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Halloween Layout | Yarelys Rodriguez October 29, 2021 07:00
Hey there JustNick friends! Hope you are having a wonderful day! Yarelys here to share with you a new layout! To make this layout I used three cut files and the Story Teller collection from Vicki Boutin.
I started my layout by cutting the cut files. I used white cardstock to cut the Happy Halloween 3 and the Spiderweb 2, and for the Halloween Icons 3, I used one of the papers from the collection.
Once I had cut all the cut files, I painted my background with the Vicki Boutin Art Crayons. Then, I backed the Spiderweb 2 cut file with vellum paper.
Now it’s time to build my layout! I glued the Spiderwebs and the photo on top of them. Then, I added flowers I had fussy cut.
For my title I used the Halloween word from the Happy Halloween 3 cut file. To finish my layout I added the bats from the Halloween Icons 3 cut file, ephemera, stickers and puffy stickers.
I love how this layout turned out! Hope you all like it and get inspired to create beautiful things! Be sure to stop by the JustNick store and check out the new cut files. Thanks for stopping by!
Have a lovely day!
Thankful For You Layout | Yarelys Rodriguez October 14, 2021 07:00
Create Yourself Layout | Yarelys Rodriguez August 21, 2021 07:00
Thankful for Mom | Morgan Langley May 6, 2018 07:00
Hey crafty friends! Today I am sharing a post for mom's week on the Just Nick blog using the "floral frames" cut file!
I love ALL the beautiful floral cut feels in the shop and all of them make great spring layouts! I started by cutting my frames and backing them with patterned papers from the "Turn the Page" collection. I love how much color this adds. I also watercolored my plain white background before adhering the frames with the packaging technique and some splatters! I tried to match the paint to colors in the collection!
Peace | Nathalie DeSousa December 18, 2017 07:00
Nathalie here with a new project filled with Christmas spirit. I just love this time of the year, it seems like my home becomes cozier as we approach Christmas. With that in mind, I created a project all about my baby and his favorite spot during the holidays.
As you can see our baby loves to nap in front or under the Christmas tree! So what better way to document this picture than to create a background filled with Christmas trees.
The Christmas tree background was created using the Fold a Tree cut file and some white cardstock. The cut was sized to about 8.5x11 in and most of the free spaces were backed with papers from the Studio Calico's Northern Light kit.
The cut out was then hand stitched to the background paper. To add more texture and interest to the page, a few stitches were used to secure the folded piece to the mat in some of the background trees.
To frame the picture of our baby, the rectangular frame image from the Infinity Hearts was cut form wood grain white cardstock. A bit of embroidery thread was looped along some of the edges of the frame to add texture to the page.
The title of this page was created using the Script Font cut file. The word "Peace" was welded together, and then cut twice from one of the papers from the Studio Calico's Northern Lights kit. A bit of foam adhesive pops the title from the page.
I love the end result of this page. The non-traditional colors combined with all the cut files and hand stitching complement the picture of our baby peacefully sleeping under the Christmas Tree.
Remember to stop by Just Nick Studio Store to check all the cut files used in this project, and all the new designs being added to the store. If you have questions on how this came together, do not hesitate to contact me.
Have a blessed Christmas!
FALL | Nathalie DeSousa October 10, 2017 07:00
Happy Fall Y'all! and to all our Canadian friends, I hope you had a blessed Thanksgiving weekend.
Nathalie here today with a bit more Fall inspiration. What can I say, it is my most favorite season of the year, there is so much to love about it! This time i pour some of my joy for the season into this layout that documents my kids on last year's Thanksgiving walk.
Fall is all about color, and changes in nature, so what best that to recreate some of those fallen leaves using the Leaf Cluster cut file - one of my favorite cut files from the store -.
For this page, I used two cut outs created from the Leaf Cluster cut file in different sizes. First, I used some Prima Watercolor (Decadent Pies palette) to add quite a bit of color to the background. While it dried, I backed the cut out with papers from Bella Blvd. Gratitude Documented collection. Then just attached the cut outs to the page with some strong adhesive.
For the title of this page, I used the new "I Like Fall" cut file to cut just the word Fall from the design. An offset was all I used to create the stitching of the title. A bit of watercolor completes the look of the title, and makes it pop from the page.
Love how easily this page came together. The colors that back the cut outs bring out the details in the background and in the beautiful cut file design. So stop by the Just Nick store to check the designs used in this page, and all the new designs available. Remember i am just a comment away if you have questions on how this came together.
