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SO BLESSED | Nathalie DeSousa November 06, 2018 07:00
Nathalie with you today bringing you a new layout that uses a few of the beautiful JustNick Studio cut file designs to document my biggest blessings, my children!
To create the background i copy and welded the Fussy Foliage Background cut file a few times so that it fit the 12x12 format, and then drew an oval to crop it from the center of the page. The background was cut from white cardstock and then, I used Pink Paislee's Auburn Lane collection to back the larger leaves.
Next, to frame the oval center, the oval frame in the Gratitude cut file was copied and welded to form the frame in the page. This was cut from white cardstock, and attached to the page with a bit of foam adhesive.
A few flowers were fussy cut from papers from the collection, and then layered behind the picture. To bring some of the white from the frame and background, i used the the Grateful cut file to cut some of the leaves and layered them between the floral images.
A few small stickers and embellishments from the collection were added in small clusters around the picture. A small title was then added so that the focus remains the picture of my babies.
This layout took less than an hour to put together and I love how it all turned out! Remember to check all the cut files and all the new designs used in this page at the Just Nick Studio store. As always let me know if you have any questions on how this came together.
As Cute As A Button November 24, 2015 07:00
Hi everyone! It's Lee-Anne here and today I am sharing another layout for Just Nick Digital Cut Files using the Bitty Buttons Cut File, the Handcut Letters Cut File and the word "cherish" from the Gratitude Cut File. I thought it was perfect for the title of the layout because this little guy is definitely as cute as a button. My daughter saw this kid when it was only 20 minutes old. He was named Rudy.
For the title of my page, I used the Handcut Letters and created the words "As Cute As A Button". I then duplicated the title and filled the entire page and then cut it out on white card stock with my Silhouette Cameo. To make the bottom line of words stand out more, I took a water brush and my distress ink and painted around each letter. When the paint was dry, I used a brown piece of paper and backed the letters so that they would stand out more and then went ahead and cut out paper buttons and the word "cherish". Finally I matted my photo.
I hope you are inspired to use the cut files in different ways such as a title on the background paper.
Be sure and check out all the cut file designs in the Just Nick Shop. Thanks for stopping by and happy creating!
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November GDT + freebie time! November 20, 2015 07:00 4 Comments
We would like to welcome our guest designer for November, Kristine Davidson.
Kristine Davidson lives on the East Coast of Canada with her husband of 14 years and their two tabby cats Archie and Willie. She works full time as a Customer Sales and Service agent for an airline company and loves to spend her spare time playing with paper. She also loves city skylines, sunsets, and a big bowl of ice cream while she watches reality television!
Kristine has been an avid scrapbooker since 2006 with a complete addiction to pop dots, diecuts and pattern paper. She is the founder of a scrapbook sketch site called Creative Scrappers, and currently a design team member for Bella Blvd, Jillibean Soup and Simple Stories. She is thrilled to be our guest designer this month and looking forward to providing you with some inspiration to create using our cut files.
We sent Kristine a few files that are hitting the store in December and here are some cards she made with them.
I really loved this cut file and wanted to create a layout with it but after i looked at it a bit more i thought a card would be perfect! I sized the background to measure 4"x4" and cut another tree to layer it. Adding a few embellishments such as stickers and enamel dots helped me create this cute card!
Grateful for my Son November 18, 2015 07:00
I have four kids and between the two little boys who are at a cute and very scrappable age and my daughter, my oldest son often gets neglected in layouts. This wasn't always the case but as he's aged, good pictures and topics are less easy to come by. So for this week's topic of gratitude I thought I would focus my layout on him. Christine joining you today with a layout about my wonderful 11 year old son!
I love words and love to incorporate a lot of them onto layouts. I thought the Everyday Words file contained some words that were perfect for showing how grateful I am for him as well as some of the things I think of him. I was also really excited to use the file as a base for my whole layout and slide pictures in accordingly!
In order to get my pictures on there I had to cover up some of the words. I also tried to keep the pictures placed so it was visually pleasing and not too crazy of a design. I backed each of the words with a patterned paper in different fall colors and patterns and then did some outlining with my brown pen.
I also made use of some enamel dots cascading down the page to try and keep the eyes moving downward and reading. JustNick has so many great word files - you can find one to fill the need you have for your current layout and more!
Thankful November 16, 2015 07:00
Hello, everyone! Aurelie here today to share what I've been up to lately with some of the awesome JustNick cut files. This time around, it was all about using neutral tones. I actually began the layout on Remembrance Day/Veterans Day. Being the sombre, yet reflective kind of day it usually is, and loving the Gratitude cut file recently added to the store, I instantly thought of a great pic I had on hand of my parents. Here's my tribute to them:
I cut the word "thankful" twice in two different colours, and stacked them slightly off balance to create a shadowed look. But I couldn't stop there! Ever since being asked to use two or three or four cut files on one project, I've been having a ball combining cut files together. On this particular layout, I also used the very new Leaves and Floral Wreaths cut files. Wreaths, you may ask? Oh, yes! One is there, but in sections creating the stems for the fussy-cut clusters of flowers. Fun! Oh! And cutting the leaves out of two-sided patterned paper, I flipped a few leaves over to create dimension. Want a closer look? Here it is: