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YOLO | Monique Liedtke July 17, 2019 07:00
Hello JustNick fans, welcome to the blog! For today's blog post I've created a summer layout using the new "Sunshade Background" cut file and the "Smile" file. I love all the cut files in the JustNick store and always find it hard to choose which ones to use for my next project.
A couple of years ago (was it really already 5 years ago?!) the ice bucket challenge was all the rage and of course my kids had to join in. I didn't mind the wet clothes as I got some fun photos out of it! Here's the layout I created:
I've used the "Oh Summertime" collection from Pebbles which is just perfect for all summer photos and those sweet little boys die-cuts were just what I needed for my layout.
These are the cut files I used:
I started by cutting the Sunshade Background cut file from a sheet of yellow cardstock, measuring a little larger than 11"x 11". This yellow background sun I matted on the Pebbles "Oh Summertime" sheet (the sheet with the text). Behind this came first a sheet of white cardstock and then another sheet of patterned paper: the Pebbles Fresh Picked" sheet (red checkered). For some added texture I machine stitched all the sun rays.
I printed three small photos and adhered two in the bottom left corner and one in the top right corner. The rainbow colored landing strip from one of the sheets of patterned paper I used to fill in the sun rays.
The word "Love", which I cut from the "Smile" cut file, I sprayed with a "citron" color shine spray ink and adhered it partly over the bottom of the top photo:
I added a few die-cuts, stickers and enamel dots:
Last but not least I wrote the journaling in the sun beans and stamped the date and I was done!
Thank you so much for stopping by to take a peek at my project. Don't forget to visit the JustNick store. There are so many fun cut files you can use for your vacation photos!
Wishing you happy scrapping!
Making Waves / Sarah Bargo July 16, 2019 07:00
Hey there paper peeps! Sarah here today sharing a fun little layout with you! I wanted to show you something fun you can do with the Waves Border 2 cut file!
Curly Q waves are one of my favorite shapes, I just love them! So when I saw these in the shop you can bet I was super excited to play with them!
My favorite thing to do with cut files is using watercolor paints on them, and I wanted these to be kinda dreamy and pretty so I used 2 different pinks and a pretty periwinkle color...
Then to give the layout a rather eclectic feel, I cut one strip of the waves out of a map patterned paper, just to switch things up a bit.. just have fun, no over thinking! :)
I adored working with these waves so I hope you'll give them a whirl!
Thank you so much for stopping by today! Have a lovely & creative day! xoxo
Right now | Anna Blades July 15, 2019 07:00
Hi crafty friends!
Anna here with you today! Sometimes you don't need that much to create a pretty layout. Sometimes it's ok to keep it simple, to just enjoy the process and to not overthink it. Cut files can help you a lot, especially when they're are as inspiring as Nicole's cut files.
When I saw this one, I knew I wanted it to be the focal point of my page. Just two words, but the different fonts make it so fresh and fun.
I wanted it to really stand out, so I painted the background with black chalk paint, using a dry brush. You can see the paper texture... it's a very cool effect!
Some mustard yellow notes and a few black splats gives an informal look to the page. I usually don't add journaling to my layouts, but this time I did it. And if you're wondering, I wrote it in catalan ;)
Thank you so much for joining me today, see you soon!!
Softball Mom | Kelly Barron July 5, 2019 07:00
Hello friends! My name is Kelly and I am so excited to be joining the Just Nick design team. I'd love to tell you a little bit about me. I am married to my best friend and we will celebrate 21 years this month. My son is home after his first year in college, and my daughter is a rising senior in high school. She plays travel softball and I stay busy being her chauffeur and bank! I have been scrapping almost 20 years and my favorite photos to document are every day moments.
For this layout I used the Love Links cut file. Hearts are some of my favorite images to work with because I find them so versatile.
I lightly traced around the edges of the hearts and then fussy cut patterned papers. It would have been easier for me to have offset the inside of the hearts and then cut them out with my silhouette, but I like to see how the papers look together before I commit to their place.
Hand stitching cut files is also a favorite technique that I use frequently. Yes it does take time but I find the process therapeutic and I love to watch it come together.
I hope that this layout inspires you to create! Thanks so much for stopping by today and I hope that you have a wonderful day!
Follow your dreams | Anna Blades July 3, 2019 07:00
I'm so excited to be sharing with you today my very first project as part of the Justnick Design Team for 2019-2020!
My name is Anna and I live in Sabadell (a city near Barcelona) with my husband and my two daughters: Clàudia (6) and Abril (3). You'll see them on almost 99% of my projects ;)
When Nicole asked me to join the team I was beyond happy, because her designs are so inspiring and the rest of the girls of the team are so very talented!
For today I made an "about me" page, so let's talk a little bit about me. I'm 38 years old and I've always been a crafty girl. I discovered scrapbooking 5 years ago and it became an important part of my life. I need to create and I'm always thinking about new projects. My style is CAS, I love soft colors (especially pink, white and gold) and layouts are my favorite type of project.
For this page I used these cut files:
As well as the "Emerson Lane" collection by Heidi Swapp.
As you can see, I cut it twice, backed the first one and then raised the second one on top with foam pads, to create lots of dimension.
I painted the flowers with Nuvo embellishment mousse using it as a watercolor.
Thank you so much for joining me today! Hope you like this layout and it gives to you some inspiration!!
See you soon!!
Selfie Captured | Majken Pullin - Using a Cut File Stencil July 2, 2019 07:00
Hello, hello JustNick fans,,,welcome to July! Majken here with you today, and I'm so very excited to share that I'm on the JustNick design team a 2nd term. For the first part of July, we are sharing layouts about us (you can see my layout from last year here). One of my favorite things to do (besides scrapbooking & papercrafting of course!) is watch baseball. I live in Houston, so I'm all about the Houston Astros. Sometimes, I even turn my old iPhone into a mini television and watch them while I craft (in my selfie in today's layout you can see an Astros game on my iPhone in the background). :) You gotta love technology when it makes things easier, right?
Here is my layout:
To create my background, I first cut out the Hexagon Background cut file using Silhouette stencil material. It has temporary adhesive on the background which keeps it in place for doing mixed media. You can use most any cut file this way, but it's especially nice for backgrounds.
I used Distress Oxide Inks (Ripe Persimmon, Peacock Feathers, Twisted Citron, Festive Berries, & Seedless Preserves) and sponges, but you could use any medium to create a stencil background.
