Hola friends! Have you been rummaging your "save-it-for-a-rainy-day " stash for something clear to use? Let's see what design team members Kirsty Vittetoe and Yvonne Yam did with LESSology Challenge #20 Barely there.
Hello all, Kirsty here, today's project, I am using
that plastic backing from the clear stamp
and then die cut 2 pieces of patterned paper, one for the front and one for the back, and also a thin chipboard backing that comes with the paper you ordered online from the scrapbook store.
and use a small die cut to make little "windows" for all three
I used double-sided tape to glue the clear plastic on the chipboard backing sheet, and then glue the patterned paper one for the front and one for the back
there you got a "see through" window for the first page of my mini album
I make another page with the same method, this time, I stamped on the clear plastic
now I am sending this album to my aunt who came to visit me last year, it is a collection of the photos we took at Grand Canyon.
Come play with us.
Hello there! It's Yvonne here to share my creative project for LESSology Challenge #20: Barely there.
I had this really old glass clock...it stopped working and it seemed such a pity to just throw it away. So I made it into a display piece with a photo of my nephews.
Got some ideas about using something clear on your projects? Come play along with LESSology Challenge #20: Barely there, we would love to see your entries! :)