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Spring // Joanna Bandelin June 3, 2020 07:00

Hello friends, I'm Joanna Bandelin and I'm so happy to be here sharing my first project for JustNick! I am a traditional scrapbooker and usually work with 12x12 scrapbook pages, if I'm in the mood I'll work on a pocket page or two. 
Today I'm sharing a sweet Springtime scrapbook page using 2 cut files. I love mixing and matching cut files when I can.


I love the beautiful Floral Butterfly and I knew I had to use it with this photo of my daughter smelling our lilacs.

To start my page, I did some messy ink splatters on the background with a soft pink and gold. Then I dug out a polka dot stencil and some modeling paste to create some texture. 

I chose paper from the Along the Way collection by Jen Hadfield to back the cut file. I thought the blues coordinated well with the lilacs in the photo.

For my title I used the pretty Spring Outline Alpha. I used more blue pattern paper and staggered the letters under the flowers. 

I love the look of the mixed media peeking under the cut files. 

To finish off my page I added a cluster of stickers under the butterfly and a few around my photo.


Thanks for stopping by, have a wonderful day!

Give Yourself to the Gifts | Patricia May 12, 2020 07:00

JustNick Studio, Cut Files, Traveler's Notebook, Floral Butterfly

Hello JustNick Friends!  I have a soft layout to share today inspired by the Floral Butterfly cut file!  I used this cut file for my 6x8 layout, so I sized it down to fit before cutting it.

JustNick Studio, Cut Files, Floral Butterfly

I chose pattern papers with no pattern just color, this gives my butterfly a nice soft look.

JustNick Studio, Cut Files, Traveler's Notebook, Floral Butterfly

I used the same colors from the pattern paper to stamp out my title. Once everything was in place, I fussy cut flowers from pattern papers that coordinated with the papers I used for the butterfly.  Then added the wood veneer leaf under the butterfly.

JustNick Studio, Cut Files, Traveler's Notebook, Floral Butterfly

The fussy cut pattern paper florals and wood veneer leaf adds to the color and builds up that floral side of the butterfly and overall design of the layout.

JustNick Studio, Cut Files, Traveler's Notebook, Floral Butterfly

I wanted to add some journaling, and the vellum pocket matting my photo holds a tag where I typed my journaling.

JustNick Studio, Cut Files, Traveler's Notebook, Floral Butterfly

Thanks so much everyone for stopping by and hope this inspires you in ways to use this gorgeous cut file!!

Floral Butterfly | Kelly Barron April 13, 2020 07:00

Hello friends! It's Kelly and today I have a TN spread to share using the gorgeous new Floral Butterfly cut file. 

After cutting out the cut file I backed the flowers and the butterfly with coordinating papers. Thin pop dots under parts of the cut file help for the file to lay flat against the photo. The butterfly wing does overlap off the page, but it is protected in my album. If it starts to get bent, I have no issue with going back in and trimming it down.

Every now and then I am able to use a project life card as part of my title. I did layer the floral patterned paper underneath to bring continuity from the other side. 


The final touches to this spread were stitching around the patterned paper and the tab. I love the subtle detail that stitching provides. 

Thanks so much for stopping by the blog today. Be sure and check out the Just Nick shop to see the latest cut files. I am sure that you will find something to get your creative juices flowing. Take care and see you soon!