I wasn't sure at this part of my project where my photo was going to go, so I covered the full area around the Hexagon Background stencil. It is very satisfying to gently pull the stencil up once you're done with your background! I spritzed water droplets over my background to get the fun effect from these inks.
My layout was still coming together when I created the background. I knew I wanted to use colors to match the Pink Paislee/Paige Taylor Evans collection Horizon, but that was about it. I trimmed my background to about 10x10 when I realized I wanted to use the rainbow rays paper behind it. I trimmed the octagon from the center of that paper first to use behind my photo somehow.
I distressed the edges of the stencil background and sewed along the edges for some additional texture.
I also cut the words from Capture This three times each from textured cardstock and glued them together to create dimension for my title.
I tucked ephemera and stickers around the photo area, including a journaling tag.
And I sprinkled clear enamel dots around the layout to emphasize and contrast against the water droplets in the Distress Oxide ink.
Here are the cut files I used:
Thank you so much for joining me today. I hope this tutorial has inspired you to use your cut files to create fun mixed media backgrounds. Don't forget to share your creations with us on social media!
Have a super July!
Nana | Marcia Dehn-Nix June 28, 2019 07:00 1 Comment
Hello JustNick Studio friends!
Marcia here today. I was dog sitting for my daughter last week and she asked me to try to take some cute photos of her rescue dog Nana. This little old lady is a spitfire,so much personality in that teeny body! This photo was one of my favorites and I couldn't wait to scrap it.
I started off with a Mixed Media background page from Vicki Boutin because I loved how the yellow matched Nana's flower collar, the coral pink matched her tongue, and the peach matched her coloring. I wanted to keep those same colors as I added my embellishments and title. I cut the Mirrored Florals design from white cardstock thinking it would be a nice frame for my photo, but it covered up too much of the background. I used it instead for interest at the top and bottom of my layout. The Stencil Alphabet cut file was used for my title and each letter was cut from a variety of pattern papers, mostly from my older 6x6 paper pads.
I used those same pattern papers plus a few more to cut a bunch of butterflies using the new Butterfly cut file. I layered a solid butterfly underneath each intricate cut butterfly and stitched the layers together using my sewing machine. This gave my butterfly antennae and trailing strands to give my butterflies motion.
I just love how this layout turned out!
Here are the cut files I used today ...
Thanks so much for stopping by. Have a great weekend!
Happiness | Rachel Lowe June 25, 2019 07:00
Well today I have my last DT share as part of the Justnick team. I have had a wonderful two years creating for Justnick and have LOVED using the stunning cut files.
I have used one of the new releases, the fab Butterfly Circle.
I have used Horizon collection by Paige Evans. I sized the Butterfly Circle to just under 12x12 inches. I then chose three colours to back the individual butterflies in the circle. I used the release compound pathway function and then dragged out the pieces I needed to cut, with this method you can back the smallest of pieces with precision or use many different papers to back your cut files.
I added machine stitching to the centre of each butterfly and finished off with a enamel butterfly (from the Horizon collection). I also added a row of machine stitching around the circle to add more texture.
I added my photo with foam tape, I used a die cut frame from the collection knowing I wanted to tuck embellishments under it. I then set about creating embellishment clusters around my photo.
I created two floral clusters to each side of my photo/frame. I created sub titles by adding sentiments on the floral clusters.
I added some small flower die cuts to a larger sized heart and added to the bottom of my photo/frame with foam tape. As you can see this layout has lots of height and dimension.
I added my large title bending it slightly to follow my circle.
I have had a wonderful creative time on the justnick DT and know that I will continue to use the fab cut files on my layouts. Thank you so much for your support and I hope that I inspired you in some way over the last two years.
Cool | Monique Liedtke June 20, 2019 07:00
Hi everyone, welcome to the blog! It's Monique here today sharing a layout where I used the beautiful Blossoms cut file from the JustNick Store and the Rainbow Roux collection from Jillibean Soup. Here's what I made:
And this is the Blossoms cut file I used:
For my background I decided to use some of the Color Burst powders I had just bought. The powders come in little bottles and you need to sprinkle only a very small amount of powder on your paper and then add lots of water and then you get this result. Fun right?!
Next I placed the Blossoms cut file on top and colored the inside of the blossoms using a little watercolor paint.
I used a square photo of my 3 kids and placed this on top of the cut file. With a cluster of embellishments on the right side and some in the left top corner my page was nearly done.
With a few text stickers and die-cuts and a strip of patterned paper on the right side of my layout I was more or less done. It did, however, need some inevitable machine stitching.
This is it! Hope you like it!
Fun Selfie Moment | Majken Pullin June 19, 2019 07:00
Hello crafters! Majken here with you today sharing a layout using a fun background cut file along with 3 others to create a title. I'm not the best person at taking selfies, but my kiddos were with me on the floor about eight years ago, and we were playing when the opportunity arose. I captured their personalities and treasure these photos. <3
I took the rainbow striped patterned paper from the Vicki Boutin Kaleidoscope collection to cut the Heart Strings Background. I LOVE how the strings look like colorful rainbow waves!
I cut the Heart Strings Background at approximately 11" so I could frame it with white textured cardstock and one of the other patterned papers from Kaleidoscope. I ended up sewing around the background for some additional texture.
I wanted my two 2x3 photos on the right to avoid covering as many of those cute hearts as possible! And I knew my title would go on the left. I started browsing the JustNick store for various words to see what would work well.
I cut the title using the same patterned paper I used to frame the layout because purple is happy. :) And I raised the title with 3D Foam Squares for more dimension.
What's really great about digital cut files is you can size them to match your project! #winning
I added the embellishments of stickers and Thickers last among the heart strings background cut file. All the Hearts!
And then journaling below one photo between two heart strings!
I hope my colorful project inspires you to use cut files with patterned paper in fun ways (like this rainbow!) as well as combine many words to create a fun, mixed-font title.
Have a super, colorful week!
Myrtle Beach | Marcia Dehn-Nix June 10, 2019 07:00 1 Comment
Hello JustNick Studios friends!
Marcia here today. I was inspired by some of Nicole's newest cut files to scrap some summer beach photos. While vacationing in Myrtle Beach, I loved getting up before the sun and walking along the beach looking for shells and watching the sunrise.
I love the new Beach Sand Surf title cut files. I backed the Beach one to have some beach sand on the bottom half by adding some torn kraft cardstock.
It was fun to embellish my title with stickers.
The Sunshade Background is a great way to add warmth to your summer layouts with those big sun rays. I did some machine stitching on the rays to add some texture.
