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Focus on me | Valeska Guimaraes September 13, 2021 07:00

Hello JustNick friends,

Valeska here today sharing a new layout with you using one of the released cut files from JustNick Studio.

I used the Shutterbug 2 as the most important part of my layout. I chose papers from Jen Hadfield's Reaching Out collection.

I used 5 different patterned papers in this layout. Four of them to cut out the cameras, I placed them on a white and stitched cardstock. As a base of all of it, I used another patterned paper.

Also I stitched my white cardstock in the center, making a cross and 4 separated spaces on my layout, which used to make different spaces, with cameras and embellishments.

One of the cameras, I made a shaker with lens. I used some 3d foam sticker to give it high and glued acetate on the middle and then the sequins. I really like how it came out.

Every space with the cameras has something special and all of the cut outs were glued with 3d foam sticker.

In the last camera, I took off the lens cut out and placed a photo which was cut with a circle metal die.

I hope you enjoyed this and got inspired to use this cut file and play with these cameras in different sizes and patterned papers. You can also use Shutterbug 1  if you want to use more cameras in your project.

Have a beautiful week and don't forget to see our teams  beautiful projects on Instagram.

See you soon.

Photo Memories | Kelly Barron May 11, 2020 07:00

Hello friends! Today I have a TN spread to share using the super cute camera from the Photo Memories cut file. 

For this particular spread, I wanted to use the cut file as a divider and a place for my journaling. I cut the file on white cardstock and then backed it with bright patterned papers.

To back the cut file I used my silhouette to cut the outline only. Remember that if you do this you need to flip the image to ensure that you cut out the patterned paper correctly. 

I used a digital template to print out my photos and then printed it out as one big photo. To keep the page from looking a bit flat, I added a few puffy stickers to add a little dimension. My goal is to keep the album interesting without making it too bulky.

Thanks so much for stopping by the blog today. I hope that this has inspired you to create!