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Easter Egg-citement March 29, 2016 07:00

Hello JustNick friends! Marcia here today.

How many of you celebrated Easter this past weekend? I have an Easter layout to share with you. I wanted to give you an idea of how to use some of those photos you took. I chose three different JustNick digital cut files for my layout; the Half Shell Background, the Arrow Set 1, and the Outline Alphas. The pattern paper is from the Simple Stories Life in Color and Carpe Diem collections. Take a look ...

I separated the alpha letters I needed and arranged them in a whimsical manner before welding them together. Once it was welded, I created an outline by using the offset feature. I love the splash of yellow behind the black outline. These Alphas are so versatile! You can create any title you like with them.

And what's not to love about that awesome Half Shell Background? It's perfect for Easter! With so much to love, the "Love This" arrow was another perfect choice...

Could he be any cuter?

Here are those files I used again ...

Be sure to stop by the JustNick Store to check out all the latest digital cut files. Thanks for stopping by today.

Hello Canter Layout January 27, 2016 07:00

Hi there Just Nick fans! Suzanna here today to share with you a layout created using Nicole's amazing digital cut files. These files are so incredibly easy to modify to suit your needs or use "as is", both of which I have done on this page celebrating my daughter's first time cantering a horse. Intentionally.

I used three of the cut files here;

- Arrow Set 1

- Card Sentiments 1 (yay)

- File Folders (noted)

The biggest adjustments that I made to the files are seen on the left hand side of this page, with regards to the arrows. As I wanted sufficient arrows to fill that space moving down the page, I omitted the text from a few of them and cut in various widths. The arrows make for a commentary of what an amazing feat my daughter accomplished.

I like to have my journaling in a nice neat place, tucked away. It just makes the appearance of my layouts look "neater". What better place to house journaling than on a file folder?

Thanks for stopping in today! Be sure to check out all the new files that are uploaded weekly! Soon we will be showing you how to incorporate some of those love-ly files Nicole has created into your Valentine and love crafting.

This is Awesome. October 1, 2015 07:00

Hello, Diana here to share with you a masculine layout.  This is my son who plays Lacrosse.  These pictures were taken during last year's season--I love that I can capture him doing the thing he LOVES.


On my layout  I used 3 different cuts:

Retro Square Background, which I resized, so it's more like rectangles than squares;

Arrow Set 1 in the title work;

All boy for my title and embellishments.

here is a closeup of my personal challenge to use cuts to create a title:

We would really love to see your creations using the JustNick Studio cuts!  Please feel free to share them on our Facebook page, or tag us on Instagram with @justnickstudio.  Thank you for taking the time to visit today!




Cards A Plenty September 24, 2015 07:00 1 Comment

Hello everyone,

Melissa here with two cards that showcase some background cut files. These are so fun to use with cards! I've also included a card sentiment and a fun arrow with a word, that can also be found in the shop.

For these cards, I utilized white cardstock and then inked to make them my own and match with the color scheme of the design.


For this Congrats card, I relied on my comfort zone style, clean and simple. By utilizing the colors and patterns of this paper collection and the business of the background design, there wasn't much I had to do. That's one of the beauties of using background cut files for cards. If you need to whip up something the night before... hmm... I've never had to do that before... cough cough... it is awesome to let the cut file do the work!

That congrats sentiment is a beauty too! I love being able to resize the files however I need them. 

The next card, I still used white cardstock but did some inking! I attempted an ombre look for the background. It shows up nicely, in person, and I hope it shows up enough in this photo.

I think I've said it before with a past project, I just love how a background cut file can add nice texture to the background of a card. What could have been left as white space, looks so much more filled out and pretty with that background.  And how fun to use that word arrow, right??? By adding the letter stickers, it was easy to turn that into a complete sentiment.

I hope you get a chance to grab some of these awesome background cut files and get to creating this week! There is such a great selection in the shop!

Cut files used: Clover Lace Background, Pretty Pattern Background, Arrow Set 1, Card Sentiments 1