Here are the digital cut files I used today ...
Thanks so much for stopping by today! Have a great week.
Happy Beautiful Smile | Majken Pullin June 5, 2019 07:00
Hello everyone and happy June! Majken here with you today sharing a layout using a couple of the newer cut files in the store. I live in the Houston area, and we don't get a lengthy spring - it tends to jump from winter, to a couple of weeks of spring, then right into summer! But with these new Blossom files, I feel I can extend spring in a different way.
I first cut out the Blossom Background in white textured cardstock and then tested it over different backgrounds before settling on the blue watercolor paper - it's gorgeous!
But I wanted some contrast between the cut file and the background, so I chose one of the colorful papers to cut the outline of the background cutfile by opening the .svg file, releasing the compound path, and ungrouping the background from the cut file. Then I chose to "Cut Edge" on the file.
I layered this cut underneath the white background cut file then put over the blue watercolor paper.
I then cut five blossoms out separately and layered over the cut file to create more dimension.
Here are some close ups!
I added a title from the ephemera, some buttons for the center of some flowers, and stickers.
THIS DARLING | Nathalie DeSousa May 27, 2019 07:00
Nathalie with you today with a new layout that is probably one of my favorite thus far. I love cut files, and the latest designs that Nicole has been adding to the JustNick Studio shop are just beautiful, I had to use a few of them to create this page:
This page is probably the best way to describe me, "Black & White with a hint of rainbow", and i love it. To start, I pulled the new Blossoms cut file, and cut it twice from white cardstock.
while the Silhouette cameo worked on cutting the designs, i added a bit of black paint to the background, marking the area where the cut outs will sit. I set this aside to dry, and went back to working on the cut out.
I used the Basic Blossoms cut file to cut the flower shapes that back the cut out. I set the machine to cut all the flowers from a paper of the Color Fresh collection from Heidi Swapp, and also vellum. At the same time, i set the machine to cut the new Butterfly cut file to create three butterflies for my design.
The flowers of the cut out were backed with the patterned paper flowers and vellum -for some of them-, but only the center of the flowers were glued together. The two cut outs were then glued to the background. I used some of the extra cut out flowers and vellum to add some dimension to the page by adding a glue dot in between them.
All that was left to do was add the picture of my baby and some embellishments to frame the picture and bring your eye through the layout. Of course i added some extra splatters before calling it done.
I hope this inspires you to check the new JustNick Studio cut files. There are so many new designs available that for sure will help you create that special project. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact me!
Dad | Marcia Dehn-Nix May 24, 2019 07:00
Hello JustNick Studios friends!
Marcia here today. Having just celebrated Mother's Day, I've been thinking about the Father's Day coming up. I am fortunate that my husband was good Father for his children. I have a layout to share today that is a play on words and a tribute to him. I used the Outline Alphas digital cut file to create 3 words; Wonderful, Amazing, and Incredible. I filled the negative space with pattern papers emphasizing one letter in each word to spell DAD.
Anyone can be a father, but it takes someone special to be a dad. Dad's are Wonderful, Amazing, and Incredible!
Here is the digital cut file I used today...
Thank you so much for stopping by. Enjoy your weekend!
Love | Majken Pullin May 21, 2019 07:00
Hello lovelies! Majken here with you today sharing a layout for our "Words" theme this back part of May. I'm using a large "love" for my title because May is my anniversary month with my husband. We've been married 19 years this month! <3
I was inspired by the Pink Paislee Auburn Lane collection colors, and I felt that the "love" title would pop using black cardstock and the black would emphasize the soft colors in the collection. I pulled this "love" from the Lots of Love 1 cut file.
The Henna Heart cut file looks gorgeous in black, too.
After I backed the flowers of the heart with the same paper, I sprinkled in some Dimensional Paper flower embellishments.
I cut a frame from the patterned vellum to give the layout that frame for balance, and I sprinkled a few sequins to keep the layout simple.
Definitely consider using black for your large word titles to help your titles stand out!
Cut files used today:
So glad you could join me today on the blog!
March | Monique Liedtke May 16, 2019 07:00
Hi everyone! I'm so happy to be here again, sharing another layout created with a couple of JustNick's fabulous cut files. For today's layout I used one of the brand new cut files: "Sunflower" and because this week's theme at JustNick is "words" I also chose a word from the "Months Script" cut file. I just had a few of my recent spring photos printed and the new sunflower cut file came in so handy! Here's what I made:
I decided to use an older scrapbook collection from my huge stash and cut the sunflower from one of the multicolored sheets of the Fancy Free collection from Pink Paislee/Paige Evans and love how it looks! Because the cut sunflower is so colorful, the layout doesn't need a lot of embellishing.
This is the "Sunflower" cut file I used:
Next I selected the word "March" from the "Months Script" cut file and before cutting it I outlined it. I cut the word "March" from a piece of yellow cardstock (Doodlebug) and its outline from a piece of white cardstock (AC). I adhered the yellow word on top of the white outline and voilà, my title!
This is the "Months Script" cut file the word "March" came from:
Before adhering the sunflower and the photos on the white cardstock background I colored the cardstock behind the sunflower yellow using a blender brush and a yellow ink pad and added a few drops of color mist.
This is it! A quick and easy layout! Hope you like it!
Thank you so much for stopping by the blog today. Don't forget to visit the JustNick store to check out the new May cut files or any other cut file!
ALL OF ME LOVES ALL OF YOU | MONIQUE LIEDTKE May 8, 2019 07:00
Hi everyone! It's Monique here sharing another of my layouts created for JustNick. For today's layout I used one of the brand new cut files: "Build A Flower 9" and an older one "All Of Me" and a photo of my daughter standing in a field full of tulips, taken last month.
We live in The Netherlands and we are so blessed to have flowers everywhere. These tulips grew around the corner of our house. Don't you just love tulips? They make me so happy! Because of all the flowers in the photo I thought this new cut file was just perfect for my page!
I looked in the JustNick store for a fitting title and found the "All Of Me" cut file. I loved it straight away!
For my layout I used a 6" x 6" paper pad from the Pink Paislee collection "Turn The Page" and some brads and that was all! Here are a few close-ups:
To build the flowers I used some good old fashioned brads. I can't remember when I last used those! It felt real good to use them again.
Before adhering the flowers and the photo on the white cardstock background I colored it a little bit pink using a blender brush and a pink ink pad and added a few drops of glimmer mist.