See you all around!!!
Rad Haircut - Cathy Martin September 16, 2017 07:00
Hey everyone! It's Cathy and I'm back with another layout! This week we are focusing on word and sentiment cut files and I decided to use one cut file that had several words in it so that I could make my own title! I chose the cut file All Boy and cut out several of the words and backed the letters in various patterned papers from my stash as well as some 6 x 6 paper pads! I totally love how cool this layout turned out, and I was able to use up so many paper scraps as well as older embellishments in order to showcase this awesome cut file!
Thank you so much for stopping by to take a look today! Don't forget to check out my YT channel to see how it all came together, and have an awesome day!
Fun Stitched Ink Splats! | Morgan Langley August 24, 2017 07:00
Summer Circle Background Layout! | Morgan Langley July 18, 2017 07:00
Hello friends! It is Morgan here and I am excited to be sharing my layout I created using the "In the deep end background". This file was so easy and fun to work with!
I cut the file on white card stock first and then taking papers from the 6x6 "Oh My Heart" collection I cut small pieces to fit into the squares around each circle as well as the middle piece. I grouped all the pink patterns together, all the greens together, etc. Then I laid out the file on my page and marked where each colored circle was for my splatter paint. I matched the splatter paint with the color of circle that would be on top.
Next I fussy cut the larger flowers from the 12x12 "Oh my Heart" paper pad and layered them behind the circles still matching the colors. I added smaller flowers with bunched thread and sequins into the center of some of the smaller circles.
I cut three photos into circles to fit inside the cut file and love how they flow into the layout. I used my type writer for my journaling about this summer day at my grandparents house in Ohio.
Thank you for reading about my crafty process! I hope you try and incorporate this file into one of your own beautiful creations!
Enjoy The Moment July 9, 2017 07:00
I am grateful to GOD first and foremost for all his blessings, and to Nicole for inviting me to be part of this amazing group of designers. My love for photography and memory keeping introduce me to scrapbooking, and I have been hooked on this craft for many years. I especially love working with cut files, so getting to work and share my projects with Nicole's designs is just a delight.
For my first project, i chose to work a monochromatic design with lots of texture -aka stitching- and a few of the store cut files.
For this layout, i chose the gorgeous Floral Burst Background to create the background for the layout. So I used the cut file to create the large hand stitched flowers in the page. To add more texture and dimension to the page, some string art was used to fill the inside of each petal on the flowers.
It did take some time to complete the designs, but i find hand stitching relaxing!
To create the title of this page, i chose the Enjoy The Moment cut file, and cut it twice from white cardstock. The two cut-outs were glued together, and then attached to the bottom of the page using some foam dots (i love the little shadow under the title!)
The picture of my daughter holding the littlest one (that is how we call the little cousins around here), was framed with some leaf cut outs created from vellum and white cardstock using the Stem cut file. A few pieces stickers, and ephemera pieces from the Rose Quartz collection -Prima Marketing- and Gather collection -Crate Paper- frame the picture.
What can i say? I love this page! It is full of texture, dimension and cut files, not to mention a black and white picture ;)
Don't forget to check the cut files used in this layout in the JustNick store, there are lots of designs available (all beautiful, of course!). I am a comment away if you have questions on how this layout came together, and/or you can always find me on Instagram - @tachita55 - !!
See you all soon!
Thanks Dad! - Cathy Martin June 20, 2017 05:00
Hey everyone, it's Cathy here and I'm back creating a masculine themed layout! Fathers Day was just a few days ago and I was really happy to get some fantastic photos of daddy with the kiddos! I had been in a scrap slump, but after Sunday I had renewed energy to go and get some of those photos on a layout!
One of my favourite types of cutfile in the JustNick shop are the ones that are lots of shapes attached together. They are perfect for backing with patterned paper! I found one that I thought was fun and whimsical and would work well with my idea. I'm a sucker for circular patterns so this one worked out great! Usually I cut them using white card stock, but unfortunately I am completely out! (I know, how does that even happen right?) So I decided to use a light yellow patterned paper. Needless to say after my Silhouette was done cutting I turned the cut file over, and ended up using the other side instead! You can check out my Youtube video to see what I'm talking about and see how my idea evolved!
Have an awesome scrappy day everyone and don't forget to grab a cut file while you're here!