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Hey girl - Johanna Valayer July 27, 2018 07:00

Hello everybody,
I am back today for a new layout, this time it will be a traveller's notebook layout ! I am totally in love with this format, even more since I have discovered the ring version. To document that yummy waffle plenty of fruits and ice-cream, I have decided to use the "Funky rectangles background" cut file. I love using background cut file because I think that it directly gives something to the layout ! What do you think ? 
 In order to make this layout I first sized the cut file for my TN by cutting 2 columns of rectangles. I Backed it with a colorful paper, I love the result with all the rectangles and this is why I just added 2 die cuts words in the center to not cover it entirely. 
Then, I made 2 clusters of embellishments around my photo. I used die cuts and faux-leathers embellishments to add a bit of texture. I also attached one of the die cut to the photo, I love making that ! Finally I add some glittery pink splatters and a little stamp and that's it ! 
If you want to try this amazing cut file out, you can directly click on it : 


I hope that you have enjoyed this layout, and thank you for stopping by xx


Zoo Day | Michelle Whorwood August 8, 2016 07:00

Hi everyone, Michelle here with a new layout to share with you featuring a background cut file called 'Funky Rectangles'.  

I really wanted to showcase how easy it is to create lots of texture on your layouts with cut files.  Therefore, I kept my colour palette really simple and created my layout with no patterned paper.   I love the tone on tone look with the white cardstock cut file on the white cardstock background.  I think it works really well with my black and white photos which were also really busy in colour. 

Some close ups:

Thanks so much for stopping by the blog today - I hope I have inspired you to create some textural layouts with your cut files.

Meet our March GDT + freebie time! March 18, 2016 07:00 3 Comments

Welcome back to the blog! Help me welcome our super talented Guest Designer - Melissa Mann for this month!

Melissa has always had a love for papers and stickers. As a child, she collected piles and piles of Lisa Frank stickers and stationery. The infatuation hasn’t changed much these days! She found her start in scrapbooking in 2005 when she and her husband made a move from Maryland to Florida. The hobby quickly took over their spare bedroom and these days she is honored to design for Lawn Fawn, Elle’s Studio, and Citrus Twist Kits. Her projects have been published in Cards, Create, and Scrapbook Trends magazines. Melissa lives in the beautiful panhandle of Florida along the Gulf of Mexico. Her day job consists of working for Escambia County as a Tax Agent. She is married to a great guy named Troy and they have one dog and a cat. She loves music, cooking, photography, and reading. Criminal Minds, Law & Order, NCIS, and The Walking Dead are just a few of the TV shows she enjoys.

Melissa chose some files from our store to use on her projects and check out what she created!

Here is what Melissa had to say about her project:

This was a background cut file that I fell in love with in the shop! I'm a sucker for background cut files and this one immediately jumped out at me! I went ahead and backed the entire thing with one pattern paper. I chose this look because I knew I wanted to stack and layer a bunch of different pattern papers in the middle of it and layer my photo on top. I decided to only stitch down vertically on this cut file and did between each column of rectangles. I typed my journaling on a bunch of smaller labels and layered them down the left hand side of my photo. I cut out the word "REMEMBER" and layered that at the bottom of the picture and stitched it down. 

Cut files used:

We also sent Melissa our Stone Lace background and check out the amazing page she created with it!

Melissa had this to say about this project:

I LOVED the funky circles of this background file! I cut the file out on white card stock. Once it was cut out, I knew I wanted to back it against the Kraft card stock, but I also decided to back some of the circles with various pattern papers. I picked some muted greens/yellows/blues to go along with my pictures from the mountains of North Carolina. Once I backed some of the circles, I randomly stitched the card stock down with my sewing machine. I layered my photos, embellishments, and journaling on top of the background cut file. I absolutely loved the end result of this layout!

Cut file used:

Stone Lace Background

Thank you so much to Melissa for being our GDT! I just love both her projects, they are so inspiring!

Make sure to check out more of Melissa's work:

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/melissa.m.mann.3

Instagram: @melissamann1981

Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/melissamann/

Blog: http://melissamann.typepad.com/chasing_paper_dreams/


NOW- who wants this one for FREE!??

Simply use the code: STONEFREE at checkout today until March 31, 2016 to get this for FREE!

Thanks so much for joining us today!