Gather Beauty | Majken Pullin May 6, 2019 07:00
Hello, hello JustNick papercrafters! Majken here with you today to a layout with you with some florals. This time, I've used felt as the backing for my cut files rather than paper. I matched felt colors with the lovely Carta Bella Flower Market collection.
I started with a 5x7 black and white photo - me with my now 17-year-old daugher (yikes!!) and my bestie with her daughter. I used the new Spiral Flower Bundle to cut several flowers and leaves. When I saw this cut file, I knew I had to use it!
You can back cut files with felt very similar to how you do with paper. Some tips in using felt:
- Use scissors that are only used with fabric for easy cutting
- Use fast-drying liquid glue to adhere the felt to cardstock
- I sewed on my cutfiles after adhering the felt, but if you sew before, then you won't get any bunching on the felt
Here are some close-ups.
I encourage you to mix in fabric or other fun materials when using your cut files...and don't forget to share them with us!
Thanks for joining us here today...enjoy your week!
Good Life | Rachel Lowe May 2, 2019 07:00
Hi all Rachel here and today I have a layout that is all about colour! I love butterflies and use them in one way or another time and time again. I have used the Butterly Background 2 cut file.
I have used the new Simple Stories collection Vintage Botanicals.
Have you ever looked at a 'busy' or multi coloured paper and thought how do I use that? I used a very busy paper (SS Scatter Kindness 10476) to cut the Butterfly Background 2, as some of the butterflies are not solid and there are varied size butterflies it allows you to use such a paper, and look at the beautiful effect! I added some machine stitching down the centre of some of the butterflies. I chose a white background to provide a stark contrast.
I added my photo (back and white to add more contrast against the butterfly background) by matting it on a bright green paper mat and using foam tape so it 'popped' off my layout. Framing it was a must so your eye was also drawn to my photo and not just the gorgeous colourful butterflies.
I added flower die cuts to each side of my photo, tucking them under the photo mat. I added some more machine stitching to the leaves of the flower die cuts to add definition. I added some pretty little die cut birds with foam tape to create a 3D effect and more importantly so they did not get lost against the butterfly background. I added a small sticker as my title, Good Life, again as my background was so busy and colourful it was about keeping it simple and clean.
Don't be afraid to use busy or colourful papers, they can add a real wow factor to larger cut files, this was out of my comfort zone as I tend to use softer colours and small patterns but I love it.
Thank you for stopping by today and I will see you again later in the month. Happy creating!
Paris Street Views | Marcia Dehn-Nix May 1, 2019 07:00
Hello JustNick Studio friends!
Marcia here today. After the fire of Notre Dame cathedral in Paris, I had to look over my photos again from my trip there this past October. I felt inspired to scrap one of my favorite photos of Notre Dame along with other street pics I took as we wandered around. One of my favorite ways to include multiple photos on a layout is by using a filmstrip. In this case I cut the Windowpane Background cut file apart and sized the openings so I could fit a 1.5" x 2" photo in the opening. You can make a collage of small photos and get 6 photos on a 4" x 6" print. Here I have used 5 photos on my layout and it doesn't look busy at all!
I love this Script Font that I used for part of my title "Paris". I combined it with alpha stickers for interest.
I also love the tags in the Around the World cut file, but I've use them a lot in the past when scrapping my vacation layouts. By replacing the text in the tag with a sentiment from the Circle Sentiment cut file, I achieved a whole new look! Here is how I did it. Right click on your image and select Release Compound Path. Drag unwanted shapes/text away. Group what you want together by selecting all parts within a rectangle and then right click again and chose the Make Compound Path option. Do this with both cut files and then combine the tag with the new text, resizing the text as desired. Think about all the ways you could stretch your cut files to do double duty!! This awesome tag made a very nice frame for my photo.
I backed the negative space on my tag pulling other colors in like the yellow and the red. They are a nice contrast to the blue tag.
I think it would be fun to carry my filmstrip theme over into a two page layout. What do you think?
Here are the digital cut files I used today...
Thank you so much for stopping by today! Enjoy the rest of your week.
Hugs and Kisses | Majken Pullin April 25, 2019 07:00 1 Comment
Hello JustNick creators! Majken here with you today, and we are celebrating spring with flowers. Today I'm using some new floral cut files in the JustNick store (along with a couple of others). The new Build a Flower cut files help you easily create layered flowers - super easy with a 6x6 paper pad. I'm using the Daffodil Days Card kit from Scrapbook & Cards Today Magazine for this layout (which includes Echo Park Paper's Spring Fling 6x6 paper pad), and it sure is springy!
The first thing I cut out for this layout was several flowers in different patterns. I arranged all three originally in the top right corner with the photos in the bottom left. But I decided to cut a corner from a 12x12 sheet of the patterned paper and anchor the photos over it. I still felt another layer was needed so I cut the Screen Background from the green cardstock from the kit.
And then I finished the layout with a title - Hugs & Kisses.
I hope you are enjoying your spring so far. Don't forget to share your floral layouts with us!
Thank you for joining me on the blog today!
HEY AMAZING YOU | Nathalie DeSousa April 22, 2019 07:00
Nathalie with you today bringing you a new project that fits this week's theme, Flowers. There are so many new beautiful cut files available in the JustNick Studio shop, so, I picked a few of them to create this fresh flowery page.
I started this page by adding a bit of mixed media to the background using acrylic white paint and Distress inks. While the background dried, i cut from white cardstock the Henna Heart cut file as well as a few stems using the Stems 2 cut file.
Once the background dried, the heart cut out was glued to the page. I pulled Pinkfresh Studio's Joyful Day collection to create the flowers using the Build a Flower 3, Build a Flower 4, Build a Flower 6, and Build a Flower 7 cut files.
I ruffled the edges of the flowers using a bone folder and then build them together. I replace the flowers in the heart cut out with these flowers, and added the stems behind them so that they create clusters around the page.
A few embellishments from the Joyful Day collection complete the clusters and title in the page. A few lines of journal and gold ink droplets are the final touches added.
I hope this has inspired you to mix a few of the JustNick Studio designs in your next project. Nicole has added lots of beautiful designs to the store lately, it is hard to just choose one.
Remember you can always contact me if you have questions on how this came together.
Bloom | Marcia Dehn-Nix April 15, 2019 07:00
Hello JustNick Studio friends!
Marcia here today. I have a fun Spring mixed media layout to share with you. I am in dire need of warmer weather. We got snow dumped on us again a few days ago... it still hasn't melted either. So I decided to create my own sunshine in my scrapbook room on this layout.
I had a lot of fun creating a rainbow mixed media background to coordinate with the papers I used to back the flowers in the beautiful Spring Floral Cluster 3 digital cut file. Isn't this floral cluster amazing!
For my title, I used the new Bloom digital cut file. It was perfect to coordinate with my Spring floral cluster.
There is just something about a mixed media background that makes a cut file pop! Here are the digital cut files I used today...
I hope you are enjoying some warm Spring weather. Thanks for stopping by. Enjoy your week!
SPRING | Nathalie DeSousa April 11, 2019 07:00
Nathalie with you today, and it has been a long and cold winter here in Canada,and Spring is slowly showing up. So, instead of waiting around for Spring to finally catch up, i decided to pull a few memories from last year's season to create this page using a few of the beautiful JustNick Studio cut files.
I wanted something really light and airy for this layout, so i started with the Type It Alpha cut file to create the large vertical title. I welded the letters together, and cut them out of white cardstock.
To back the title, i chose to use the negative part of the cut out, and vellum for every other letter. A bit of foam adhesive helps to create the dimension on the letters, and make them stand out.
Once the background was set on the background, i laid the picture in place,and used the new Rolled Flower 1, Rolled Flower 2, and Rolled Flower 3 cut files and papers from the new Scrapbook and Cards Today Magazine Spring Fling kit to create the flowers for this page.
I used a ball tool to curl the edges of the flowers a bit, and then used a pencil to help me start the rolling process for this flowers, and then took out the pencil and continue rolling them together. A bit of hot glue at the center of the flower holds the rolled flower together. I added a matching enamel dot to the center of the flower to hide the hot glue.
I glued the flowers around the picture and title of this page, but added a few leaves made from the Stems cut file from white cardstock. A few extra embellishments -all from the SCT Spring Fling kit- complete this page.
I hope this inspires you to jumpstart your Spring documenting. There are so many new cut files in the JustNick Studio shop that will help you bring a bit of Spring to your projects.
Sweet | Majken Pullin - Cutting Mixed Media (Tip) April 8, 2019 07:00 2 Comments
Hello JustNick cut file fans! Majken here with you today, and we are celebrating the theme of "spring". I think most of us can agree that when we think of spring, we think of flowers blooming. Today's project of mine uses the Doodle Floral Circle Background cut file, and it's just lovely and spring-y!
I created a mixed media sheet to cut the cut file from, using Distress and Distress Oxide Inks as water colors to match the Pink Paislee Take Me Away collection.
Isn't it fun to create mixed media? I love it! And t's always interesting to finish the mixed media part and work with wobbly paper! Well, there are two ways I know to help cardstock layered with mixed media to lay flat. The first is to use Gesso before you start. Layer Gesso on with a paint brush and let dry. Proceed with your mixed media.
The second way, and what I learned from my friend Heather Leopard, is to run your cardstock through a Heidi Swapp Minc machine after it's dry. This works nicely if you don't have Gesso or want to skip that part.
Once my cardstock was dry and flat, I ran it through my Silhouette Cameo to cut the Doodle Floral Circle Background, similar to how I created this layout.
I love the mixture of outline cuts and solid cuts in this beautiful cut file! I opted to leave the outline cuts alone for the most part, but I added some Sugar Glitter Paste to the tops of the solid flowers and used it as glue to sprinkle sequins and beads on top! Take a closer look:
I love the subtle colors layered on top of white cardstock backed by ombre paper. The paste, sequins, and beads add another layer to help showcase sweet photos of my daughter and our first "baby" Tigger (who we miss terribly).
Here's a close look at the cut file:
Visit the JustNick shop today - Nicole has a whole field (see what I did there?) of floral and spring cut files you can use to create your projects and celebrate spring with us.
Thanks for joining us today...happy spring!
In My Easter Bonnet | Marcia Dehn-Nix April 5, 2019 07:00
Hello JustNick Studio friends!
Marcia here today with some Easter inspiration using some of the new Spring digital cut files available in the store. I love using flower cut files especially on my girly layouts. This one features one of my daughters in her Easter bonnet.
You can never go wrong with a circle design. I applied some gesso and spray mist to my pattern paper to help set off the flowers and Leaf Wreath. To add dimension to the Build A Flower 1 florals, I inked the edges and then bent the petals upwards before assembing them.
I am in love with these airy Spring Florals. Here too I inked the edges as well as the middle of the flowers. Then I added a contrasting button in the middle. So pretty!
Here are the cut files I used today ...
Thanks so much for stopping by. Enjoy your weekend!
You Make My Heart Happy | Rachel Lowe April 4, 2019 07:00
Hey justnick friends, Rachel here. Today I have a sweet layout of my puppy and yes indeed makes my heart happy!
I have used Pebbles Inc Love Me collection.
I have used this gorgeous Spring Floral Cluster. I cut it in white card and at approximately at 11 inches wide as I wanted it to be my feature.
So I could use different papers/patterns in my flowers, I used the release compound pathway and dragged out the petals and then cut. This is a simple technique that saves a lot of time and paper.
I ensure when I glued down my petals I did not glue the centre stems so I could bend them up to create a 3D effect. I then added smaller die cut flowers to the centres.
I then added some super cute diets from the collection adding them around my floral cluster, adding all with foam tape to continue with the 3D effect. How cute are these sloths!
I added my photo with foam tape as I chose not to mat it, I tucked a die cut heart and tiny flower under my photo. I added machine stitching to my heart and also my title, I love the texture and interest it adds.
To finish off my title I added die cuts under and slightly over it, to frame it and draw your eye to it.
And there you have it one super cute layout featuring this stunning spring floral cluster cut file!
Thank you so much for stopping by today and see you again soon.
Love - Leslie Berner March 29, 2019 07:00
You are | Niki Rowland March 27, 2019 07:00
Hello Today | Monique Liedtke March 26, 2019 07:00
I love to use background cut files and this beautiful daisy background cut file is one my new favorites! I cut it from a smooth white AC cardstock and backed a few of the flowers with some patterned paper. I love to leave a few of the flowers "open" and a few of them with patterned paper behind them.
Here's the layout I created:
and this is the "Daisy Background" cut file I used:
Here are a few close-ups: except for adhering patterned paper behind some of the flowers I also added either a tiny sticker or an enamel dot to the hearts of the flowers.
I used a photo of "my boys" and I from last year's summer vacation. I really how this turned out and hope you like it too!
