing powder, Distress inks, Embossing ink, Cardstock, adhesive, paper doily

 

Start by securing your 4x6 Brick Wall Stencil  on top of water color paper. 


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Apply the Multi Media Gloss over stencil. Remove and let dry.  (clean your stencil with a bit of soap and water.)
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Once dry, layer distress inks over bricks.  The ink will wipe ripe off the bricks !  Mat onto black card stock and add to patterned paper. 

 

Remove one window from Mixed Fancy Windows Chipboard Embellishments

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IMG_5419Lay embossed window over patterned paper to frame image and trace.  Cut image and adhere to window. 

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Add window to card, I layered a paper doily under the window to add extra dimension. Add bow and flower and sticker sentiments to finish! 

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Mixed Media Acrylic Tag

Hi Ya'll,

Tami here today to share a mixed media project with you.

Some of you may be asking, "what exactly is mixed media?". Well, simply put, Mixed Media is any form of art that utilizes more than one medium or material. 

Using multiple materials or products in the same art project helps to create depth and texture.

For this project, I started with the Acrylic Tag Album, which includes 4 different shaped tags. The tags are great to use as a set to make a mini album, but they are also fun to use separately.

I picked one design, the traditional style tag, to use for this project.

One of the reasons acrylic is a good pick as a base for a mixed media project, is that you can work on both sides of the acrylic to layer and help create depth.

Here is the tag that I made...

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I actually started this project by working on what would be the back of the tag; I painted it black. Then I flipped the tag and painted the front blue. What this allows me to do is to scrape away some of the blue paint to reveal the black paint underneath. This is a great technique to use on acrylic.

Take a look at a closeup pic of those 2 layers...

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I was able to create a pattern and add texture to the tag base, and it also adds a bit of depth as the black layer is on the back.

I added another layer to the background of the tag with the Clear Scraps 4 X 6 Brick Wall Stencil and white modeling paste.

For my next layer,  I used some VERY blingy glitter gel pens to color in some designs, then cut them out and adhered them to the tag. Some of the pieces were adhered using pop dots for even more dimension.

A twine bow finishes off the tag.

I took a video of this project while i was working on it. If you'd like to see the steps, please view this video...

    

Supplies:

Clear Scraps: Acrylic Tag Album and 4 X 6 Brick Wall Stencil

The Crafter's Workshop: Blue Jellybean and Black Licorice Heavy Bodied Acrylic Paint and White Modeling Paste, Ranger: Dylusions Colouring Sheets, KingArt: Glitter Gel Pens, Beacon Adhesives: Mixed Media Glue and Pop Dots

Tools: Scissors, Wire Brush, Paint Brushes and Pallet Knife


Alpine Train Card

Alpine Train Card by Annie Williams for Clear Scraps - Main

Hi there!  It's Annie, and today I'm sharing a tutorial to make this fun slimline card using one of the newest chipboard embellishments from the Clear Scraps shop.  As soon as I saw this cute train shape, I knew I wanted to place it into an alpine scene for a unique bon voyage card.

Alpine Train Card by Annie Williams for Clear Scraps - Color Train

Start by trimming the train chipboard embellishment out of it's frame and applying color.  One of my favorite ways to finish chipboard embellishments is to coat the piece in Versamark ink (by just pressing the pad all over the shape) and add different colors of embossing powder.  Here I've used black embossing powder for the engine and burgundy and black embossing powders for the cars.  Applying several coats of powder (melting in between with a heat tool) leaves the perfect enamel finish on the shape.

Alpine Train Card by Annie Williams for Clear Scraps - Embellish Train

For a little embellishment, I trimmed very thin strips out of a gold foil label sheet and used them as pinstripes on the engine and cars.  The tiny number seven on the engine was made with the same gold strip, trimmed out neatly with detail scissors.

Alpine Train Card by Annie Williams for Clear Scraps - Stencil Background

To create the background, I first cut a panel of white cardstock to 3.75" x 9".  After stamping mountaintops at the very top of the panel and fussycutting the edge out, I stenciled pine trees on the lower part of the panel using the Pine Trees stencil and several shades of green ink.  Alternating the height, color, and order of the tree shapes across the card gives a more natural look to the background.

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Pop the background scene up on top of blue panel to create the sky, then mat it with black cardstock before adhering it all down to a top-folding slimline cardbase (4" x 9.25").  Add a grey strip of cardstock and train tracks (I used a thin striped border die to create mine from black cardstock) to the bottom of the panel before popping the chipboard train up top with foam adhesive.  Finish the card off with a stamped or die cut sentiment.

