Scrap Crafting with Plastic


Here is a simple project that I’ve been doing for quite some time.  


All you need is a picture or words on paper,  scissors, clear tape, water, and a piece of hard plastic.  I usually save blister packs from toys or gadgets and cut it up for this project.

Put the tape over the words or picture.

Then you remove the paper by rubbing your wet finger over it.  The words or the picture will remain.

Then I cut out a shape from the blister pack and stuck the clear tape with the words on it.  

I punched a hole on it. 

I have a whole set to choose from.

This one is a picture.


I also have a lot of trinkets that I can dismantle and use for this project.

I tried making an earring.

This is a key chain.

But I really use this for making embellishments for my scrapbook.  The “eyes” of Mona Lisa are taped on to hard plastic.  You can also make embellishments for all sorts of other things as well- your planner, picture frames, boxes, notebooks, and anything else you can think of! Show us your pictures on Instagram and tag us if you use this project, and you may win a prize! 

Papemelroti’s owner and artist Patricia Paterno has been married for 19 years to a man with a good heart. They have one son who is as funny as his dad. She has been working in the family business since she was 11. When she gets home from work, she stays in her craft room and makes collages, scrapbook layouts, ATCs, and thinks of ways to re-use things normal people would throw away. Visit her arts and crafts blog.

She wants to be passionate about God’s passions so she also made a blog, Hebrews 13:3, about their service in the QC Jail.

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