Thank you so much for stopping by! Wishing you happy crafting!
Some People - Bold Title | Majken Pullin March 22, 2019 07:00
Hello JustNick friends! Majken here with you on the blog today with another layout about friends, which I scrapbooked about earlier this month. I think one of the least scrapped themes for me (other than about myself) is about my friendships, so I wanted to make sure I am capturing these awesome people in my life when I get the chance.
Let's take a closer peek!
I started by cutting the Some People cut file out using my Cameo from patterned paper (Dear Lizzy New Day collection) - I decided to go almost the full 12" length. I aligned it toward the left of my layout, and to give it some additional contrast I trimmed a strip of the striped paper. matted the white cardstock with another patterned paper, and dripped some mists and inks lightly on the white cardstock.
For more texture, I sewed under some of the words in the phrase to emphasize them.
I had two photos to share, so I layered them with the Fall Floral cut files and more patterned paper.
I finished off the photo area with stickers, ephemera, and some journaling.
It's fun to go bold with a title both in size and color! I hope you get some crafty time this weekend so you can head to the JustNick store to get some new cut files you can use to create your own bold title.
Have a great day!
Vroom | Marcia Dehn-Nix March 21, 2019 07:00
Hello JustNick Studio friends!
Marcia here today. I am hoping it warms up enough here in Minnesota where the kids can be outside again riding their bikes. In the mean time, my Spring fever has me scrapping a photo of my nephew from last Spring. I thought the Tread Background was perfect for this bike riding photo.
To get the tire treads to stand out, I backed the black tire tread design with a grey cardstock. I placed a red patterned paper circle between the layers before gluing them together. I didn't want to cover up too much of that tread design. Then my photo and embellishments went over that circle. I may have gotten a little carried away with the embellishing, lol.
I repeated the circle, adding a few more smaller circles in the opposite corner. Again, I went crazy embellishing the tops of these circles.
For my title, I warped the Vroom from the Planes Trains & Autmobiles cut file. I wanted the word to be larger starting out and get smaller. I thought it would help show movement. Here is how you can warp an object in Silhouette Studio.
Right click on the cut file and select Ungroup. Move the items you are not using off the grid. Select the object to warp and click on the warp icon (last icon on the right). Select a corner edit point and drag it outward. On the opposite end, select a corner edit point and drag it inward. Play around with the edit points until you like how it looks.
I didn't like how the stars looked warped so I trimmed them off. I replaced them with other stars from an ephemera pack. I edged the word with a black marker. This helps it pop as well as gives it a grungy feel.
I love how this turned out.
Check out my YouTube process video for a tutorial on warping an object.
Here are the cut files I used today ...
Thanks so much for stopping by.
SWEET GIRL | Nathalie DeSousa March 18, 2019 07:00
Nathalie with you today with a new sweet and darling project that uses a few of the JustNick Studio cut files to start a new scrapbook album for a new member of our family.
One of the perks of cut files is that you can mix and match them to create a cut file that is truly one-of-a-kind, so it's the case of the large heart in the background of this page.
To create the large background heart, i used the outline of one of the Patterned Hearts cut file and welded to the Pretty Paisley Floral Background ( i copy a few of this together so that they could fill the heart shape before welding them together). While this cut in my Cameo, i added a bit of mixed media to the background -Vicki Boutin Art Crayons and Prima Pastel Metallic watercolors-
I backed the heart with vellum and some foam adhesive, and set it on top of the mixed media. Then added the picture of my new baby cousin/goddaughter with a few embellishments all from Echo Park's Welcome Baby Girl collection around it.
To create the title for this page, i used the Girl Power cut file, and set the words, "Sweet" and "Girl" 3 times from white cardstock. I glued the die cuts together -so that they resembled chipboard diecuts- and added a coat of shimmer watercolor to each of them. A bit of foam adhesive and glue keeps them in place.
I love how easy this came together by creating my own one-of-a-kind background using the beautiful Just Nick Studio cut files. All the cut files in the store are just the starting point for a new project, so make sure to check all the new designs arriving weekly. AS always let me know if you have questions on how this came together.
Bloom | Niki Rowland March 14, 2019 07:00
I cut them in different sizes too and then stuck them to my white background with foam pads. I actually backed the circles with white, so that I could overlap them without the other flowers showing through the gaps.
Love out loud - Johanna Valayer March 6, 2019 07:00
You Have My Whole Entire Heart | Majken Pullin February 25, 2019 07:00
Hello cut file crafters! Majken here with you today, and I'm sharing another love-themed project with you using some fabulous new cut files. I created my previous layout in blues, but today I'm switching back to the more traditional love color: pinks! And I'm using Heidi Swapp's Hawthorne collection because I have all the heart eyes for ombre paper! Who's with me??
I cut my title first using textured white cardstock, sizing the "HEART" to go the length of my layout. I cut the smaller title words using pink paper, but I felt it "melted" into the page, so I cut it again using white cardstock to shadow the pink and help it pop off the page.
Instead of using the inside for the "A" and the "R", I cut a bunch of Hearts 4 out in various sizes and replaced those areas.
I also cut several of the Candy Hearts 2 using white cardstock and matted them with various matching papers so the words would show through nicely. And I matted my photo, tucking a couple of the hearts around it and using a third one in the top left corner.
A few added embellishments....and voila!
Now it's your turn! Go grab these and other love-ly cut files from the JustNick store so you can celebrate your love.
Have a great day!
Winter Wonderland | Marcia Dehn-Nix February 22, 2019 07:00
Hello JustNick Studio friends!
Marcia here today from snowy Minnesota where we are still digging out from our latest snowstorm... and getting ready for another 4"-8" over the weekend. How fitting that my layout today is a winter one. I really wanted to get this family photo scrapped before spring settled in and we were all sick of winter. (Ok... some of us are already sick of winter!) Check out my layout anyway ...
I used the Snowflake Cluster cut file to ground my photo. The white snowflakes make quite an impact against the dark background.
I wanted to scatter a few more snowflakes onto my page and discovered the Snowflakes 2 cut file has some of the same snowflakes! I cut them out twice, once with white cardstock, then again with vellum. The vellum snowflakes soften my page a bit and I could add a layer of snowflakes over my photo as well.
Along the right side of my layout I arranged a variety of papers and vellum with lots of curvy edges. I wanted you to think blowing snow when you saw it. Here I layered some of the white and vellum snowflakes to create this beauty!
I love how this turned out ... maybe more so because my favorite people are in this photo.
Here are the cut files I used today ...