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I hope you enjoyed this fun alpine train card project and thanks so much for stopping by today.  With so many awesome new chipboard embellishments in the Clear Scraps shop, which one will you choose for your next project?

~ Annie

Additional products used: Versamark ink, black and burgundy embossing powder, heat tool, gold foil label sheets, white, black, blue, and grey cardstock, mountaintop and sentiment stamps, green inks, striped border die


Home Sweet Home Puzzle Decor

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Greetings Chris here and today I am excited to share this Sweet Home Decor I created with Clear Scraps new Puzzle Pallet .  

This sign also features the ABC Letter stencil set  and Heart.

 

Start by painting your heart.  White wash puzzle with diluted white paint. Let Dry. 

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Stencil Home on top and bottom of puzzle with ABC Letter stencil set 

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Print "Sweet" in desired font and transfer to puzzle. 

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Transfer by coloring back of "sweet with pencil and then tracing onto puzzle. 

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Using India Ink markers outline then fill in letters. 

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Add painted heart and Jute bow to finish. 


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I hope you are inspired to try creating your own sign! 


Valentine Heart Decor

Valentine Heart Decor by Annie Williams for Clear Scraps - Hanging

Hi everyone!  It's Annie and today I'm sharing a quick tutorial to make this fun Valentine's Day heart sign that's the perfect last minute décor project.  Pairing the Medium Heart Pallet with part of the new Heart Mini Wood Frame set, I whipped up a bright and modern-looking piece full of love.

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Start by painting the Medium DIY Heart Pallet Shape with red acrylic paint and the inner shape from the Heart Mini Wood Frame set with white acrylic paint.  Once dry, sand each piece with a sanding sponge, and apply a second coat for a beautiful, even finish.

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Using the Brick Wall stencil, apply white embossing paste randomly around the Heart Medium DIY Pallet Shape with a palette knife.  Flip the stencil around a bit as you move around the piece with your stenciling to make the pattern look a little less regular.  Set the pallet shape aside to dry for at least an hour.

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Meanwhile, ink the edges of the small heart shape with red ink for a little interest and finishing.  Die cut a sentiment out of white and red cardstock and adhere them together using liquid glue.

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Adhere the small heart shape to the Medium DIY Heart Pallet Shape with hot glue and add the sentiment to the center of the small heart with foam adhesive.  Turn the piece over and attach a natural jute hanger to the back with a heavy duty stapler.

I hope you enjoyed this quick and easy Valentine's Day décor project and thanks so much for stopping by today.  With so many heart-themed products in the Clear Scraps shop, the possibilities are endless for all of your love-ly projects this season!

~ Annie

Additional products used: red and white acrylic paint, white embossing paste, palette knife, red ink, ink blending tool, sentiment die, red and white cardstock, foam adhesive, hot glue glue, natural jute


Winter Scalloped Square Album

Hello and happy Monday! It's Jennifer on the blog to share a winter themed album using the Scalloped Square Album.  And I'm going to share a couple of techniques I  used! 

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I  thought the Mittens Chipboard Embellishments would be a cute accent on the chrome book rings! I  attached them by punching holes in the top ends and strung bakers twine through to affix around my ribbon. 

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I  first painted my chipboard with chalk paint in off white.  I  then used embossing ink and glitter embossing powder to give them an extra shine. 

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I  wanted to add some dimension to my front page as well as allow more of my acrylic to be seen. Using the Snowflake 4x6 Stencil and modeling paste on the right half of my front cover. 

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Here is a close up of the end result!  I  added patterned paper and embellishments to the left half of the front cover.  

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For each page, I   cut my background page 5.5 x 5.5 inches ensuring each side lines up.  I  matted my photos on white cardstock and added embellishments. 

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Thank you for stopping by the blog today!  Be sure to check back for what Clear Scraps will be debuting at Creativation this year!  Have a great day!

Additional products used:  patterned paper, die cuts, chipboard, enamel dots, washi tape, decorative bows: Simple Stories; cardstock: Bazzill; bakers twine: Whisker Graphics; paint: Plaid; embossing ink: Ranger; embossing powder: Recollections; metal charm: Tim Holtz; mini clothespin: American Crafts; misc: ribbon, chrome book rings. 


Clear Scraps Flashback Faves Round 2!

Hello all!  Laura back with you today for a

double-dip of a few more flashback favorites!

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It's all about the holidays and seasons, starting

with this printers tray for St. Patrick's Day!

Love creating home decor using the Clear Scraps

Printer Tray Frames and this one is one of my faves!

Want to see all the different printer's trays in

the Clear Scraps store?  Find them all HERE.

And if you'd like a little more info on this project,

you'll find it all on THIS POST.

Another fave is this one that is patriotic home

decor project that starts with one of the DIY Pallets.

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This could be displayed for Memorial Day, 4th of July,

anytime you want to show some red, white and blue spirit!

The Clear Scraps Mini Shaker Star, 4x6 Star Stencil and

Winter Sequins add plenty of patriotic sparkle and shine.

If you want to see all the project info, you'll find it HERE.

So many choices, I love making seasonal crafty goodness,

but this card makes the cut for a fave, just because it looks

great but was simple to make with the 4x6 Plaid stencil.

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Who knew a little stencil could have such a big impact?

You can find ALL the fun stencils available HERE

If you'd like the tutorial on this card, look HERE.

I can't end this flashback favorite set of posts without

including my #1 favorite project of the last year.

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I used the Clear Scraps Beach XL Wood Word Frame

and decorated it up with paint, stamps, and bright

fun patterned paper and chipboard embellishments.

Love that it's a fun piece to display during the summer,

and also to remember some great memories!  Want to

check out all the choices available? Find them HERE.

And the blog post with the creative details is HERE.

Thanks for joining me for this flashback of faves!

Stop back soon, amazing new goodies on their way!


Clear Scraps Acrylic 12x12 -- Flashback Faves!

Hey there everyone and Happy New Year!  Laura here today!

Wow, a whole new decade!  A perfect time to reflect on

the past few years, and in the case of Clear Scraps, a

few of my very favorite Acrylic 12x12 LO's created!

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A perfect way to remember my son's graduation.

The word family is one of the XL Script Words from

Clear Scraps which are always fun to work with!

Want more details about this LO?  You can find the

original post HERE.

Next up, some beach and mixed media fun.  Who

doesn't want a little sunshine in January?!

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So fun to create this one!  Used alcohol inks, lots of

layers, and the perfect chipboard embellishments

and acrylic embellishments from Clear Scraps!

More details on the blog HERE if you missed it!

The next Acrylic LO is a fave from October

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Not only are there some super cute chipboard

embellishment bats from Clear Scraps on this LO,

and I created a custom overlay using one of the super

cute Halloween themed stencils from Clear Scraps!

Step out of your comfort zone and try something new

this year!  You can find all the stencils in the store HERE.

And if you'd like the info on how it was created, you

will find the blog post HERE.

Sharing one more with you today,

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This Acrylic LO showcases the fact you can also keep

it super clean and simple, just a few mats and layers,

creates a fun LO to showcase a special picture or memory.

This one has another example of stencils, and yes, you can

use the amazing Clear Scraps shakers too!  This one is the

cute Mini Shaker Shovel, and there are so many more!

Don't be afraid to use them on your scrapbook pages!

Want to see more?  You can find all the shakers HERE.

And you can find the info on this LO on THIS POST.

Thanks so much for stopping by today!

Stop back tomorrow....going to share more faves!


DIY Undated Dry-Erased Calendar

Hello everyone! Today is the last day of the year 2019. Another has gone by and we hope that you all are ready for what the new year will bring...

As I am getting ready for the new year, I made this undated dry-erased calendar with the 6" Calendar Stencil. This is an easy DIY project you can make to use all year long.

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I use 8x8 frame that I got from store for this dry-erased calendar. I cleaned the glass of the frame with alcohol wipe.

I sprayed the back of the Calendar stencil with stencil spray (temporary adhesive spray) and I added it on top of the frame.

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I sprayed the back of the Calendar stencil with stencil spray (temporary adhesive spray) and I added it on top of the frame.

I used Sharpie fine tip permanent maker to trace the stencil on the glass. After that, I let it dry and then removed the stencil.

I cut out a marble pattern scrapbook paper into 8x8 and put it inside the frame and I use dry-erased marker to fill in the dates, months, and notes.

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I hope DIY Undated Dry-Erase Calendar idea will give you an idea to get ready for fun planning in 2020! Check out Clear Scraps Store for more stencils to make your own home decor projects.

Thank you so much for stopping by today. I wish you all a Blessed and Fruitful New Year!