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Happy Halloween Eeeeek! November 02, 2016 07:00
Hello Just Nick fans! It's Lee-Anne here today bringing you a Halloween layout of these two cuties.
The spider web was added to the background to give the layout some more interest and texture and of course to make it more spooky.
For the three pumpkins on the bottom of my layout, I went ahead and sized them in Silhouette Studio in three different sizes and added the eyes, noses, and mouths to each before cutting them out with my Silhouette Cameo on orange patterned paper. To make them pop even more, I backed each pumpkin with black cardstock.
I hope you enjoyed my layout. Be sure and check all the amazing designs in the Just Nick shop. Thanks for stopping by!
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She's A Hoot! October 29, 2016 07:00
Hey everybody, it's Cathy and I'm back with another layout! This time I'm focusing on Halloween, and I don't know about any of you, but sometimes traditional Halloween icons and colours don't really match what I'm doing. For my daughter's second Halloween she was a cute pink owl. When it came time to scrap the picture I knew I wanted to go in a different direction, but that doesn't mean I can't use an awesome cut file to emphasize my theme! I picked the lovely feather background and cut it from white cardstock. I backed my cutfile with some Pink Paislee Fancy Free paper and then backed the entire thing on some polka dot paper. Since I had such a busy background I decided to keep my layering and embellishing to a minimum. I used a white doily behind the pictures to add a little bit of visual interest and I splatters some bright pink colour shine to top it off! I love the simple sweetness of this layout, the femininity and softness of it compliments the photos perfectly, and the feather background creates such an interesting look. So remember, when you're scrapping your Halloween photos don't just stop at the Halloween cutfiles, there are lots that you can easily work into whatever theme you are going with!
Trick or Treat | Tarrah McLean October 24, 2016 07:00
Hi Just Nick fans!
It's Tarrah joining you and today I am sharing my very first Halloween themed layout for this year!
Obviously I had to use photos from last years Halloween, we don't actually really celebrate Halloween in Australia but my son's love dressing up and joining in on the Trick or Treat fun! Luckily because it is getting popular over here now, the shops are starting to carry costumes and things to decorate your home with!
I just HAD to use this amazing Spider Web background when I saw that Nicole had designed it, I was busting to create a layout using it!
I used lots of bits and pieces of Halloween themed craft things that I have had for some time now...there is a bit of Crate Paper After Dark and some pieces from a really old brand called Little Yellow Bicycle!
I used the Trick or Treat from the 31 cut file set for my title and I love how it turned out cut on orange cardstock!
Last Halloween I had a zombie and a skeleton! How cute are they?!! I also added some Halloween wood veneer bits that I have had for a few years!
I love how the chipboard spider fits in the corner of the letter 'R'....it was the perfect spot for him to go!
Thanks so much for joining me on the Just Nick blog today! I hope I have inspired you to get your Halloween crafting started!
Happy creating and Happy Halloween!
Too Cute to Spook October 21, 2015 07:00
Using lots of cut files on a layout doesn't have to be scary or complicated and we hope you are seeing that this week! And today I am going to share a not so scary Halloween layout that uses four different files from the Just Nick Store.
I started off using one of my favorite files the Brick Circle Background. In this case I used it as a way to pull in some extra color and texture to my background. That extra orange really helps my pictures pop off the page!
The Handcut Letters 2 are so unique and kind of fit with my "tiger" title because of the stripe! The bats come from the brand new Spooky Stuff file. I folded their wings up to give them some added dimension.
The Doodle Frames were perfect for mounting over my pictures and adding another pop of color. He certainly is Too Cute to Spook and I think he will be just that again this year! Have fun experimenting with multiple cut files - you never know how great they can look until you give it a try!