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Relax | Becki Adams August 9, 2021 14:51

Hello JustNick friends! Becki here to share a layout with you that I created using the Cool Treats cut file. 


Here in Idaho, USA, we're soaking up the last few days of summer before fall arrives. When I found the cool treats cut file, I knew I had the perfect photo and story to tell to go with these cute little popsicle cut files.

I started by cutting two sets of the cool treats cut file out of white cardstock. 
These popsicles are SO cute!! I backed them with bold patterned papers from the Sunny Days collection by Simple Stories.
After backing the cut files, I adhered them (using foam adhesive on the top and liquid adhesive on the bottom) on both sides of the photo. I clustered three on the left and two on the right. 
Below the photo, I added the title and journaling. This layout was SO fun and SO easy to create! If you haven't purchased and downloaded the Cool Treats cut file, what are you waiting for?!?!? You'll have so much fun documenting all of your summer memories with this fun cut file. 
Happy crafting!!

Homemade Sunshine by Sophie Delorme July 22, 2021 07:00

Hello Just Nick friends!


It’s Sophie on the blog today and I am sharing another cute summery layout !



I used the “Cool Treats” that was just released recently on the shop !



I cut it twice on white cardstock and really made it the main element on my page !


I used a thick white cardstock as my base and played with watercolors to create a mixed media background.


I used a Carta Bella Paper collection named “Summer” for this page. I backed each treat with all sorts of patterned papers from the collection.



I also used velum on top of pink cardstock for the popsicle next to my photo on the left.



I created an ice cream cone with craft cardstock that I embossed with an embossing plate. Looove this effect !



I mounted some of the treats on adhesive foam for more dimension.


I embellished my page with a few floral stickers and created a banner on the top right side of my photo.



Finally, I handwrote my journaling and added many beautiful Pinkfresh Studio Jewels for a bit of sparkle !


Here are more close-ups:









I love the result ! I hope you do too and that my page could inspire you ! A cut file is the best way to get started with a layout, as it dictates so easily the design !


Thanks for stopping by !


Until next time,


Sophie xx



Hello Summer | Nicole Kerr July 15, 2021 07:00

Hello JustNick friends!
Nicole here and today I have a very colorful and "tasty" layout to share with you using the new Cool Treats cut file.
This cutfile has four of the cutest popsicles and ice cream cone ever and I couldn't resist using all four to document some tasty ice cream on vacation!
For my layout, I used Echo Park's Summer Dreams mini kit that had this adorable popsicle paper! I divided it into four sections by stitching a few different colors of thread on my sewing machine in a couple different stitch patterns. This not only provides that visual barrier between each section, but it also helps to flatten down the mixed media that I started with. After adding the gesso and watercolors, paper tends to warp and the stitching helps to flatten it back out a bit. 
Once the four areas were divided, I created each like a mini 6x6 layout, using the top left as my title section and the bottom right as more of embellishment and journaling spot. I used one of the cut files in each of these areas as large embellishments, backed with coordinating papers from the collection.
In the other two areas, I used photos of my boys enjoying their specialty ice cream on the boardwalk! It's one of our favorite night time treats!  In these areas, I used the cut files as embellishments and like a layering piece behind my photos. I also used some puffy stickers and acrylics from Elle's Studio and tangled thread from my stash to help embellish those areas.
These "cool treats" are super cute and add the perfect touch to any summer, sweet treat spread! Thanks for taking the time today to stop by and see how I used them! Please tag us on IG or Facebook showing how you used them on your next project!