Thanks so much for stopping by today. If it's snowing where you live, get outside and snap a few photos! There are plenty of winter cut files in the store that are perfect for documenting them.
Heart - Leslie Berner February 20, 2019 07:00
Hi scrappy friends! It's Leslie on the blog today. I used the cut file called My Heart.
I only use the word "Heart" and copied it unto my page 5 times, staggering them and then welding them together. This is what it looked like in my software.I used plain white smooth card stock.
I decided I wanted to do some backing. and backed three of the "Heart" words with patterned paper from the Paige Evans Whimsical collection. I backed the first, third and fifth word.
The rest went pretty quickly, I fussy cut one of the big floral clusters from one of the other patterned papers from the collections and nestled my photo between the cut file and the floral cluster.
Next, I scattered some of the enamel shapes around the layout and added some small chipboard pieces that fit into the little open spaces. Lastly I splattered some black Heidi Swapp color shine in the top right hand corner and added a roughly drawn border around the edge of the layout.
Here are some close ups.
Here is the final layout...
If you are interested in watching the Process Video for this layout here is a link to my channel, Leslie Berner.
Sweetheart | Marcia Dehn-Nix February 12, 2019 07:00
Hello JustNick Studio friends!
Marcia here today to share my LOVE layout inspiration with you. There are lots of awesome new cut files in the store and I could not wait to use them ... especially this Candy Heart Background. How cute is that! Perfect for scrapping your Valentine's Day pics. My mixed media background sets those hearts off nicely.
I love creating layers of papers and embellishments on my layouts. I actually used 5 cut files here! Here is a closer look at those fabulous hearts. Can you see the other cut files?
I placed one of the Dainty Doilies behind my photo. Isn't it gorgeous! Doilies are so great for layering! They add a nice feminine touch.
In the lower right hand corner I chose the scripty word 'Sweetheart' from the Love List digital cut file for my layout title. This cut file has lots of title options for your Love layouts. You could even mix and match these words with another cut file to create a totally new title option.
Here are the digital cut files I used today...
Thanks so much for stopping by today. I hope you all have an amazing Valentine's Day.
Love of my life | Monique Liedtke February 7, 2019 07:00
Hello JustNick fans! I can't believe it's February already! Only one more week and it's Valentine's Day! To be honest, at our home we don't really "celebrate" this day. My husband thinks Valentine's Day is too "commercial" and says he'd rather buy me flowers or chocolate on a "normal" day, rather than being forced to buy me something on February 14th. I, on the other hand, wouldn't mind getting something, like flowers, on the 14th, lol! But whether or not he buys me flowers, I love him to pieces! I also love all the Valentine's scrapbook collections and can't resist buying them. So for today's blogpost I thought I would use one of them. For this layout I used Doodlebug's "French Kiss" collection, combined with the beautiful cut file from the JustNick store "Free Love".
And this is the cut file I used: Free Love
Isn't this cut file just perfect?! I love these open letters, where you can add your own patterned papers behind them! I used the 6"x 6" paper pad as I think the smaller patterns look better in a word of this size. Here are a few close-ups:
To color the white background I used both a brush with stamping ink and some spray mist. I'm trying to do something else than using pure white cardstock backgrounds. I think I like it, it's a bit more colorful.
So, if you're looking for more "love" cut files to create your own Valentine's scrapbook page, then make sure to check out the JustNick store! There are so many beautiful cut files you can use!
Thank you so much for stopping by to take a look! Wishing you a wonderful Valentine's Day with your loved one(s)!
Remember Today | Majken Pullin January 18, 2019 07:00
Hello JustNick friends! Majken here with you today, and I experimented with Distress Oxide inks and one of the new background cut files released last week to create a pretty and colorful layout background to celebrate friends. Take a peek!
After creating a blended ink background and splattering with sprinkles of water, I let it dry completely, and then ran it through my Minc machine to help get it back to a flat paper so I could cut it.
I then cut out the new Pretty Paisley Floral Background from the inked background...it's just gorgeous!
Because of the detail on the background cut file, I kept the rest of the layout fairly simple. I created the title using the Everyday Words Background cut file. I cut three times to layer the letters together with glue so it would create a thicker title that would show nicely.
I also opted to back my photo with Doily 2, which is backed with blue patterned paper from Pink Paislee "Whimsical". You can see it peeking out.
And here are a couple more closeups of the Pretty Paisley Floral Background, which I sprinkled with a few star sequins (from Little Things by Lucy's Cards) and added a few puffy stickers, also from Pink Paislee "Whimsical".
Thank you so much for joining me today on the JustNick blog - go grab the cutfiles I shared with you today (or combine your own!) and get crafty. New designs are released weekly, so check back often. :)
Enjoy your weekend!!
Berlin's The Kiss | Marcia Dehn-Nix January 17, 2019 07:00
Hello JustNick Studio friends!
Marcia here today. After the Holidays, I tried to do some de-stashing in my craft room and got distracted when I found what was left of my Simple Stories Urban Traveler collection. It was just what I needed for scrapping my Berlin photos, so I figured if I scrapped a layout, I would have less stash to go through. Makes perfect sense, right. Scrapping is way more fun than de-stashing anyway. Here is what I came up with ....
I wanted to create a more grungy background, so I cut the Missing Mesh Background and used it as a stencil with some distress ink. Inking the edges of my pattern papers also gave my layout a more grungy appearance.
To frame my photo and computer journaling I altered the Noted File Folder. I wanted it to be longer. This was easy to do. First I duplicated the folder. Then I just moved it below the first one and welded it together.
Here are the digital cut files I used today.
Thanks so much for stopping by. Hope you have a great week!
Life 2019 | Rachel Lowe January 14, 2019 07:00
Hey Justnick friends, Rachel here. A Happy New Year to you all. For my first layout of 2019 I have used the theme of goals and musings for 2019.
I have used these two cut files on this layout. I have My Minds Eye Well Hello collection.
Firstly I created my title cutting a large 'Life' and adding 2019. I then cut two circle Infinity Hearts.
I then chose two super cute die cuts from the collection (how could you resist that bird and Llama), adhering either side of the LIFE cut file and then adding the circle Infinity Hearts over them.
I cut two paper pieces, one slightly larger than the other and added my photo onto the slightly angled photo mat. I added a white bow to finish off my photo feature.
I added a row of machine stitching over the circle die cuts SWEET.
I then chose quotes and word sentiments that were relevant to what I want 2019 to be about it. I used some roller stamps from my stash, one from Simple Stories and the other Amy Tangerine.
