Gamer | Jaclyn Rench March 25, 2017 07:00
This alpha is a necessity in your cut file arsenal, as it is super versatile and can be used in a variety of ways. One option, is to use the inside or 'negative cuts' of the letters for a thinner, less chunky font title, or you can go for something much more delicate by simply using just the outline of each letter.
I settled on a mix of the two aforementioned styles for my page, and even took it a step further by overlapping my letters and welding it all together into one title piece. As you'll note, I altered the size and placement of my letters to add more interest. Once each letter was in place, I used the eraser tool to eliminate the intersecting lines between each letter, before welding. This step took a little bit of time and some trial and error, but I think the results are definitely worth it!
Mixing up the patterns and colors that back each letter, reinforce the masculine edge to the page.
My title makes such a statement, that I was able to pull together the rest of my page by simply adding some layers, journaling and a trio of embellishment clusters. I love when a page comes together with such ease! Awesome cut files seem to be the constant factor in that equation for me!
Let us know what Just Nick alpha files are your favorites and/or what type of font designs you like to see in an upcoming release!
Happy crafty weekend, friends!
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