Hi everyone, Rebecca here to show you how to make an adorable embellishment with the G&P Cuckoo Clock.
- G&P Cuckoo Clock
- G&P 3D Enamel Gels
- G&P Glastique Gloss
- Kaisercraft Fine & Sunny Paper
- Kaisercraft Fine & Sunny Layered Chipboard
- Acrylic Craft Paint
Distress to Impress
I needed to color the rest of the pieces in order to build my clock, so I turned to the G&P 3D Enamel Gel colors Cobalt Turquoise, Leafy Green, and Napthol Red. I colored a few pieces with acrylic paint as well. After coloring the pieces, they needed to dry so I left them to set up. During that time, I kept busy by planning and beginning the rest of my layout.
When the pieces were all dry, it was time to assemble the clock. This is easily done by using G&P Glastique Gloss as an adhesive!
Now that my adorable cuckoo clock was done, I finished scrapping my layout. I think having such a bold, beautiful embellishment truly makes this page about me and my scrappy Bestie sing!
Can't get enough G&P goodness? I don't blame you one bit! Head over to my blog Distress to Impress to see how I used the G&P Keys to make a border for heritage and vintage pages.
Such a wonderful piece. It is so cute and those colors are perfect! It makes an adorable embellishment for your scrapbook page.
AWE, we look so cute and warm! And here I thought you were gonna use that on a layout telling the world how cuckoo we are.....ROFL. LOVE IT! Especially since we saw that cool solar 'rainbow' right after this. Those gels are pretty cool too. I really like the finish they have.
Too, too cute. I love the clock. When I first saw the pictures of the step by step, I thought it was really big. I love it.
FAbulous project. Thanks for visiting and leaving the sweet luv.
I love how you show that you can use scrapbooking supplies with Piccolo products. That clock is just darling.
I also love to scrapbook my family history. I just bought some more scrapbooking supplies with the family history theme. Just hope I get time to scrapbook soon.
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