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Love you | Zsoka Marko September 26, 2017 07:00

Hi there scrappy friends,

Zsoka here with you today with a new layout.

I chose the Graphic Background cut file for this. I have used this cut file before, but not in a long time, so I thought why not use it again?

I went with white card stock again, like most of the time... I picked the wonderful Cocoa Vanilla Wild at Heart collection for this layout. I love this navy floral paper and I thought the white cut file looks great on it. I stitched down each part of the cut file with navy thread to add some interest.

I placed my photo a bit off center, to the right, and layered a few pieces of die cuts, chipboard frame and tissue paper behind it. 

Then I started embellishing. I wanted to keep all embellishments around the photo so that most of the background is still visible.  I added lots of die cut flowers; some of them I glued down with liquid glue, others I popped up with foam adhesive to create dimension. I really love dimension on my layouts! I also used flair buttons, stickers, chipboard pieces and some resin flowers from one of the earlier Cocoa Vanilla collections. I think those are my favorites, so cute right?
I know the title is not very original, but I love the way these big chipboard letters look and well this title does fit my photo so why not? With the amount of layouts I make it's hard to come up with creative titles, especially ones that are short (because I prefer them short). So I end up with a lot of Sweet, Cute, Love, Awesome etc titles I'm afraid, especially if the photo just captures a candid moment, not any special event.

Other than the stitching, which took a bit of time, this layout came together very quickly, which is unusual for me! I really like how it turned out, I hope you do too!
Thanks for stopping by today! Until next time,
X


The Beginning. September 10, 2015 07:00

Diana here and I wanted to share about my back to school page, The Beginning (as in the beginning of the school year).  I have a confession, I LOVE background cuts!  I think that is my weakness.

The particular cut I used is the Geometric Background:

 

I wanted to challenge myself in a couple of ways.  First I wanted to resize the cut to 8 1/2" x 11"--super easy to resize that in my silhouette software.  The second challenge was that I wanted to use several different pieces of pattern paper to back my cut.  I started with a solid sheet of cardstock to give my creations some stability.  I then used the pieces that were cut from the background as templates.  I made sure that the pattern paper was "facing" up.  So that it was not backwards.  I then traces and cut just larger than the trace mark so that there was an edge to glue on the backside of my cut out.  After I cut each piece I glued it right to the back of my paper so I wouldn't lose it.  The papers I selected were from a 6 x 6 paper pad, and I really didn't plan where they were going to go I just went with the flow. I really like the affect!

Here are some close ups:

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Meet Lee-Anne Thornton June 03, 2015 07:00 4 Comments

Meet Lee-Anne Thornton!

I am married to my best friend Rick and have three great kids, a son who is 15, a daughter 28 that is married and a son 30 that is married.  Both of my married children live about 200 miles away.  While my 15 year old son is at school, I love to scrapbook in my studio.

I began my wonderful scrapbooking journey in 2001 and it's been quite the ride! In the past 3 years, I have been honored to be published in several scrapbooking magazines including Canadian Scrapbooker Magazine and Scrapbook And Cards Today and have served on a variety of design teams.  

My other passions besides scrapbooking are cooking, baking, photography, flowers, animals and going to the mountains near where I live. I am very excited to be asked to join the first ever Just Nick Design Team and to put my much loved Silhouette Cameo to work!

Here is a sample of Lee-Anne's work using one of our cut files:

  

 

You can see more of Lee-Anne's work here: 

My Blog:  http://lee-annelovethejourney.blogspot.com

Instagram:  www.instagram.com/leeanne_thornton

Pinterest:  www.pinterest.com/scrapnut1961

Twitter:  http://twitter.com/camerababe61

Cut File Used:

Geometric Background