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Layering cut files ! January 14, 2020 10:19

Nicole here today to share with you a project using  several of the layer-able cut files in the store. 

I started by cutting the Basketweave 2 background from textured white cardstock and popped it over another piece of white cardstock using foam adhesive. 

 You can see I also layered several of our Build a flower cut files together - cutting them from different patterned papers.

 You can create a ton of dimension easily by curling the ends of each petal and even adding small amounts of foam adhesive between some of the layers. 

Just secure the layers together using a button or brad and it keeps it all together in a pretty manner ! 


I hope you are inspired to add lots of layers to your project using g some of our cut files ! 


Road to Happiness | Rachel Lowe April 16, 2019 07:00

Hey friends, Rachel here and today I have a layout that is all about Spring and flowers!

I have used the new collection by Pink Paislee Paige Evans Horizon.

I have used two cut files on this layout.

I cut the Floral Spring Ring in a dark coloured paper as I wanted my flowers to contrast.

I used white cardstock measuring 10x10 inches.

Using the release compound path technique I dragged out the petals and then cut. I used an piece of 12x12 paper that had a rainbow of colours which when you are cutting numerous flowers is a perfect way to not have to use many papers.

Once I had filled the flowers within the floral ring I set about creating individual flowers using the Build a Flower 4 cut file. To keep my layout bright and with a spring theme I chose bright coloured papers. I created various sizes and made a total of 12 individual flowers.

Once I had assembled them, I started off with the smaller ones and added these to the centres of the spring ring flowers to create a 3D effect. Once I had done this I then arranged my flowers around an in the ring to create a cascade effect of spring flowers.

I then added my photo and embellished around it. I matted my layout on a bright multi coloured paper, which against the white is a wonderful contrast. 

I love how this turned out and it says happy to me!

Building a flower is a great way to add flowers where you get to choose the sizes, and they really are not time consuming.

Thank you for stopping by and have a wonderful week.