To finish off I added a splatter of black paint and clear and white gloss drops on the Llama, bird, hearts of the Infinity Hearts. Thank you for stopping by today and see you again soon.
Life Goals | Majken Pullin January 10, 2019 07:00
Hello, hello crafty friends! Majken with you today, and we are sharing layouts that are either about us or goals for the year. One thing I find it easy to do during the holidays is make plans, so I focused on goals -- I already have a scrapbooking get-together with friends on my calendar for later this month, and that just makes me happy! :)
For today's layout, I've used three cut files: Floral Swag 3, Life, and Outline Alpha, along with the luscious Whimsical collection by Paige Evans and Pink Paislee. Here is the full layout. The ombre purple was a "must-use" for me since that is my favorite color.
I started with a 3" border on the bottom using the patterned paper, and then trimmed the ombre paper to fill in the remaining 9". I cut out the "GOALS" twice using my Cameo - once using white textured cardstock and the second time using patterned paper. I can use the leftovers for a different project this way!
Next, I cut the thick "life" from the remaining ombre paper I had leftover and the magenta patterned paper. I originally just had the light purple, but I felt it needed some contrast.
To mat my photo, I used some patterned paper, some patterned vellum, and Floral Swag 3. I love tucking ephemera and stickers among floral cut files!
And I printed out five goals that I want to concentrate on for the new year, and cut each strip to adhere to the patterned paper border on the bottom.
Here are the cut files I used on my project again:
If you have some goals for the new year, I encourage you to document them to help visualize them into reality. You could do a layout, a mini album, a travelers notebook - really whatever makes the most sense for you! Grab yourself some of the JustNick cut files for your project, too. You won't be disappointed!
Thank you so much for stopping by the JustNick blog today. See you next time!
Nurture | Marcia Dehn-Nix January 8, 2019 07:00 1 Comment
Hello JustNick Studio friends!
Marcia here today with my first layout of 2019! This week we are focusing on layouts about ourselves, or about our 2019 goals. Well lucky for you, my niece took some family photos for us just before Christmas because my selfie skills are severely lacking. I had to crop my hubby out of this photo so it was just me,lol.
I don't do One Little Word, but I like to see the words other people pick and why. It gets me thinking about what I should try to improve upon in the upcoming year. I chose NURTURE. When you nurture something, it thrives. I spend a lot of time taking care of the people around me that sometimes I don't take care of me. My exercise gets overlooked if I need to find some extra minutes in my day. I am sure many of you can commiserate. But I also want to nurture my relationships. It's important to spend quality time not only with my husband, but my aging parents as well (especially my Dad with dementia). So here is my layout that I created with the Maggie Holmes Flourish collection and awesome digital cut files from JustNick Studios.
I love to create texture and interest on my backgrounds using a white pattern on a white background. It's subtle,not too overpowering. I used the Tin Tile Background on here. It's a beautiful backdrop for my title created with the Outline Alphas.
This Stem digital cut file is one I use over and over again. I love how delicate it is and it's perfect for layering in your embellishment clusters like I did here.
Here are the digital cut files I used today...
Do you have a word for 2019 that you've chosen? I would love to hear what it is. Thanks so much for stopping by today.
Sweetheart | Majken Pullin December 28, 2018 07:00
Hello JustNick fans! Majken here with you today. I hope everyone had a fun holiday with family, friends and love. I'm enjoying another week off and plan to do a lot more crafting! And today I'm sharing a layout using the Floral Ring 3 cut file. I paired it with a paper collection with a soft color palette and used black and white photos. I think they all go together beautifully to help us get in the mood for spring (I know, I know...a little early but I can't help it!).
I started with a full sheet of the gorgeous polka dot paper as my background, and I cut the Floral Ring 3 from white textured cardstock. Here's the full project.
If you've seen my projects here, you know one of my favorite things to do is back cut files with patterned paper and then tuck ephemera among the pretty cut file pieces, and this layout is no exception. I used more flowers, some leaves, and some butterflies. Here are a few close-ups.
I included some enamel dots for flower centers, too.
I love how the cut file has some open pieces that you can back or leave open, plus some solid areas, too.
Have you used any of the JustNick Floral Rings? Go grab one or several today!
Thanks so much for stopping by today! I'll see you in the new year.
Joy Joy Joy | Marcia Dehn-Nix December 20, 2018 07:00
Hello JustNick Studio friends!
Marcia here today. One of the things I love about Christmas most now that my kids are adults are their homecomings around the holidays... and not just Christmas. Homecomings can occur any time during the year and I think they are always joyous occasions! So I thought I would scrap one of those homecomings using the Joyful title to show you it can be used all year around.
I cut the Joyful title out twice to make my title more interesting. I trimmed out the pieces I wanted by hand and layered them in some cases using pop dots to add dimension.
I also used pieces of the Star Background 2. I hate throwing scraps of paper away. When you cut out this digital cut file, you could use both the positive and the negative pieces! Because the Joyful title had stars, I dug out these stars I had cut previously. The color was a good match with the pattern paper. You can't go wrong with stars ... they are perfect for guy layouts when you don't want to use flowers.
Here are the digital cut files I used today...
Thanks so much for stopping by. I hope you capture some joyous moments this holiday season! Happy Holidays!
Love This Christmas | Rachel Lowe December 19, 2018 07:00
Hello Justnick friends! With only 6 days until Christmas its all getting very busy but I find having some down time to scrap is just what I need to have a breather.
Today I have a layout all about winter (which is funny as it is summer here in Australia). I have used two cut files on this layout.
Once I had cut the Rustic Floral Frame 2 I added some glitter paste to the leaves and when dry I bent them upwards to create a 3D effect.
I then set about embellishing the rustic frame adding gorgeous woodland animals (which I adhered with foam tape to add height) and sentiment stickers.
I had to add these gorgeous tiny pom poms which added to the 'winter' effect.
I cut my title 'love this' from the word 3 cut files, choosing a light wood grain paper again keep the theme of winter.
I matted my photo in a coordinating green paper with foam tape and added some chipboard phrase sentiments under it.
I added a splatter of light teal colour shine and finished off adding tiny puffy stickers stars and snow flakes in various sizes. I have used Crate Paper Coco and Snow collection.
I would like to take this opportunity to wish you all a wonderful and safe Christmas spent with family and friends. Don't forget to take lots of photos to keep and scrap.
Thank you for stopping by and see you next year!
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