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Family Are Better Together May 06, 2017 14:00
Hello friends! Happy National Scrapbook Day. It's design team member Lee-Anne here sharing a layout I created combining two Just Nick cut files to make an entirely new design.
In Silhouette Studio, the software for Silhouette Cameo, I ungrouped or released the compound path and traced one of the heart designs (the top right heart) of the Basic Hearts cut file and enlarged it. I also traced the Borders 1 cut file, replicated it three times, one below the other, widened it slightly and placed it on top of the heart shape, grouped it and clicked "merge". This creates a heart shaped outline with the Borders 1 cut file filling the inside of the heart shape. I grouped the two design together and clicked "crop". This puts the two designs together. I cut it out on my Silhouette Cameo on white card stock and backed it with patterned papers.
With several colors of embroidery floss, I decided to hand stitch some plus signs for texture around the layout and around the heart I hand stitched and alternated colors that coordinated with the papers.
Combining cut files into one cut file is a fun technique and you can get very creative. I encourage you to give this a try with any two cut files in the store.
Thanks for stopping by and happy scrapping!
Cut files I used on my layout:
You can grab the Borders 1 cut file for FREE using the code: BORDERFREE at checkout now, until midnight CST May 7, 2017 only!
remember. November 12, 2015 07:00
hello, Diana here. I love the word Remember--it's powerful. When helping people to remember something, I don't use the phrase "don't forget" I say "please remember". We usually when receiving instructions here the last word someone says and apply it.
I loved using the Remember word from the Remember cut file. I went to town on adding more embellishments with feather cuts from the Sweater Weather file; hearts from the Basic Hearts cut file; a doilies from the Doilies cut file, and finally a simple border under the picture with the Simple Scallop file.
The story behind this picture is it is the last one we took formally 6 years ago! I know SO sad, this year we are going to do it again! This opportunity was very fun with one of our favorite people as the photographer.
We would LOVE to see your creations using the JustNick Studio cut files. Please feel free to tag us on Instagram with @justnickstudio or share them on our Facebook page HERE.
Love This Moment September 03, 2015 07:00
I love the fact that the JustNick cut files are so versatile. If you are anything like me, creating summer themed projects in the middle of winter and winter projects in the middle of summer...is how I roll. I don't like to be restricted and I like to creating whatever theme I feel like doing at anytime of the year. That's why I love the JustNick cut files...I can use them year round and make them work for any project. Guiseppa here with you today and I have an adorable layout featuring my beautiful daughter and our cute Rango, the Maltese.
For my title I used the Scripty Phrase cut file. I love this cut file and I know that I can use it for many more projects.
I hope you have enjoyed my project and if you haven't played with the JustNick cut files...what are you waiting for? Hop on over to the JustNick Store and try them out. New cut files are uploaded every week! Until next time...happy crafting!
1984 Smile August 13, 2015 07:00
Hello, everyone! Aurelie here today to share the most recent layout I've created using some of Nicole Nowosad's fabulous JustNick cut files. And yes, this time around I've incorporated not one, not two, but THREE of her awesome cut files on one design. With any further adieu, here it is:
Can you see the cut files in action? Look a little closer... Closer... ;) Yes, that's right! I used the Basic Hearts, Ink Splats, and Simple Scallop Strips files. Basic Hearts? Yes, I promise, one of them is there... cut in that wood grain patterned paper, I opted to hide the "heart" form per say behind my layered photo cluster and use it as a funky background piece instead. Totally created the retro feel I was looking for - yes, that's me on that photo, way back in 1984 when I lost my first tooth! The Ink Splats were cut from the crossword grid patterned paper and the scallops from that blue metallic paper - which is a flopportunity at its best - I didn't cut the scalloped border using the right setting, but ended up loving it anyway when it created a neat score line through the cut. Wanna see up close? Ta-da!
Keep on tuning in to see what the other members of JustNick's design team come up with! And have a peek in the JustNick store - Nicole is rocking it with awesome new files uploaded to the store on a weekly basis. The possibilities are endless and it adds a touch of whatever you need to any scrappy project.